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Arbor Skateboards

Arbor Skateboards is a brand from Venice beach, California, they design beautiful handmade skateboards and offer a huge range of shapes for all types of skating. Their stunning collection combines a little forward thinking design and old school craftsmanship, with a serious commitment to the environment. They use eco-friendly materials such as wood, bamboo, and other sustainable stuff, in an effort to protect the planet. Arbor also make snowboards and clothing, check out the full collection at their website.

Arbor design responsibly, and a portion of every sale is donated to Hawaiian Legacy Forests (restore forest ecosystems in Hawaii).




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POWERISER JUMPING STILTS

Poweriser is the future of entertainment. The Poweriser has been arround for some time, but it is getting more popular by the day. The ability to jump up to 2 meters high and run at incredible speeds is something never seen before in the world of extreme sports. The Poweriser is available in children and adult models....
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AHUA SURFBOARDS

AHUA is a Portuguese startup, they make beautifully crafted Alaia Surfboards. Alaia is a thin, round-nosed, square-tailed surfboard ridden in pre-20th century Hawaii. The most distinguishing characteristic in relation to modern surfboards is the fact that Alaia boards have no fins, which allows a new sense of freedom on the wave. These boards create little friction and like to go fast on the wave. The Ahua alaias are custom made especially for each client, through a...
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JETSURF

Created and designed by Martin Sula, a Formula 1 engineer from the Czech Republic, Jetsurf  is a jet propelled surfboard; it is a cross between a surf board and a jet-ski and is capable of speeds up to 40mph(58km/h) and has a range of up to 45 miles(75km) or 1.5 hours on a full tank. The carbon fibre craft is packed with a two-stroke 100cc engine and a miniature water jet. An electronic leash which is attached to the surfers wrist acts as both a throttle and an...
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