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Malo‘o Products Are The Smart Way To Hold And Dry Outdoor Gear
Solana Beach, California – Just in time for the Holidays, Malo‘o is introducing its new Fish & Game Rack, based off it’s wildly popular DryRack design.
“I was tired of my poles falling over whenever I was setting up my gear for fishing,” said founder Phil Kelly. “Everyone who drives to their favorite fishing spot has experienced the issues with finding a place to hold your rods after you have set them up or where to work on them while trying to set them up. I was using the Malo‘o DryRack for my waders and thought if I added a few parts, we’d have a great solution.”
The Malo‘o portable Fish & Game rack is the perfect accessory for your fishing and hunting trips. The rack hangs over the side mirror or most trucks, vans, and cars and provides a great staging area for your adventure. The F&G Rack can hold both rods & guns vertically with two different sized clips. Rods can also lay across the top of the rack for tying lures, hooks or sinkers. Then, when your day is done, remove the tray and dry your gear.
The Fish & Game Rack measures 21.2 in. wide and 11.95 in. tall and is collapsible, making it compact enough to take from place to place or store in vehicles, leaving more room for gear or people. The Fish & Game Rack weighs only 3 lbs.
“I designed the clips with different sizes so they could accommodate all sizes of rods and even guns. The Tray can be inserted between the bars or behind them and provides a great space for lures, hooks or shells. Best of all, you can still dry your gear, while holding and working on your rods.” Said Phil Kelly
To use the Fish & Game rack, simply place the rack over any vehicle’s mirror and push the large open portion of the clips onto any part of the bars and insert the tray. The rack can hold up to 15 lbs.
The Malo‘o Fish & Game Rack is now available on MalooRack and Amazon for $59.99 and available in black.
An active outdoorsman and recognized industry leader in high technology and e-commerce, Malo‘o Founder Phil Kelly wanted to provide outdoor lovers an easier way to dry and hold their gear while on the move. Before creating Malo‘o, Kelly held positions at Dell and Motorola and is the author of the book “Asia360: The Culture of Building Business in Asia.” To learn more about Malo‘o visit Malooracks.com