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Slater Designs Surfboards

He has been crowned Surf´s World Champion a record 11 times, but Kelly Slater is also a goddamn entrepreneur and is making headlines far beyond surf publications. Now his interest in board design has recently lead to the development of this awesome collection of surfboards. The sleek line of boards currently features 4 models all luminously white and divided by a thick black stringer of aerospace composite that runs down the entire length of the board and plays a pivotal role in optimizing flex from nose to tail.



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FLOATING SKATE RAMP

Remember the spectacular Floating Cinema, an auditorium raft for watching movies in the open, surrounded by an amazing scenery? What if you could skate on a floating ramp whilst admiring the beautiful landscape surrounding you? That is exactly what professional skateboarder Bob Burnquist dreamt of when asked by Visit California to help them with a campaign to promote Lake Tahoe. This awesome skate ramp was built by a skilled team of craftsmen and launched on Lake Ta...
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RAZOR RIPSURF

Razor, creators of the popular drift racing Crazy Cart, have developed the Razor Ripsurf, a board that brings surfing to the city. The board´s styling and function were guided by the feel of surfing and features of a real surfboard, the end product mimics the feel of surfing on a concrete environment. Ripsurf uses Razor´s RipStik Air technology which allows riders to speed up and slow down without ever taking their foot off the board, and, by moving your body in the...
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WAVEJET | NEVER MISS A WAVE AGAIN

Wavejet announced a surfboard that has a built-in engine. The propulsion system uses an electric motor powered by a battery that can triple the average speed of the paddle. To control the board surfers have a bracelet that allows you turn off and on propulsion.This creation is intended to make the sport less frustrating for beginners. ...
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