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RockBoard Descender - Off-Road Skateboard

By: on September 26, 2013
$69.99
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While RockBoard's Descender doesn't appear to be a wheeled vehicle suitable for the protruding roots and rocky drops of mountain bike trails, if its video is to be believed, it will serve as a smooth operator for anyone who wants to roll down a grassy knoll without hitting the bottom with a mouthful of zoysia. The off-road skateboard's heavy, conveyor-belt-like rollers and sturdy treads spit in the face of restrictions terrains not birthed from asphalt and concrete place on other boards.

In addition to grass, the Descender can navigate wooded paths, snow-covered hills, and plain old roads without biting it. Presuming the rider is over 8 years old, knows how to maneuver a skateboard, and has no existing inner ear disorders.

Thanks to Manny for passing along the Dude Product Tip way back when. Manny, what's up? Where are you, dude?

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The WalkCar - Laptop-Sized Super Car

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ONDA Cycle

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Hovertrax Auto-Balancing Transporter

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Tarus 2x2 ATV

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Wheelman 50cc Gas-Powered Skateboard

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Wheelman on the street. Wheelman on the grass. Wheelman on the beach. Wheelman past the Pee-wee Herman-clad cyclists at a whopping 26 mph. Oh what's that, padded spandex ass? Yeah, my speed is generated by a 50cc 2-stroke...

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Hoverboard

$3,775 from Hoverboard »

"Hoverboard meets Tesla" sounds a lot better than "one-wheeled electric transporter" so inventor Robert Bigler went with it. His Hoverboard Technologies is running a Kickstarter campaign for their personal roller, which...

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Big-O Stunt Skates

Despite their being shaped like big Os, I'm not sure about Big-O as a name for these stunt skates. I'm pretty sure if I were to try them, the words "Big O" would not be at the forefront of my mind. I'd call mine Big I...

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INU Folding Electric Scooter

$3,288 from INU »

The INU sounds cool. It's a completely connected folding scooter configured to send text messages, make a road movie, or take a selfie right from the handlebars. The folding mechanism is automatic and smartphone-controlled...

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GolfBoard

$6,500 from GolfBoard »

I'm sure serious, elitist golfers have long been wondering when their posh country clubs were going to figure out a way to incorporate skateboarding into their rolling 18 holes of pristine greens. Well, lads, this is...

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The Longboard Stroller

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Boosted Dual+ 2000W Electric Skateboard

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The Lunicycle

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