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El Gringo | Wall Mounted Surfboard Rack

With the El Gringo - Wall Mounted Surfboard Rack you can hang your board high and proud! El Gringo is part of the "Make" collection of carefully designed products by "Consult", a multidisciplinary design studio located in Montreal - Canada. Made out of steel or stainless steel, the rack features cork pads to protect your board. It also includes a small hook so you can hang your towel/leash. via



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LIGHTHOUSE 250 | LANTERN + USB POWER HUB | Image

LIGHTHOUSE 250 | LANTERN + USB POWER HUB

The Lighthouse 250 Lantern by Goal Zero is an essential piece of equipment for any outdoorsman. Not only is it a powerful lantern but also a USB Power Hub, allowing you to charge small handheld devices thanks to a built-in USB port. The handy device is capable of beaming 250 lumens of bright, LED light, has up to 48 hour run time, and is quickly recharged from USB, solar or using the included hand crank. watch the video...
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DOONA CAR SEAT

Doona is a clever and innovative two-in-one solution, it is the world’´s first infant car seat with a complete and fully integrated mobility solution, letting you easily convert it (with just a click of a button) from a car seat into a compact stroller! Doona is perfect for todays´ busy parent, eliminating the need to carry a cumbersome travel system frame in the boot of the car. Doona also has available a wide range of accessories to help parents with their differe...
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PINCH BIKE STAND | BY CLANK WORKS

Another clever and simple bicycle storage solution. The "Pinch stand" is hand crafted from bamboo wood and features a spring system available from it´s fabrication process, all you have to do is place the rear wheel in between the two halves of Pinch and it uses the weight of your bicycle to clamp it in position....
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