Fish in Comfort and with Confidence

 

 

Fish in Comfort and with Confidence
When You Wear Yamaha Marine Apparel

 

Without realizing it, you’ve probably seen anglers on the lake wearing clothing that’s practical, comfortable and an important apparelelement in their success on the water. Whether it’s a T-shirt, sweatshirt, cap or raingear, when you’re fitted with the right clothing your fishing can only improve … maybe even to the pro level!

It’s pretty obvious that guy in a T-shirt is keeping cool. The guy running the lake in a hooded sweatshirt is probably protecting his ears and neck from the chill of the wind while running from one hotspot to the next. And the guy wearing nylon fishing shirts is probably anticipating the need to quickly dry out after a splash off the lake or a rain shower.  [this says “guy” a lot, can we make it gender neutral?]

If you’re going to wear these styles, too — and you know you will — wear them and make the statement that Yamaha pro fishing apparel Revs Your Heart™ and keeps you comfortable while blazing the lake with the name of your favorite outboard motor company.

From mesh caps and sporty colorful visors to long-sleeved T-shirts, wicking polo shirts, quick-dry collared shirts and pro fishing shirts, pull on your favorite Yamaha pro apparel and tell everyone you Apparel 2care about clothing that helps you fish better. Emblazoned with the Yamaha logo, your clothing also tells the story of your confidence in that Yamaha outboard motor rigged on your boat.

Yamaha’s full line of outboard motors, rigging and propellers gives you the power to choose. From portable utility outboards to the powerful series of In-Line Fours, Yamaha motors get you going — powerfully, economically, reliably and with the best-in-class power-to-weight ratios.

However you spend your day on the water, Yamaha marine apparel confirms you count on Yamaha outboards to get you going.

Yamaha Marine apparel is available through authorized, participating Yamaha Marine dealers. Learn more about Yamaha pro fishing apparel by viewing our catalog. To find a Yamaha Marine dealer near you, visit Yamahaoutboards.com

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