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RANGER BOATS UPDATES "MY RANGER PRO JERSEY" DESIGN CENTER

Popular Tool Allows Anglers to Design Fishing Jerseys to Match Their Ranger Boat

FLIPPIN, ARK. (February 7, 2013) Back by popular demand, Ranger Boats has re-launched “MyRangerProJersey.com,” an online tool that allows anglers and enthusiasts to custom design fishing jerseys to match the look and feel of their Ranger boat.

The jerseys are the same dye-sublimated, 100-percent poly material garments worn by the world's top professional anglers during tournaments across the globe. These performance-based jerseys offer UV protection, moisture wicking properties and are anti-microbial and breathable. Available in both long and short-sleeve models, the jerseys can be customized with authentic Ranger poly flake and gel coat color options. The utilization of a dye-sublimation process allows Ranger to reproduce these colors with unparalleled accuracy and detail, right down to the trademark Comanche stripe design.

These custom, dye-sublimated jerseys can be designed and ordered on-line at www.myrangerprojersey.com or through links at www.rangerboats.com and www.rangerwear.com. Ideal for men, women and children, the jerseys will start at $89 each plus shipping and handling and are available in sizes up to 4XL. To identify the best size for each person, a sizing chart is included on the site for easy reference. Because each order is custom built to suit discriminating Ranger owners, delivery time for each garment is approximately four weeks.

About Ranger Boats
Headquartered in Flippin, Ark., Ranger Boats is the nation's premier manufacturer of legendary fiberglass and aluminum fishing boats, which include series of bass, multi-species, fish 'n play, water fowl utility and saltwater boats. Founded in 1968 by Forrest L. Wood, Ranger Boats continues its commitment to building the highest-quality, strongest-performing boats on the water. For more information, go to RangerBoats.com.


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