If you’ve ever wished for overalls that have a built-in cooler, then your wait is over. Taylor Ness and Garret Lamp have created just that! Will their product earn them a deal on
If you’re short on time, here’s a quick overview of what happened to Muff Waders after
Muff Waders appeared on
Shark Tank Muff Waders Update
- Entrepreneur: Taylor Ness and Garret Lamp
- Business: Overalls that store beer
- Ask: $25,000 for 25% equity
- Result: No Deal
- Shark: None
Taylor Ness and Garret Lamp pitched Muff Waders to the sharks on Season 12 Episode 16. The entrepreneurs feel like their product, overalls that store beer, is the perfect pair of overalls for when you need to take a short break while you’re on the job or while you’re tailgating.
The Muff Wader Overalls are 100% Heavy Cotton Canvas with added rain guard and they are made in the USA and imported. They feature a 6-Pack Insulated Cooler, Metal Bottle Opener, Magnetic Can Cooler Attached to Bottle Opener, and a Hidden Concealed Pocket.
Of course, the overalls with a built-in cooler also have an attached bottle opener. Further, Taylor and Garret are working on a new product called Muff Spenders, which allows you to easily attach a drink to your suspenders.
When asked about the partner’s roles in the company, the guys explained that Taylor was the brains behind the product.
Taylor shared that one night he had the idea of putting drinks in his overalls, which led to him designing the Muff Waders.
Garret went on to explain that he’s a recent graduate of Iowa State University, and while he does have a full-time job, he also works on Muff Waders at night while his family sleeps.
The sharks were then curious about sales. Much to their surprise, Muff Waders managed to earn $54,000 in sales over the past couple of months.
At the time of the pitch, it cost $35 to produce a pair of waders, and it retailed for $55. Further, all of their sales have been online, through their own website, and on Amazon.
Kevin O’Leary is the first shark to bow out, as he says the product just isn’t for him.
Following out for the same reason, Mark Cuban says the product isn’t for him either.
Robert Herjavec says he wouldn’t wear Muff Waders, so for that reason, he’s out too.
Lori Greiner offered some business advice regarding social media, but then said it was not the right business for her, and she was out next.
Last but not least, Daymond John chimed in. While he did start out in the fashion industry, this segment of fashion wasn’t for him, so he was the last shark out.
Unfortunately, none of the sharks were interested in taking this journey with Taylor and Garret, and Muff Waders left
Did they keep things going in the right direction, despite not getting a deal? Keep reading our Muff Waders update to find out!
In terms of a Muff Waders update, the company is still in business and is estimated to have a net worth of around $500,000. This is a huge increase since their time on
They even went on to raise funds for their Muff Spenders on Kickstarter, raising just over $10,000.
Both their Muff Spenders and Muff Waders are available on the Muff Waders website and on Amazon. They also sell hats and t-shirts.
If we get more news from Taylor and Garret, we’ll be sure to let you know!
In the meantime, be sure to check out some of our other updates from the companies featured on Season 12 Episode 16.
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