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Polar Sport bought by Clam Corp?!

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So I am getting the ice itch, and I hit the Polar Sport website, and at the bottom, it's all Clam Corp! Anyone have the inside track on what this means for Polar Sport?

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Polar Sport was acquired by the Clam Corp last season... In conjunction with this acquisition, the new X trap series has been born... But, even so, there will still be a whole line up of Polar Sport trailers and tubs available...

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I have seen the new brochure for Clam products that has the new units utilizing the Polar tub. It will be a new frame and cover, a very heavy duty unit.

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I really like the Polar Sport houses except that that big lip on the tub wastes a lot of seat space. Otherwise these are well thought out houses.

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Does anyone have a Clam Corp dealer catalog they could scan some X-Trap photos from and post them? From what I gather, this is the only released source fo info on them right now. Is the X-Trap essentially a Polar Sport flip over? Will they continue to be made in Buffalo?

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It's basically an otter Wilderness sled with rounded poles and a fishtrap canvas. I know Clam's sleeper house (8x8) the floor is made by Otter.

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