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Sattelyte Debuts Canadian Maple Wakeskates

October 6, 2004
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Sattelyte Wakeskates has debuted their first official line this year, featuring boards made of hardrock Canadian maple. “We really wanted to create a product that everybody at all skill levels could enjoy, but was also durable and strong enough for riders to achieve their goals,” says Sattelyte co-owner Emily Pattison. “Our boards are made from Canadian hardrock maple giving Sattelyte riders a consistent, stylish product to enjoy,” adds Garry Munce, co-owner of Sattelyte.

Pattison and Munce are currently working on the 2005 model line, which will include innovative designs such as an urban model, “Mr. Stubbs,” for city use and the Sattelyte Concave. There is a clothing line, which currently carries tees and sweatshirts, but will be expanded to include a ladies’ line for 2005.

All goods can be viewed on the website at sattelyte.com

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The company has also signed Stef Tor as their first pro rider. She is based out of Orlando and has her own model and bio, viewable on the website. Mark Rennie, based in Ontario has signed on as Sattelyte’s first amateur rider. Sattelyte supports both professional and amateur Canadian riders.

If you would like to demo a board, send an email to [email protected]

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