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Meyerhoffer Surfboards

Thomas Meyerhoffer is a Swedish industrial designer based in California, he has worked for apple, Smith and Scott, among others. Meyerhoffer is also a very passionate surfer, so it wasn´t surprising that he adapted his designer thoughts into surf, creating a line of surfboards with a unique design that dramatically challenges the conventional conception of what a board looks like. Meyerhoffer Surf brand was launched globally in may 2009, check out their website for more original creations.





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MONKII BARS

After a very successful kickstarter campaign, the lightweight and ultra-portable suspension training tool - Monkii Bars, is now available for purchase. The clever suspension training tool is like having a portable gym, you can easily set up for a workout whenever you find some spare time, at home, in your office, at a park, or while camping and traveling. Set up takes less than a minute, remove the suspension line stored inside each bar, toss the line over any suppo...
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DAHU SKI BOOTS

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SKATEBOARD SURF ADAPTER

The Innovative Waterborne adapter lets you find the sensations of surf on your skate! The adapter mounts to any skateboard (between your board´s deck and front truck) to enhance performance and emulate surfing when the ocean is flat. Simply slap one of these on your favorite board to allow the nose of the board to move freer and rotate independently of the wheels. Pump, carve, and control slides just like they would on an actual surfboard. You can make much tighter ...
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