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Quiksilver Highline Airlift Vest

The Highline Airlift Vest sets a new safety standard for big wave surfers, a CO2-powered inflation vest, that aims to lift surfers who fall on big waves. Quiksilver partnered with diving equipment manufacturer Aqua Lung to develop an inflatable flotation device. A culmination of years worth of research and development, the neoprene vest utilizes carbon-dioxide cartridges to help bring the wearer to the surface in heavy hold-down situations. It features four different pull tabs that inflate the vest, one release tab to deflate the vest, and it can both be worn on its own in warm water environments or comfortably over a wetsuit in cold weather climates.



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SurfEars

If you spend a lot of time in the water surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, sailing, jet skiing, kitesurfing, or doing any other water activity, protecting your ears is essential to avoid "Surfers ear” a common problem where the ear canal is actually blocked by this condition. The problem with most traditional earplugs is that they affect your hearing. SurfEars are without a doubt one of the most revolutionary products in the industry, they are light, easy to use, ...
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SOULARC PERFORMANCE BOARD

The SoulArc Performance Board promises to deliver an experience like no other skateboard out there, riding it is like surfing on land, or snowboarding on the street. The elegant maple wood deck is attached to a curved composite spring, making it carve like no other, and mimicking the fluid feel of carving on a surfboard or turning a snowboard in deep powder. Perfect for landlocked surfers and summer-bound snowboarders. via watch the video...
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RECYCLED CORK SURFBOARDS

Reusing materials is a major challenge to avoid wastage, the practice is now used in various products, such as these surfboards made ​​with cork stoppers and manufactured by a company in Murcia, in Spain, with a peculiar name, Richpeoplethings. Surfing is fully connected to nature, nothing better than a sustainable raw material for making the boards. The idea came from two young Spaniards who collect cork stoppers donated by volunteers. After...
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