Malo’o, the Ultimate Mobile Drying Rack for Outdoor Lovers, Launches on Kickstarter

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Malo’o attaches to any vehicle to ensure outdoor gear dries efficiently no matter the location.

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Malo’o is all about helping adventurers enjoy more of what they love to do by giving them a simple and efficient way to dry their gear while they’re on the go.

Malo'o launched their first crowdfunding campaign today on Kickstarter for their Ultimate Drying Rack with a funding goal of $10,000. The mobile drying rack is designed for all outdoor activities from the ocean to the mountains and has the ability to attach to any vehicle.

The Ultimate Drying Rack’s proprietary design hangs from a car’s side mirror, leverages itself on the side of the vehicle and includes padding as to make sure no damage is left behind. The two padded drying bars allow for maximum airflow and also help prevent wetsuits and other gear from stretching out. Also included is a strap to help attach the drying rack to anything such as a tree or lifeguard stand.

“How many times have you tried to dry your wetsuits, towels and outdoor gear only to end up with your car seats soaked and a pile of soggy clothing? Probably too many, and we don’t think anyone deserves that,” said founder Phil Kelly. “Malo’o is all about helping adventurers enjoy more of what they love to do by giving them a simple and efficient way to dry their gear while they’re on the go.”

The drying rack can easily be transferred from vehicle to vehicle and is wide enough to dry wetsuits, beach towels, jackets and other outdoor gear. It also collapses for storage purposes, allowing for more storage space for other outdoor gear such as surfboards, snowboards and more.

Early supporters of Malo’o can receive the product for an introductory price of $29. For more information, visit bit.ly/MalooKS.

About Malo’o
An active outdoorsman and recognized industry leader in high technology and e-commerce, Malo’o Founder Phil Kelly wanted to provide outdoor lovers an easier way to dry their gear while on the move. Before creating Malo’o, Kelly held positions at Dell and Motorola and is the author of the book “Asia360: The Culture of Building Business in Asia.” To learn more about Malo’o visit bit.ly/MalooKS.

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