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Natural Log Skateboards

Natural Log Skateboards are a recent company from San Diego, California, they create sustainable, high-performance vintage-styled skateboards with classic designs that highlight the natural beauty of the wood. Hand crafted locally in California, all boards are made from a variety of beautiful and strong re-claimed woods, and are classically designed after the vintage skateboards of the 1970s. You can even build your custom board over at their website. watch the video



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KETTLE GRYP

Kettle Gryp is a genius solution, a handle that turns dumbbells into kettlebells! When travelling, hotel gyms normally only have dumbbells, but if you like working out with kettlebells, this smartly-designed add on turns ordinary dumbbells into kettlebells in seconds. Simply clamp the latching mechanism around a dumbbell handle, snap the latch closed, and get to swinging. It weighs less than a pound, and is small enough to pack in a suitcase. watch the video below ...
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KTRACK SNOW BIKE KIT

If you own a mountain bike and live by a snowy mountain, you should check out one of these kits. Ktrak is a universal rear drive track kit that transforms your mountain bike into the ultimate all terrain machine. It was developed to provide traction for previously unrideable surfaces such as snow and sand. You can also check out their Facebook page here ...
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FINCLIP

Finclip is a clever solution to an annoying problem. Forget the days when you had to struggle to don your fins, Finclip is a ski bindings-like device that lets you wear your diving flippers handsfree without having to bend down. Finclip is a device that has been specially designed to don the most popular models of adjustable fins with exceptional ease, simply clamp it to the rear end of the fin and secure it by tightening the screws. Then gently push down with your ...
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