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Natural Log Skateboards

Natural Log Skateboards are a recent company from San Diego, California, they create sustainable, high-performance vintage-styled skateboards with classic designs that highlight the natural beauty of the wood. Hand crafted locally in California, all boards are made from a variety of beautiful and strong re-claimed woods, and are classically designed after the vintage skateboards of the 1970’s. You can even build your custom board over at their website. watch the video



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SNOW GEAR

Want to look good on the slopes? Need some hi-tech gear for you radical descents? we rounded up some of our favorite picks from our "snow" section, here we have listed snow gear equipment for your protection, for communicating or just having fun. Product details after the jump....
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WATERROWER

WaterRower´s award winning design sets it apart from all other fitness equipment. The beautifully handcrafted rowing machine is made from solid ash wood and absorbs sound and vibration, it features the unique Water Flywheel that consists of two paddles in an enclosed tank of water, providing a smooth, quiet resistance, replicating the actual feel of rowing in water. The WaterRower Natural rowing machine is outfitted with a Series 4 performance monitor, that tracks w...
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TAYLOR MADE ROSSA CORZA GHOST PUTTER

TaylorMade Golf, maker of Rossa putters, has unveiled Corza Ghost, a mallet specially designed to be exceptionally easy to aim, and exceptionally easy to use to roll the ball down your intended line, it is xtremely stable on off center hits and providies a solid feel at impact. It was designed with significant input from the hottest putting instructor in the world, Rossa Tour Staff professional Dave Stockton....
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