Theo Stein just finished up a four-year stint as the president of the Rocky Mountain Chapter of the North American Versatile Hunting Dog Association. "DECKED is ideal for securely storing and organizing my gear. The elevated deck under my cap keeps my dogs up in the breeze on hot Colorado days, and I no longer have to move stuff from the bed to the cab of my truck or garage every night.”
“We always buy the right tool even if it’s the most expensive. You just do it right the first time. And we break everything. Which is why we put DECKED in our work trucks and our chase truck. It’s one thing we know we don’t have to worry about.”
Trouth has twelve trucks outfitted with DECKED and as owner, Rusty Trouth says, “I wasn’t too sure at first, but that’s what the guys wanted. Turns out it’s become an indispensable part of our vehicle program, we put them in every truck we buy. We love them.”
"This is my mobile office and it’s got to be organized. I approach each day eyes wide open not only because it’s dangerous, but also because my passion is caring for, preserving and advocating for trees."
After relocating to Colorado, he traded his trusty 2WD Colorado in for a real truck, a brand new 4WD version of the same that he can't stop building out. As you might imagine, he's an organizational nut which makes him a 100% certifiable DECKEDhead.
If you check out Alex's van, you can clearly see what dialed in looks like. He’s taken tool and hardware organization to the next level with hisD-Boxes and Kaizen foam. Guys like Alex are the reason we founded DECKED.
“I love animals and a huge part of my job is working with the people who care for animals and that’s the goodness I bring. People working in production agriculture are some of the most resilient, hard-working and skilled workers in America. It’s truly an honor to put my boots on every morning and know that I’m doing a job that helps feed America’s families. If you aren’t looking forward to Monday, you need a new career.”
Antonio's trusty Ford Super Duty carries the tools and materials of his trade from job to job with DECKED truck bed drawers. "All of my tools fit in the drawers perfectly. I wash my truck weekly and my stuff is never wet. No one sees a ‘work truck’ with toolboxes."
"Welcome to the jungle," is what the man next to this sign is trying to say. With all of the political antics of 2018 making for an interesting year, being American-made from the beginning has ended up being an even better deal. A lot of great plastic and metal items are produced in China, but we have always felt that for what we make, doing it here in the US is the only way to go. Turns out we were right more than we could have known. So, we declared our American-made status with this sign at our booth. Seriously,...