Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts

Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts
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Air-Trekkers - Extreme Jumping Stilts

Would you like to be able to run faster than a speeding bullet and leap tall buildings in a single bound? Well you almost can with a pair of these cool new Air-Trekker Jumping Stilts strapped to your legs. These futuristic jumping stilts are the latest innovation that combines the best of pogo sticks and stilts, giving you the ability to jump 8-10 feet into the air, run at speeds up to 20 MPH, and take huge strides up to 9 feet. Now try to imagine flipping, twisting, and performing other amazing tricks on them too all while getting a hardcore workout. A helmet and good health insurance are also strongly advised. Check out the video below to see some amazing stunts! Cool huh?

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Features

  • Lightest and most advanced jumping stilts available
  • Launches users up to 10 feet into the air - run at speeds of up to 20 mph
  • Carbon-fiber leaf springs store and return the energy you apply to them like individual pogo sticks
  • Made from the same lightweight aluminum-lithium alloy used in aircrafts
  • Futuristic stilts are strapped onto each leg, elevating the wearer 20" off the ground
  • Long-lasting rubber footpads ensure a cushioned landing and a firm grip on pavement
  • Snowboard-quality bindings secure each foot, while the calf cuffs adjust in height and tighten with hook-and-loop fasteners for a comfortable fit
  • Helmet and protective gear should be worn at all times.
  • Memorably featured during the closing ceremony of the 2008 Beijing Olympics
  • Invented by German aerospace engineer Alexander Bock
  • Size: 34" L x 16" W x 7" D - 7 lbs

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