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Stealth-x | By Snolo Sleds

Last week we featured a nostalgic and classic hand-made wood toboggan, today we take you ahead of time with the impressive Stealth-X by Snolo Sleds. The high performance sled would fit perfectly into Batman’s Armory, it is made of carbon fibre and takes extreme sledding into another dimension, this thing can fly in excess of 40 mph and can be maneuvered with unprecedented levels of control. After use, the sled can be worn as a backpack, making it ideal for back country exploring.



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Burton Step On Bindings | Image

Burton Step On Bindings

Strap-free bindings seemed like a great idea when they first appeared 10 years ago, but unfortunately, in practice they fell far short of expectations. Now Burton have presented snowboarding´s next evolution, the much improved Step On system, a boot-to-binding connection offers unprecedented convenience and performance in an incredible simple and secure system. Say goodbye to sitting or bending over to strap in, simply step on and go. To exit the binding, use the qu...
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PORSCHE DESIGN BOBSLEIGHS | Image

PORSCHE DESIGN BOBSLEIGHS

Luxury brands nowadays are putting a luxurious touch to just about everything, this time it´s Porsche Design, they have turned to designing bobsleighs. Everything on these beautys was meticulously thought of, from the materials used, the porsche logo, to the highquality carrying bags, all with the porsche design trademark clean lines....
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TREADWALL

How cool is this? Treadwall is the perfect workout and training aid for climbers, it combines the climbing wall with the treadmill! It basically puts a rock wall in motion allowing you to climb as much as you want. Both speed and wall angle are adjustable, letting the user set the pace and level of difficulty....
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