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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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OCTOVO X TILLEY SURFBOARDS | Image

OCTOVO X TILLEY SURFBOARDS

Octovo is a travel brand known for their bags and luggage, for their second Off Map collaboration project, they worked with Southern Oregon-based Tilley Surfboards and created five individual designs built using Tilley’s method of combining local, custom milled wooden skins and components with hand-shaped foam. The boards have different shapes to match a wide range of conditions for traveling surfers, they feature their own graphic theme and come with a leash cup ...
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INDOOR GOLF PRACTICE NET

With the "Net Return Pro - Continuous Practice Golf Trainer" you can practice your golf swing all year round, indoors or outdoors. You can even practice your drive, the net has a unique curve that absorves the ball´s impact and delivers it to the golfer´s feet. It also features side netting to avoid destoying your home with that nasty slice. It sets up in only five minutes and comes with a very practical bag....
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SHORE RIDE BOARD CARRIER

Frustrated with the hassle of getting your board/kayak to the beach? The Shore Ride is a trolley that´s designed to carry any craft from home to the waters edge, just load your board and head out. The handy device take the stress and strain out of carrying your board to the water, simply attach it to your SUP or kayak and either walk or cycle to the beach.  The craft carrier wraps around the top and bottom of your board or kayak and then tightens in the middle...
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