Hydro-Turf Joins The Watercraft Journal For 2014

It’s a pretty good day when you can wake up and share that one of the industry’s most respected and well known companies has recognized the value in your enterprise. That is why all of us here at The Watercraft Journal are very excited to announce the addition of Hydro-Turf to its growing list of advertisers. Together with HT Moto and HT Premier, the whole Hydro-Turf family has demonstrated a continued commitment to supporting the entirety of the personal watercraft industry, from the top level world-traveling racer to the everyday enthusiast looking to get the most from their PWC, and we’re very honored to be a small part of that.

Hydro-Turf has a long history of providing top quality EVA-based, non-skid soft matting and padding for personal watercraft, as well as boats and paddle boards. In recent years, Hydro-Turf expanded its reach to developing high quality canvas seat covers for PWC, motorcycles, UTVs, sandrails and dune buggies (and much more) through its HT Moto line. Not only has Hydro-Turf become the central provider for aftermarket enthusiasts, but the OEMs themselves, most notably providing Kawasaki and Yamaha with mats for their latest high horsepower machines.

Improving the look of your ski has never been so beneficial, as new Hydro-Turf mats provide added traction, impact resistance, and comfort. Today, Hydro-Turf products are found in and out of the water across the globe, as the brand has become an international name. For you racers, you’ll see Hydro-Turf as the title sponsor for the HT Pro Watercross Tour (which The Watercraft Journal was the first in the world to provide a full recap, results and photo gallery), as well as other regional and national events. Expect to see much, much more from Hydro-Turf here at The Watercraft Journal over the next weeks and months.

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – kevin.shaw@shawgroupmedia.com Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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