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Waterproof Arm Pack | By Overboard

Recently we featured Overboardīs 100% waterproof backpacks, ideal for water sports and outdoor adventures. But what if you donīt carry that much gear? Check out Overboardīs Pro-Sports Waterproof Arm Pack, the ideal solution for carrying your phone and other small items like cash, car keys, credit cards while out on the water. The dry bag is 100% waterproof and submersible to 19ft/6m plus it floats safely on water. via



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YOONER

Looking for a new fun ride to tackle the slopes this year? Meet Yooner, a lightweight, flexible and comfortable ride that will glide  effortlessly down the slopes. Seated 20cm(8 inches) above the ground, like a snow kart, Yooner is equipped with a shock absorber for greater comfort and a stainless steel shock resistant ski which will allow you to "carve” like you would if you were skiing. It is very easy to ride, the curved handle provides excellent...
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SPINE ERGO BUG | BY POC

The Spine Ergo BUG Armor by POC is a back and spine protector, it is an essential piece of gear for wild snowboard/ski sessions. The Ergo Bug protector follows the natural curve of your back, and its interlocking injected polypropylene panels flex freely as you move. POCs air induction system evacuates excess heat and moisture while maximizing airflow. The waistband is strategically placed to minimize restriction and fit comfortably for athletic use. You can buy it ...
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WAVEJET

We already showed you the wavejet surfboard back when they were announced(last year). Now, the revolutionary propulsion system is available for preorder in a number of new surfboard styles. The propulsion pod can also be preordered separate from the wavejet surfboard to be custom fit into any surfboard, stand up paddle board, boogie board, kayak, or other watercraft you want 20 extra pounds of thrust. By: Tito Heiderer...
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