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Easybreath Snorkeling Mask

The Easybreath Snorkeling Mask is a new, award wining product by Tribord. The innovative full face snorkeling mask makes breathing under water as easy and natural as on land! Easybreath´s large visor offers a 180º clear field of vision and completely eliminates the annoying fog, it also features a mechanism which blocks the top of the snorkel at the time of immersion, so no more swallowing water. The top of the snorkel is also very visible in order to avoid collisions on the surface. watch the video

The mask will be available for purchase at Decathlon stores from Spring 2014




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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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AQUILA ELECTRIC SURFBOARDS

Aquila is a Spanish company that develops electric-powered boards, each designed for different surfing styles. Their technologically advanced boards feature an integrated electric-powered jet propulsion system and are environmentally friendly, producing no noise or emissions. They are controlled by a hand-held wireless remote control, and turning is like on a regular surfboard, simply carve the water. Three self-propelled electric boards are available, with differen...
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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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