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Dual Snowboards

Dual Snowboards gives users a freedom never possible with a regular snowboard. Dual is basically a snowboard cut in half and attaches to each foot independently, bringing users a more exciting experience and the ability to conceptualize new tricks. Another great advantage is the mobility factor, with dual snowboards you can walk around thanks to the two piece design. source




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SLALOM STEERABLE SLED | BY MOUNTAIN BOY SLEDWORKS | Image

SLALOM STEERABLE SLED | BY MOUNTAIN BOY SLEDWORKS

This beautiful Slalom steerable sled is made of 5/8" thick marine-grade waterproof molded plywood, this thing is fast and maneuverable, the entire front section of the Slalom sled pivots to give you incredible steering power. The sleds wide stance makes it very stable and gives it excellent flotation in powder snow. On hardpack, the Slalom slides along on specialized plastic runners for top speed and control....
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WAYWARD ROLL TOP BOARD BAG | Image

WAYWARD ROLL TOP BOARD BAG

The rugged Wayward Roll Top Board Bag can stand up to harsh environments and protect your board at the same time. Board bags take a serious beating, the Wayward bag is made from extra tough 600D DWR-coated Magnatuff polyester, lined on the inside with 200D nylon oxford cloth and features padded interior walls, making it durable enough to protect your prized board, but comfortable enough to carry long distances over rough, wet, muddy terrain. Other notable features a...
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RECYCLED CORK SURFBOARDS | Image

RECYCLED CORK SURFBOARDS

Reusing materials is a major challenge to avoid wastage, the practice is now used in various products, such as these surfboards made ​​with cork stoppers and manufactured by a company in Murcia, in Spain, with a peculiar name, Richpeoplethings. Surfing is fully connected to nature, nothing better than a sustainable raw material for making the boards. The idea came from two young Spaniards who collect cork stoppers donated by volunteers. After...
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