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Steel Mace

Steel Mace is a fitness item developed by "Set for Set”, this century old weapon has just been reassigned a new task: to get you fit. The workout crowd are always on the prowl for new instruments/tools to improve their physical condition, the Steel Mace is a new add-on on the fitness market that will assist you in a unconventional workout. Available in five weights – 7 lbs, 10 lbs, 15 lbs, 20lbs and 25 lbs, it allows you to do great number of workout exercises that will get you burning calories at a fast pace. Made from cast iron, with a rubber hand grip and black powder coat finish, the Steel Mace is the ultimate full body conditioning tool and enables you to become the new XIII century warrior.



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HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE | SNOW RIDER | Image

HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE | SNOW RIDER

In today´s recommendations, we’ve curated some cool options to ensure you look good on the slopes. The list features equipment for protection, communication or simply having fun on your radical descents. These products cater to every Snow Rider´s want list....
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SNOWFEET

Snowfeet are now so successful they’ve created a brand new sport that bears their name. These special and cool attachments were designed to replace conventional skis but they’re much more affordable, portable, light and easy to use, on and off the slopes! Just strap them on your usual snow boots and slide down to wherever you wanna go, they are perfect especially on small paths or in the middle of the forest where skis and poles are a hassle. Users say that its some...
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ZBOARD | WEIGHT-SENSING ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD | Image

ZBOARD | WEIGHT-SENSING ELECTRIC SKATEBOARD

Sometime ago we showed you the "Fiik Skateboard" an electric skateboard controlled by a remote in your hand. The ZBoard however, is a hands free electric skateboard. The ZBoard is weight-sensing, to ride simply lean forward on the front footpad to accelerate and lean back on the rear footpad to brake. The boards go on sale from April 2012, but are available now for pre-order....
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