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Grundens USA unveils new marine product line

Grundens USA, a name famous for protecting Bering Sea crab fishermen and other professional mariners, launched a new product line for all fishing, boating and outdoor enthusiasts.

This new brand - Gage Technical Gear - offers an extensive line of products developed for everyone from hardcore anglers and expedition sailors to hunters and backwoods explorers.

Gage apparel combines waterproof, lightweight performance fabrics with quality construction and attention to detail. A variety of waterproof jackets, pullovers, bibs and waist pants provide protection against rain, driving spray, wind and cold weather.

"We've developed our Gage Technical Gear collection with affordability as a key component," Grundens USA president Mike Jackson said. "This philosophy can be traced back to our commercial fishing heritage - where reasonable pricing is just as important as quality, performance and durability. Our Gage Technical Gear collection will carry on this same tradition."

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