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January 05, 2018 2 min read

MISSION to Exhibit at 2018 Minneapolis Boat Show

MISSION to showcase innovative boat fender and extra-large lake mat at 2018 Minneapolis Boat Show

MISSION Boat Gear, makers of DELTA Wakeshaper for inboard boats, will be highlighting new products in their 2018 Minneapolis Boat Show exhibition. The newest additions to their family of boating and lake life equipment, the SENTRY Boat Fender and REEF Inflatable Mat 129, will be on display and available for pre-sale at the show.

Frustration-Free Docking

SENTRY Fenders are an innovative bumper solution that quickly attaches to boat cleats and docks. Unlike traditional fenders, they offer protection both above and below the rub rail.

  • No Knots - No ropes, no hassle. An integrated strap easily attaches to boat cleats and docks for super fast installation. 
  • Adjusts Easily - An innovative locking mechanism enables easy positioning on a boat or dock offering protection both above and below the rub rail. 
  • Extra Tough Material - Molded in a cross-linked closed-cell foam that is extremely durable. This patented material doesn’t absorb water or fade from the suns harmful UV rays. It also doesn’t contain nasty chemicals, like vinyl chloride, so it’s more environmentally friendly than traditional fenders.
  • Available in 4 colors that complement your boat.

“With our ongoing commitment to innovation and designing new products to meet the emerging needs of our customers, we are excited to introduce our latest lake life products and preview what’s coming this year at the 2018 Minneapolis Boat Show," said Kris Clover, chief manager for MISSION Boat Gear, LLC.

Upgrade Your Summer

The newest REEF Mat, measuring over 26 feet long, will also be showcased at the exhibit. MISSION REEF Mats, now available in three sizes, change the way you and your friends experience the lake. Unlike floppy foam mats, REEF’s rigid 4 to 6-inch thick construction refuses to submerge, leaving you limitless possibilities on top of the water.

  • Now Three Sizes - Xtra-Large mat 5 x 26”, Large mat 6.5 x 13”, small mat 6 x 8”.
  • Extra Durable - Made of the same material used in naval applications. Premium drop-stitch construction. Double reinforced seams.
  • Super Rigid. Extra Thick – 4 to 6-inch thickness gives maximum stability.
  • Integrated Handles - Four handles for lifting and carrying.
  • Drop Anchor. Tie Off - Integrated stainless-steel D-ring for anchoring.
  • Included Pump - Easily inflate with the double-action hand pump.
  • Stows Small. Easily stows in a rear boat locker with the included storage bag.

To see and learn more about these and other MISSION Boat Gear products, visit booth #48 at Minneapolis Boat Expo 2018.


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