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|01-18-2014 04:59 PM|
|andrewdod||that is awesome! i wonder how it would hold up to park riding. I'm sure a lot of amputees especially our soldiers would love to get back into the park. Non the less it is a great achievement that they are getting amputees back on the slopes tearing it up|
|01-18-2014 09:12 AM|
Originally Posted by chomps1211 View Post
|01-18-2014 08:53 AM|
That is just Soooo freakin' cool!
....And actually a bit comforting to know that type of traumatic injury doesn't have to mean the end of your snowboarding!!!!!!
|01-18-2014 06:24 AM|
Originally Posted by West Baden Iron View Post
It also reminds me a lot of mountaim bike tech. I bet you can put the price of that right now in the mid to higher end mountain bike range. Maybe a whole lot more cost wise, but I think that is a reasonable guess.
Not cheap but if you could use this I think it would happen. Not too mention, with gear like this, all people involved seem to find ways to get it into deserving hands.
|01-18-2014 03:41 AM|
|neni||Awsome example of determination and tech feasibility|
|01-18-2014 02:32 AM|
fuck you guys, now i guess i have to watch it.
I'll allow this mofo the use of the gopro.
|01-17-2014 11:06 PM|
Originally Posted by CassMT View Post
|01-17-2014 10:56 PM|
|West Baden Iron||
Awesome video. I wonder if he uses that for daily walking? He looked pretty proficient skating.
Hopefully that can be produced reasonably to get a lot amputees back on the slopes.
|01-17-2014 10:53 PM|
|tonicusa||Love the James Bond music. The video had moments that felt like animation at times because it was so surreal.|
|01-17-2014 10:37 PM|
|killclimbz||I absolutely love it. This is where this sort of tech is money well spent.|
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