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Mutiny From The Grave

"Once a tee-shirt and a dream," Mutiny entered the wake boarding industry summer of 1995. In defiance of the water ski industry's version of "wake boarding" Mutiny set a solid foundation for the "free ride" movement. Mutiny did not subscribe to the contest scene or format, nor did it care for paparazzi, Mutiny's founders just loved to ride and wanted to progress themselves and the sport in the right direction, a direction which was true to their roots, Surfing, Skating, and Snow boarding. The "cause" was well received and anticipated around the world. Mutiny pioneered floating/stationary sliders and represented a new attitude and riding style which is now the paradigm for today. After one near fatal broken neck and an unfortunate set of business circumstances Mutiny was forced to close its doors in March of 1999.

After a four-year hiatus, Mutiny is very happy to announce that it is officially back in business, in partnership with SevenSix50 Mfg. In 2003 Mutiny will be offering a full line of wakeskates, clothing, and accessories. Mutiny is still committed to the die-hard free riders who demand top quality at fair prices and we are still made in the U.S.A. Mutiny's mission is to deliver the best boards bar-none. Mutiny is rider owned and operated.

Mutiny would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the riders, shops, friends, and family who have supported us over the years, especially those who stuck with us through the hard times...
Thanks...


... Much Respect and Happy Landings,
Erich Schmaltz


For more information and photos please check out our web site-
www.MutinyWake.com


Contact:
Erich Schmaltz
Mutiny Wake
P.O. box 82476
San Diego. Ca 92138-2476
619.236.8837
Erichmutiny@earthlink.net
www.MutinyWake.com



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