is excited to announce 4 new sponsors for our 4th Annual Fall Paddle Festival on October 19th!
Grass Racks, Quickblade Paddles, Distressed Mullet and
MTI Adventurewear will all take part in making this event the best race
to attend in Florida! Check out their info below and visit their
website! More sponsors mean more awesome prizes and raffles!!!
mission is to create a line of functional AND stylish board racks and
shelving (with more to come in the near future). Using super strong,
beautifully grained and very sustainable bamboo, we're giving board
sport athletes the chance they've needed to organize, save space and
display their boards in a deserving manner.
Paddles since 1989, Quickblade products are the natural evolution of
paddle performance founded on years of competitive racing by Jim
Terrell. Jim's paddling career began in southwest Ohio on the Little
Miami River near his hometown of Milford. The signature feature of all
Quickblade paddles is excellent performance. A quick catch at the
beginning and a clean exit at the end of the stroke prompted the name
Quickblade. Only after determining the ultimate requirements for
performance, was the compromise of strength, durability, lightweight
and cost addressed.
site is dedicated to Stand Up Paddleboarding SUP. From SUP racing, to
stand up surfing, to SUP race training, SUP equipment and technique,
I'll post the latest information. The name "Distressed Mullet" comes
from a fly-fishing guide, Seth Vernon. We were "walking the dog" with
some topwater lures and getting slammed by redfish. I said, "Seth, why
do they go nuts over this red cork-looking thing?" He responded,
"Because it looks like a distressed mullet. Nothing in the world can
resist a distressed mullet."
can kayak, canoe, paddleboard, swim and sail just five minutes from
our office and warehouse in Plympton. As MTI enters its 20th year of
business, we reflect on what a wonderful adventure it has been. From
humble beginnings in the suburban Boston home of the Takashina's to now
having a sales, design, and distribution headquarters in beautiful
Southern Massachusetts and a brand that is sold across North America,
Japan, and Australia, we have grown with the sport of paddlesports. MTI
is still a family owned business, and our focus remains on designing
and building an outstanding range of PFDs for human powered on-water