Huk Performance Fishing apparel will be on display at the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition in Charleston, South Carolina, from February 17-19, 2023.
The Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) celebrates the great outdoors through fine art, live entertainment, and special events. It’s where artists, craftsmen, collectors, and sporting enthusiasts come together to enjoy the outdoor lifestyle and connect through a shared passion for wildlife.
Huk, who calls Charleston home, will showcase their Waypoint line, made from recycled plastic bottles. Anglers will appreciate the comfort and feel of the garments while keeping our waters clean. Warm and Cold weather items from the Waypoint collection will be available to purchase on-site.
In addition to showcasing Huk’s latest gear and talking with factory experts, the tent will be filled with interactive activities and local Charleston guides. Casual Crabbing with Tia will be in the booth all weekend, teaching about crabbing in the Lowcountry. Fishing experts from Redfin Charters will be in the booth Friday, offering tips and tactics to help anglers catch more fish. Kayak fishing experts and SCDNR-certified fishing instructors Jason and Jennifer Schall will offer advice on kayak fishing and how to get started fishing in the Charleston area.
Attendees can stop by the Huk tent in the outdoor area of Brittlebank Park and grab a free dog bandana. For more information, visit www.sewe.com and the Huk social media pages at @hukgear.
Marolina Outdoor Inc. was founded to bring deep-seated product expertise across all outdoor categories. Our innovative designs and technologically focused products create the foundation of our authentic outdoor apparel. Huk clothing represents a fresh take and a unique understanding of angling needs, offering functional styles that appeal to anglers of all ages. NOMAD is motivated to provide quality apparel so that hunters can maximize their experiences to hunt and provide sustenance regardless of the size of the game or where their pursuits lead them.
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