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Montauk unveils women's new beach cover-up 'The Cowl Neck'
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Jun '14
Montauk Tackle Company Inc. known for their Performance Sports Wear is extending their apparel offering into the Women's market. The New item “The Cowl Neck” embodies the classic, functional, American design MTC has inspired and is crafted from the same comfortable, breathable, technology enhanced fabrics Montackle Tackle has milled specifically for them.
 
The New hooded Cowl Neck Cover-up gives all the comfort of their classic lightweight fabric. 50+ UPF rated, Moisture Wicking, Stain Release and Anti-microbial technologies. Designed for extreme comfort and sun protection. The Hooded Cowl Neck looks good up or down. Back hemline is designed longer to protect the back of the legs for those long walks along the shore.
 
Montauk Tackle Company Inc. prides itself on the relentless pursuit of quality. “It's the Cover-Up reinvented, hand made with great detail in the stitching giving these a clean finish,” says “Ron Cesark”, President of Montauk Tackle Company, Inc. The women’s Cowl neck Cover-Up will be available in 3 colors, RT27 Navy, Sunset Beach yellow and Light House White. A perfect accessory to women who enjoy the active outdoor lifestyle in the sun. Light–weight, breathable, sun protecting and moisture wicking fabrics lets one feel cool in the sun. Built for performance and comfort, MTC’s fabrics are milled in California and Cut-N-Sewn in The Garment District of New York City.
 
About: 
Montauk Tackle Company, Inc. is a technical performance sports wear apparel company with clean classic functional American design that embodies the active outdoor coastal-living lifestyle. A privately held, family owned company founded in 2007 on Long Island, New York that is committed to resourcing and manufacturing in the U.S.A.
 

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