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Ride-Tek launches snowmobile clothing line

April 8, 2013
Filed under Features

Ride-Tek has launched an all-new 2014 snowmobile clothing lineup at a price that dealers can sell to any customer with confidence, according to the company.

Ride-Tek’s premium Shredder line for extreme back country and deep woods powder has an outer shell made with Taslan Shield Technology. Ride-Tek’s Taslan Shield is a polyamide innovation formulated for maximum comfort that still retains the waterproof, breathable, tear-resistant features needed in rugged winter adventure wear.

All Ride-Tek jackets can be purchased with one of two zip-out liner choices to further optimize clothing performance, with high-quality gloves and bibs to match.

“I am extremely pleased to offer powersports dealers a winter clothing line that carries very little risk and has great upside potential,” Ride-Tek CEO Michael Killian said. “We’ve all seen that high-priced clothing lines are a hard sell in a winter with poor snow and can become outdated when design trends change, but low-priced clothing lines don’t carry the brand panache or features that new sled buyers want. Ride-Tek is the first snowmobile clothing option that can satisfy new sled buyers as well as today’s snowmobilers who keep their old iron in shape for a precious handful of rides per year. Our cutting-edge Taslan Shield Technology and melded Reissa liners are unbelievably comfortable and perform as well as higher-priced brands in real-world conditions. Just as important, the classic styling themes we’ve chosen will fit with sleds made in the past, as well as those being built today.”

According to Ride-Tek, the Shredder is designed as a solution for extreme back country and deep woods powder. Other products in the lineup include the Ditchbanger, the Cornice and the Epic.

The Shredder is one piece of clothing unveiled by Ride-Tek for the 2014 snowmobile season.

 

 

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