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Mccallum Surfboards

Jeff McCallum hand-shapes surfboards that are beautiful works of art. McCallum Surfboards have gained an international reputation in the community for lovers of beautiful boards outside the norm. Influenced by top shapers such as Chris Christenson, Skip Frye, William Riedel, Larry Crow, Bob Simmons and George Greenough, Jeff manufactures by hand all surfboards in his studio in San Diego. He only makes a limited amount per week, focusing on quality over quantity.

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WATERBUOY | FLOATATION DEVICE WITH FLASHING LIGHT | Image

WATERBUOY | FLOATATION DEVICE WITH FLASHING LIGHT

This is a must have gadget for boaters and anglers, the Waterbuoy is a floating device with a high tech trigger that activates within seconds on immersion in water. You can now relax and enjoy your water related recreation without having to worry about valuables falling into the water. Holds up to 1kg and has a flashing light that turns the balloon into a flashing beacon visible for up to 250m. Watch the spectacular video of it in action after the jump....
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CURVE SURFBOARD SLING

The Sling from Curve, is an accessory designed to "grab" your board through an extremely simple carry system via a shoulder strap. Several comfortable padded fittings help transporting and handling of the board. It will protect the rails when the board is on the ground. It also features a large pocket to carry accessories....
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AIRBOARD

Looking for a new snow toy for the slopes this year? Check out Airboard, an inflatable sled that makes you feel like you are hovering over the snow. Made of high-quality polyurethane covered textiles, the portable Airboard is light and extremely durable, and thanks to its flexible air body, it absorbs slope unevenness and bumps giving you a smooth ride. Steer by shifting your weight, and to brake simply turn your airboard at a 90 angle to your downhill direction, j...
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