Mattracks is the result of the imagination of our founder's 11 year old son. After drawing a picture of a large truck with tracks instead of tires he asked his dad, "Could we make something like this?" After several years of engineering and prototypes, Mr. Brazier gained a patent and Mattracks were released for sale to the public in 1994. Mattracks have been sold worldwide, on every continent.
The Mattracks rubber track conversion system has evolved from the original production model to a product line that can provide a dependable track conversion system to fit many different applications.
Over the past years Mattracks have gained popularity in many industries, proving themselves time and time again as a cost effective solution for mobility over some of the worlds most extreme terrain.
Mattracks world headquarters are located in Karlstad Minnesota Karlstad is home to approximately 900 people and is located in the southeast corner of Kittson County at the junction of U.S. Highway 59 and Minnesota State Highway 11.
Karlstad offers many recreational possibilities for all seasons. Parks include tennis courts, volleyball nets, softball fields, playground equipment, skating rink, picnic shelters, bathroom facilities and camping and RV facilities are available. A nine hole golf course, on the northeast corner of town, should certainly be of interest to many golfers in the area.
Those interested can also enjoy close proximity to hunting, snowmobile trails and cross country skiing. For all ages and interests, Karlstad has something to offer you.
Mattracks innovation and product design has been acknowledged within many industries and government including: