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Freecross Workout Vehicle

If you get bored in the gym on those static workout machines, this could be a good solution, the "Freecross" is a vehicle, developed by German Wolfgang Eisenberg,it has no seat, has three wheels and is moved by the synchronized movement of arms and legs. Studies proved that the equipment burns 35% more calories than the common model, but work and strengthen many muscles at once, with virtually no impact on joints, tendons and ligaments of the body.



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YOONER

Looking for a new fun ride to tackle the slopes this year? Meet Yooner, a lightweight, flexible and comfortable ride that will glide  effortlessly down the slopes. Seated 20cm(8 inches) above the ground, like a snow kart, Yooner is equipped with a shock absorber for greater comfort and a stainless steel shock resistant ski which will allow you to "carve” like you would if you were skiing. It is very easy to ride, the curved handle provides excellent...
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SUP Hydrofoil

Take your SUP (Stand up Paddle) to another level with the GoFoil for SUP, and seamlessly hover on top of water. People have been outfitting their surfboards with hydrofoils for many years now, but only now someone figured out how to rig SUP boards with the same thing. GoFoil attaches to the bottom of your board, and once you hit a certain speed (usually happens when you catch a wave), the GoFoil will lift the board and rider from the water giving a unique sensation ...
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NEW BALANCE 686 SNOWBOARD BOOT

Snow gear brand 686 has teamed up with New Balance again for these very cool snowboard boots, they named it Boa 580 Boot. Based upon the original MT580 trail running sneaker, 686 and New Balance design labs developed this all new model with light and durable textiles, better fit, increased stability with superior flex, lower profile and overall lighter weight. ...
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