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WAVEJET

We already showed you the wavejet surfboard back when they were announced(last year). Now, the revolutionary propulsion system is available for preorder in a number of new surfboard styles. The propulsion pod can also be preordered separate from the wavejet surfboard to be custom fit into any surfboard, stand up paddle board, boogie board, kayak, or other watercraft you want 20 extra pounds of thrust.

By: Tito Heiderer




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