Boat Outfitters to Sell Slammer Marine Products

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Boat Outfitters, the retail division of Teak Isle Manufacturing, is now a Slammer Marine online dealer.

Unlike traditional boat-hung fenders that require constant adjustment and stowing when not in use, Slammer’s Integrated Dock Fender is installed directly onto a dock or dock pile. The dock and boat hull are protected by Slammer’s foam core covered in marine-grade PVC fabric.

“Teak Isle is a major supplier of leading OEMs and has an enviable reputation for quality in the marine industry,” Jonathan Hough, Slammer Marine founder and managing partner, said in a statement. “We're very excited to be working with their retail division Boat Outfitters, the go-to outlet for countless boat owners throughout the U.S. and Canada.”

Made in the U.S., Slammer’s fenders install in minutes, and can be removed for seasonal storage.


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