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Mccallum Surfboards

Jeff McCallum hand-shapes surfboards that are beautiful works of art. McCallum Surfboards have gained an international reputation in the community for lovers of beautiful boards outside the norm. Influenced by top shapers such as Chris Christenson, Skip Frye, William Riedel, Larry Crow, Bob Simmons and George Greenough, Jeff manufactures by hand all surfboards in his studio in San Diego. He only makes a limited amount per week, focusing on quality over quantity.

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AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS | BY ORTOVOX | Image

AVALANCHE TRANSCEIVERS | BY ORTOVOX

If youŽre a experienced skier or snowboarder and enjoy the adventure of going Backcountry skiing in unmarked or unpatrolled areas, youŽll be aware of the risk of avalanches. Ortovox develop avalanche transceivers utilizing the latest technology, they not only deliver excellent search capabilities but also feature an innovative function designed to make it easier for rescuers to find victims wearing the devices. You can get them from amazon....
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DARKFIN GLOVES

These are great! The Darkfin gloves are ideal for scuba diving, snorkling, swimming, sky diving, and surfing. They increse your hand surface area by as much as 70%, giving you great power and control, making them very usefull if you surf. You can even use them for your advantage when riding a wave to slow yourself down and lag into barrels! ...
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FINCLIP

Finclip is a clever solution to an annoying problem. Forget the days when you had to struggle to don your fins, Finclip is a ski bindings-like device that lets you wear your diving flippers handsfree without having to bend down. Finclip is a device that has been specially designed to don the most popular models of adjustable fins with exceptional ease, simply clamp it to the rear end of the fin and secure it by tightening the screws. Then gently push down with your ...
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