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Liverider | For Iphone And Ipod Touch

LiveRider is the first wireless cycling computer and mounting system for iphone and ipod touch. A single permanently-sealed sensor unit is mounted on the frame near the rear wheel that measures both bike speed and pedal cadence and transmits that information to a receiving unit attached to the 30 pin connector of the iphone.  It includes a file system to save the detailed data from each ride which can be reviewed graphically or exported via email and imported into any spreadsheet, document, or database.



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SUP Hydrofoil

Take your SUP (Stand up Paddle) to another level with the GoFoil for SUP, and seamlessly hover on top of water. People have been outfitting their surfboards with hydrofoils for many years now, but only now someone figured out how to rig SUP boards with the same thing. GoFoil attaches to the bottom of your board, and once you hit a certain speed (usually happens when you catch a wave), the GoFoil will lift the board and rider from the water giving a unique sensation ...
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SwimEars

Developed by Finis in collaboration with Dave Scott (6 times Ironman World Champion), SwimEars earplugs let sound in and keep water out. If you spend a lot of time in the water swimming, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, jet skiing, kitesurfing, or doing any other water activity, protecting your ears is essential to avoid ear inflammation (swimmer´s ear) and bone growth in the ear canal (surfer´s ear). The problem with most traditional earplugs i...
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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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