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Kettle Gryp

Kettle Gryp is a genius solution, a handle that turns dumbbells into kettlebells! When travelling, hotel gyms normally only have dumbbells, but if you like working out with kettlebells, this smartly-designed add on turns ordinary dumbbells into kettlebells in seconds. Simply clamp the latching mechanism around a dumbbell handle, snap the latch closed, and get to swinging. It weighs less than a pound, and is small enough to pack in a suitcase. watch the video below

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PADDLE AND SURFBOARD TRAILER

Mule Transport Products have invented a trailer, to carry your surfgear, composed of a nose and tail piece connected together with a durable clip and cinch down. The Mule is a unique way to transport your shortboard, longboard, or Stand up Paddle board, you can walk with the trailer or pull it behind your bicycle. It installs and breaks down in seconds and fits in a small case which is included....
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KANA SURFBOARDS INSPIRED BY WORLD WAR II FIGHTER PLANES | Image

KANA SURFBOARDS INSPIRED BY WORLD WAR II FIGHTER PLANES

These are part of the new collection of Kana Surfboards inspired by the World war II fighter planes, The P-51 series is aggressive, sturdy and lightweight. These vacuum sandwich epoxy wave riding boards are built to resist any surfing conditions....
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SIDE PROJECT SKATEBOARDS

We are loving these handmade, vintage-inspired skateboards by Side Project Skateboards. Taking inspiration from the skate culture in the early 60s, each board is handcrafted from start to finish using found and recovered hardwoods, with each one bearing its own unique profile and wood pattern, ensuring no two boards are alike. The boards are handmade in Houston, Texas, in limited quantities, and are available as deck only or as a complete skateboard. via...
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