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SUP Hydrofoil

Take your SUP (Stand up Paddle) to another level with the GoFoil for SUP, and seamlessly hover on top of water. People have been outfitting their surfboards with hydrofoils for many years now, but only now someone figured out how to rig SUP boards with the same thing. GoFoil attaches to the bottom of your board, and once you hit a certain speed (usually happens when you catch a wave), the GoFoil will lift the board and rider from the water giving a unique sensation of flying above the waves. The board is now a non-factor in friction and drag, letting you go faster than you’ve ever done on the water, for a thrilling ride. watch the amazing video below



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TOPEAK BIKAMPER | ONE PERSON TENT | Image

TOPEAK BIKAMPER | ONE PERSON TENT

The Bikecamper is a personal shelter that utilizes a bicycle and its front wheel in place of conventional tent poles. The canopy of the Bikamper is constructed of durable, waterproof coated 45D ripstop nylon and features three mesh windows for ventilation and stargazing on pleasant nights. Both tent and fly pack down to a small, space saving size....
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POWERSKI JETBOARD

PowerSki Jetboard is an innovative motorized surfboard that combines the sports of wakeboarding and surfing. Each surfboard features a low profile 45 HP engine that propels the rider at an insane speed of up to 40 mph....
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SNOW2 HEADS-UP DISPLAY

Snow2 is a powerful heads-up display for goggles, kind of like a sports version of Google glass. The wearable computer fits into most goggles from leading optics manufacturers, and  displays all of your key information at just a glance in the bottom right side of the goggle frame, unobtrusively and without distraction. The device features a innovative mirror and prism technology, displaying your data and stats in a virtual 14" image at 5ft away! Check your spee...
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