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Hamboards

The history of Hamboards, revolves around a family of seven surfers from Huntington Beach, California. The project took eight years to be completed, and the result, is feeling like you’re out in the water on your surfboard... Surfers and skate boarders from around the world, order the extra-long skateboard for a fun, classic and different ride.



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QUARTERTWENTY SKATEBOARDS | Image

QUARTERTWENTY SKATEBOARDS

Matthew Bietz from QuarterTwenty designs and builds projects at a variety of scales including furniture, installations, buildings, and these beautiful skateboards. Working from his Seattle studio, Matthew designs custom skateboards made from baltic birch and recycled formica. The decks have a bright, no fade permanent color, and feature an original, ergonomic 3 finger handhold for easy carry. via Matthew is currently taking custom orders fr...
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MTN APPROACH | BACKCOUNTRY SNOWBOARD SYSTEM | Image

MTN APPROACH | BACKCOUNTRY SNOWBOARD SYSTEM

If you snowboard, you´ll know about the difficulties when cross-country skiing, moving uphill is a major challenge. Sure you can strap on snowshoes or ride an awkward splitboard, but these are yet to match the feel and ride of traditional boards. Meet MTNApproach, a system that alleviates this headache, it consists of two foldable skis that easily stow in a specifically designed pack. The skis feature a unique binding designed to fit snowboard boots, and feature pe...
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CTRUS FOOTBALL | BY AGENTS | Image

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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