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Rukk Net | Pop-up Golf Practice Net

One for the golf enthusiasts. The Rukk Net is a portable pop-up golf net that allows you to practice anytime, any place. No assembly is required, the net sets up and breaks down in 15 seconds, it is durable , light-weight and has a generous size(to stop your slice). The net also has a ball return feature, includes a durable carrying case and multiple attachments, for Chipping, Baseball, and Shade. Watch the video




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ARCTICSILVER FLY RODS

ArticSilver is a recent brand committed to creating innovative and iconic fly fishing products. Their latest line of rods features the unique Free-Flex system, which may very well be the biggest fly rod innovation in more than 100 years. The patented "Free-Flex system” is a simple, but cutting edge, solution, providing a smoother and more enjoyable fly fishing experience. It enables the blank to move freely within the hollow handle, and allows a better transmission ...
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EMIL BOARDS

Emil Boards is a recent startup from Munich, Germany, they make square skateboards inspired by the movie "Back to the Future”. The boards tackle the path back to basics, referring to the first days of skateboarding history, they are as pure as possible, with no convex, no concave, no rocker, and no camber, simply a square shape board made from high quality layered maple wood and fixed to modern trucks and wheels. Emil boards combine skateboarding with surfing, with ...
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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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