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Boys and girls love to skateboard. For many, it is their main mode of transportation. The only thing they dislike about the sport other than possible cuts and scrapes is carrying boards when not riding along.

Solution: SLINGZ, the hands-free action sports strap for when riders are not on the move. Just hook two wheels and sling it across the back. It helps prevent forgetful riders leaving their equipment. It also deters theft. For $9.95, consider it cheap insurance. SLINGZ works with most boards and comes in camouflage, pink, red, and, black.

SLINGZ fits a variety of board-like products such as Razors, scooters and Ripstiks. It makes a great stocking stuffer or gift for kids, tweens and teens ? boy or girl. SLINGZ comes in camouflage, pink, red, and black and sells for $9.95. For more information or to order, visit A portion of the proceeds from every SLINGZ sale will be donated to the
Grind For Life Foundation – helping people with cancer.


ONE winner will receive a SLINGZ of their own.


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  1. My skateboarder is definitely my 14 year old son. When asked to do anything that will take away time from precious boarding, we receive “dirty” looks (which are denied) and lots of sighs. Lol.

  2. My son is the skateboarder. He always riding up and down the block trying out new tricks. He also always begs me to take him to the local skate park.

  3. The Skateboarder in our lives is a sunny-smiled Tomboyish sort who lives up a few houses and is always outside attempting a new trick on SOME skateboard, skates, razor,etc. She is such a fun kid and she would LOVE to have this item. I have a feeling she will get more into it now that she got one of the split type boards this summer. I am the ice supplier as we are the house on the bottom of the street! Bring it on Maddie!!!

    ejrichter60@ gmail dot com

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