Score a Free Watercraft Superstore Anchor With a Seat Cover and Traction Mat Combo


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Hey, are you a procrastinator? Of course you are. There’s no shame in getting all of your Christmas shopping done at the 24-hour drug store down the street on Christmas Eve, and there’s nothing wrong with cashing in on a sweet 4th of July sale the Monday after the holiday weekend.

Screen Shot 2015-07-05 at 7.27.12 PMRight now (and we mean it, this offer ends at 11:59pm EST tonight), the Watercraft Superstore is offering a smoking deal on an official WCSS-brand anchor with the purchase of a Traction Mat & Seat Cover combo.

Watercraft Superstore’s BlackTup Jetsports line of awesome traction-enhancing seats and mats not only improve the grippiness of your runabout’s seat and footwells, but can radically change the look of your staid and boring stock ski into a customized creation of your own design! Not only does WCSS stock a full line of OE-style replacement kits, but they also offer their Elite traction mats and seat covers. For those looking for the more top-of-the-line materials previously only found with one-off, made-to-order designers, BlackTip’s Elite series are perfect for you!

BlackTip’s Elite traction mats come in a vast array of colors, patterns and designs, that can effectively replicate teak wood decking, diamond plate flooring and many, many more cool and never-before-seen precision-cut patterns. Likewise, BlackTip’s Elite seat covers provide brighter, more complex colors and textures, patterns and details that would otherwise cost you months of waiting and up to double (if not three times) the cost!

And because we hate to wait when there’s new parts to be had, WCSS’ overnight shipping rates start at $24.98! And there’s no reason to put off changing up your PWC’s look – shop online or give ’em a call!

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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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