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Ctrus Football | By Agents

CTRUS functional principle is based on the mechanical properties of its materials. It is composed by an inner structure (skelle-core) and an outer net-embedded shell, made out of reinforced elastomers, these pieces have different durometer according to its structural location. the flexibility provided by its materials, emulates the bounce of an inflated pneumatic soccer ball, but offers the advantage of not loosing air. CTRUS doesn’t need air in order to perform.



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ELLIPTIGO EXERCISE BIKE

ElliptiGO is a combination of a stationary elliptical trainer and a bicycle. It delivers a comfortable and fun workout experience that closely mimics outdoor running without the associated negative impact. This bicycle was designed for fitness enthusiasts who enjoy the elliptical trainer motion, but do not want to be stuck in a gym....
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STAIR-ROVER LONGBOARD

Another interesting project from crowdsourcing site Kickstarter, the "Stair-Rover" is a longboard unlike any other. It´s main feature? a unique eight-wheeled mechanism that allows the board to glide down steps! On normal flat ground the board rides the same as any traditional longboard, but on uneven ground the innovative chassis goes to work. watch the video of the board in action...
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AIRBOARD

Looking for a new snow toy for the slopes this year? Check out Airboard, an inflatable sled that makes you feel like you are hovering over the snow. Made of high-quality polyurethane covered textiles, the portable Airboard is light and extremely durable, and thanks to its flexible air body, it absorbs slope unevenness and bumps giving you a smooth ride. Steer by shifting your weight, and to brake simply turn your airboard at a 90° angle to your downhill direction, j...
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