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Ahua Surfboards

AHUA is a Portuguese startup, they make beautifully crafted Alaia Surfboards. Alaia is a thin, round-nosed, square-tailed surfboard ridden in pre-20th century Hawaii. The most distinguishing characteristic in relation to modern surfboards is the fact that Alaia boards have no fins, which allows a new sense of freedom on the wave. These boards create little friction and like to go fast on the wave. The Ahua alaias are custom made especially for each client, through an initial exchange of ideas, until you reach the most suitable solution. Watch the beautiful video of pro surfer Rob Machado surfing on an Alaia Surfboard below...



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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 youíre 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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RADINN ELECTRIC WAKEBOARD

Swedish company Radinn has developed an electric-powered wakeboard that eliminates the need for a motor boat to be towed along with! The lightweight carbon fiber Radinn Wakeboard is controlled by a wireless remote and is powered by a silent and efficient jet-propulsion system. The board is small enough to fit in any car or boat and light enough to carry around, plus it is compatible with all standard wakeboard bindings. watch the amazing video...
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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 Batmanís 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 coun...
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