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Floating Skate Ramp

Remember the spectacular Floating Cinema, an auditorium raft for watching movies in the open, surrounded by an amazing scenery? What if you could skate on a floating ramp whilst admiring the beautiful landscape surrounding you? That is exactly what professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist dreamt of when asked by Visit California to help them with a campaign to promote Lake Tahoe. This awesome skate ramp was built by a skilled team of craftsmen and launched on Lake Tahoe, it took 300 man hours, 1250 screws and a lot of engineering to make it stable and ensure that it didnít sink. Watch the video of Burnquist shredding the ramp under the California sun and surrounded by a breathtaking scenery.



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SNOW2 HEADS-UP DISPLAY

Snow2 is a powerful heads-up display for goggles, kind of like a sports version of Google glass. The wearable computer fits into most goggles from leading optics manufacturers, and  displays all of your key information at just a glance in the bottom right side of the goggle frame, unobtrusively and without distraction. The device features a innovative mirror and prism technology, displaying your data and stats in a virtual 14" image at 5ft away! Check your spee...
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WOOD TOBOGGAN | BY LUCKY BUMS | Image

WOOD TOBOGGAN | BY LUCKY BUMS

Bring some nostalgia and classic fun to the slopes this winter, get ready for those downhill adventures with this hand-made toboggan by Lucky Bums. The beautifully crafted wooden toboggan features the vintage classic shape and measures 48L x 18W inches, accommodating 3 children or 2 adults. It includes a seating pad for extra comfort, a curved front for protecting your feet, and a pull rope. When not in use, you can enjoy it as a decorative piece on your cabin wall....
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IBERICA SKATEBOARDS

Ibérica skateboards is a Spanish project, it was born when two design students, Raul Arribas and Gonzalo Sanchez de Lollano decided to build solid wood skateboards, remembering the old style boards, and recapturing the essence of the first generations of skate boarders. The boards are completely handmade and each is unique and personal, they are all numbered. ...
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