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Native Watercraft's Fresh Accessories for 2011

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Release Date
August 04, 2010
Native Watercraft
6012 High Point Road, Greensboro, North Carolina 27407
(Greensboro, North Carolina) -Native Watercraft is launching a few new accessories for the 2011 season that will add even more comfort and utility to the consumer's favorite personal watercrafts. An innovative seat riser for those who are looking for a higher line of sight without giving up comfort, convenience, or paddling trim is also being made available as an accessory to complement the existing line of seating accessories for the Ultimate series.

A really nifty folding dashboard/console accessory for the Groove system has been developed for the Ultimate and Manta Ray series too. This innovative package adds tremendous utility and convenience in a form factor new to the kayak angling community.

The Versa Board Angler standup paddleboard sports a new accessory option that allows standard sized coolers to be affixed to the board to allow for seating with a higher line of sight and for the convenience of a large cooler for your catch to be iced in or for mega cargo capacity for your favorite beverages. Look out salt flats!

For more information, contact Andy Zimmerman (336) 454-8385
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