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Star Wars Kettlebells

Fitness company Onnit has presented a collection of Star Wars themed equipment, including these unique kettlebells. The kettlebells come in rather realistic sculpted cast-iron, shaped like famous icons of the Star Wars universe. They are modeled using the heads of Darth Vader (70 pounds), The Imperial Stormtrooper (60 pounds), and Boba Fett (50 pounds). Onnit is currently taking pre-orders for the Star Wars collection through their site. watch the video below



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WATER HOVERBOARD

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STEALTH-X | BY SNOLO SLEDS

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FREECROSS WORKOUT VEHICLE

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