Grundéns launches new line of sportfishing apparel

Grundéns, the Swedish manufacturer of protective clothing for the commercial marine industry, launched a line of sportfishing apparel.
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Grundéns, the Swedish manufacturer of protective clothing for the commercial marine industry, launched a line of sportfishing apparel that combines professional-grade quality with style, new materials and purpose-driven features.

Grundéns’ Sportfishing Collection includes shorts, shirts, jackets and bibs in colors and styles designed for inshore, offshore and freshwater sport anglers.

The line debuted at the Miami International Boat Show in February and is scheduled to be available through retailers and the company’s online store beginning May 1, Grundéns said in a statement.

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