The golf-grip was designed to train the user to learn the perfect grip, with its ergonomic design, through muscle memory. Whilst easy to install the grip will quickly help reduce hooking, slicing and re-gripping (the 3 most common problems that can affect a golfer’s swing). With repeated use the brain will automatically begin to use the right grip, even once the aid is removed. What makes the golf-grip different is; its ease of installation; effectiveness; pocket size; discreetness; comfort.
Aroc is a racing sledge with a unique steering mechanism that feels like riding a motorbike. By leaning to the side, the mobile body can turn in its centre axis and allow the waisted runners to tilt over, enabling carved turns. The designers sought to create a new feeling when riding a sledge and to embed these emotions into the design. The look is modern and dynamic and, despite the complex structure, very clean.
"Xporter Neo" was developed to carrying smartphone in a state which increase its utilities. Nowadays, smart devices are not only essential to the everyday life, but also provides many functions available for sport and outdoor use. Services like manage training data with APP, jogging route escorted by GPS etc, all these make sport activities more effectively. With the use of "Xporter Neo", smartphones' wearability and stability can be improve with the use of the shock cord which stabilise smartphones to both body or hand for any activity scenes.
Ecto Handplanes upcycle broken surfboards into thrilling high speed bodysurfing devices known as handplanes, or handboards. Bodysurfers are able to utilise the smooth glass surface and buoyancy of the Ecto Handplane to increase their speed and control whilst skimming across all types of waves. Designed with a uniquely refined shape that is the ideal volume for bodysurfing.