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Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes

Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes

Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
Skyrunner Adult Kangaroo Shoes Men Jumping Stilts Men Women Fitness Exercise (155~200 Ibs/70~90kg) Bouncing Shoes
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Features

  • Certification: SGS and CE,it indicate this jump stilts is safe to play
  • Load Range:Weight: 155~200 Ibs/70~90kg
  • Manufactured By:Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Special Product's Supplier
  • DHL / EMS SHIPPING,N.W:7 KG
  • It is newest and popular sports gear in the world

Description

Skyrunner is defined mainly by a flat spring controlled upon deformation, so that the result is a straight movement relative to the ground. With the riser's functional principle, depressive spring characteristic and backward movement of the force point during deformation are achieved. This supports the natural force point movement in the heels direction at higher loads and allows the runner to transpose his optimal jumping energy. Hence, you can really fly! Skyrunner is recommended... A. Incredible experience through exciting sports is never seen before in the entertainment world. B. Cultivate the new sprit of adventure to young people. C. Train child's mind and body who is worn out by hard study or on-line game. D. Good for loosing weight (by reducing fatty deposit, waistline, buttocks, calf diameter) and physical exercise. E. Increase HDL-C(High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol) and reduces THR(Total Cholesterol & High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Rate) F. Build up the lower torso Effect A. Stress killer. Sporting activity removes stress. - but attention: Don't exercise too much, because also that may produce stress. Relax and do your open air laps with the Skyrunner and vary the intensity as you like. Soon your mind became clear again and you will have free capacity for the essential things of your life. B. Time saving. To fight effectively against stress normally you would need a regular and time demanding training! These times have gone by! With the Skyrunner the stress reducing effect happens yet after only 5 minutes. You will be enthusiastic and relaxed in no time! C. Increase enporphins. With the Skyrunner that happens yet after only 3 minutes. Your motivation will increase enormously. D. Good for loosing weight (by reducing fatty deposit, waistline, buttocks, calf diameter) and physical exercise. E. Increase HDL-C (High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol) and reduces THR (Total Cholesterol & High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Rate).


Item Weight: 20 pounds


Shipping Weight: 20.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00M3Y8ZFS


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,536 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #6 in Recreational Stilts


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Features

  • Certification: SGS and CE,it indicate this jump stilts is safe to play
  • Load Range:Weight: 155~200 Ibs/70~90kg
  • Manufactured By:Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Special Product's Supplier
  • DHL / EMS SHIPPING,N.W:7 KG
  • It is newest and popular sports gear in the world

Description

Skyrunner is defined mainly by a flat spring controlled upon deformation, so that the result is a straight movement relative to the ground. With the riser's functional principle, depressive spring characteristic and backward movement of the force point during deformation are achieved. This supports the natural force point movement in the heels direction at higher loads and allows the runner to transpose his optimal jumping energy. Hence, you can really fly! Skyrunner is recommended... A. Incredible experience through exciting sports is never seen before in the entertainment world. B. Cultivate the new sprit of adventure to young people. C. Train child's mind and body who is worn out by hard study or on-line game. D. Good for loosing weight (by reducing fatty deposit, waistline, buttocks, calf diameter) and physical exercise. E. Increase HDL-C(High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol) and reduces THR(Total Cholesterol & High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Rate) F. Build up the lower torso Effect A. Stress killer. Sporting activity removes stress. - but attention: Don't exercise too much, because also that may produce stress. Relax and do your open air laps with the Skyrunner and vary the intensity as you like. Soon your mind became clear again and you will have free capacity for the essential things of your life. B. Time saving. To fight effectively against stress normally you would need a regular and time demanding training! These times have gone by! With the Skyrunner the stress reducing effect happens yet after only 5 minutes. You will be enthusiastic and relaxed in no time! C. Increase enporphins. With the Skyrunner that happens yet after only 3 minutes. Your motivation will increase enormously. D. Good for loosing weight (by reducing fatty deposit, waistline, buttocks, calf diameter) and physical exercise. E. Increase HDL-C (High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol) and reduces THR (Total Cholesterol & High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Rate).


Item Weight: 20 pounds


Shipping Weight: 20.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00M3Y8ZFS


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,536 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #6 in Recreational Stilts


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Delivery

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Features

  • Certification: SGS and CE,it indicate this jump stilts is safe to play
  • Load Range:Weight: 155~200 Ibs/70~90kg
  • Manufactured By:Beijing 2008 Olympic Games Special Product's Supplier
  • DHL / EMS SHIPPING,N.W:7 KG
  • It is newest and popular sports gear in the world

Description

Skyrunner is defined mainly by a flat spring controlled upon deformation, so that the result is a straight movement relative to the ground. With the riser's functional principle, depressive spring characteristic and backward movement of the force point during deformation are achieved. This supports the natural force point movement in the heels direction at higher loads and allows the runner to transpose his optimal jumping energy. Hence, you can really fly! Skyrunner is recommended... A. Incredible experience through exciting sports is never seen before in the entertainment world. B. Cultivate the new sprit of adventure to young people. C. Train child's mind and body who is worn out by hard study or on-line game. D. Good for loosing weight (by reducing fatty deposit, waistline, buttocks, calf diameter) and physical exercise. E. Increase HDL-C(High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol) and reduces THR(Total Cholesterol & High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Rate) F. Build up the lower torso Effect A. Stress killer. Sporting activity removes stress. - but attention: Don't exercise too much, because also that may produce stress. Relax and do your open air laps with the Skyrunner and vary the intensity as you like. Soon your mind became clear again and you will have free capacity for the essential things of your life. B. Time saving. To fight effectively against stress normally you would need a regular and time demanding training! These times have gone by! With the Skyrunner the stress reducing effect happens yet after only 5 minutes. You will be enthusiastic and relaxed in no time! C. Increase enporphins. With the Skyrunner that happens yet after only 3 minutes. Your motivation will increase enormously. D. Good for loosing weight (by reducing fatty deposit, waistline, buttocks, calf diameter) and physical exercise. E. Increase HDL-C (High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol) and reduces THR (Total Cholesterol & High Density Lipoprotein Cholesterol Rate).


Item Weight: 20 pounds


Shipping Weight: 20.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


ASIN: B00M3Y8ZFS


Customer Reviews:


Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #88,536 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) #6 in Recreational Stilts


abunda_amazon_reviews I recently purchased these. I didn't find the learning curve too bad. By my second try I was able to get up starting on the ground rather than an elevated platform, walk around, bounce a little, and jog. These are a tremendous amount of fun and a lot of exercise. Maybe I'm just out of shape or old (just turned 38), but for me I was getting tired after about 10-15 minutes. I felt like I was at the gym for an hour and I didn't just feel it in my legs as you would expect. I felt it in my core, back, hips, legs, etc. It was crazy! Now for a review of the product itself. Overall it appears to be well made and sturdy. Definitely make sure you get one for your weight, as I could see it being tough to flex if you're too light. The reason for only four stars: The straps are not ideal as was mentioned before. They are not the easiest to get tight and the buckle by the knee can dig into your leg. As mentioned in another review, I may consider replacing the buckles on the feet with snowboard binding straps. I could see that working well. Also, the bar across the front of the upper shin, just below the knee is not the most comfortable. I would recommend getting some knee pads to wear. I got some off of amazon that just fit between my legs and the bars. They may be a little thick and I might downsize but for now they work well enough. Most if not all of these complaints appear to have been fixed in the newest 2018 version (I ordered these before I saw it). The straps are different and the knee bar is gone. Other than those two issues, I'm quite happy with my purchase and I plan to spend a lot of time goofing around on them this summer!;;Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2018;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Holy crap this is fun!;;K. Miller;;/gp/customer-reviews/RK8SJF9KWJJ92/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00M3Y8ZFS;;;I broke my wrist on a fall with these but you bet I'll be right back on these in twelve weeks.;;Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Use at your own risk!;;M-Spizzle;;/gp/customer-reviews/RD1C4L3HKO58M/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00M3Y8ZFS;;;So they took exactly one week to get here wich was great the seller is very prompt in answering any questions unfortunately I had to have my appendix removed the day they came in but the next day after surgery I was able to try them in my house than across the street where they had a long building for me to walk along.ive had no trouble with the straps I wear 2 pair of knee supports a pair of pants and knee pads on the outside of my pants if you strap on nice and snug after about 5 minutes they become an extension of your own body they were way easier to get used to than I expected from reading all the reviews.i think most people trouble is that they don't take the time to learn to put them on well.also I didn't find them exhausting to where even with a 10 hr old surgery !!I will be buying the new models next week out of sheer curiosity I recommend 100% the most fun in years they look cool as all hell and everybody wants to talk to you about them hell you even hold up traffic sometimes lol buy them trust me!! You will not regret it.;;Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;The coolest thing I've ever owned;;william barron;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1CI8H52X4HCPA/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00M3Y8ZFS;;;I bought these several months ago on a whim and have not in the slightest regretted my choice. They're an awesome workout, not necessarily a muscle building workout, but more like full body cardio. Don't be fooled, these get your whole system going hard fast. With a few months of practice, I've been able to run at 20 miles per hour and jump straight up nearly 5 feet into the air. Dangerous? Very. Fun? Absolutely. The looks I get from strangers are something else. Every time I wear them I hear someone ask what they are and if I can do a backflip (I can't, sadly.) My only issues with these are as follows: 1. Where the lever connects to the lower part of the spring, there is a simple hard rubber bushing that, if you bottom out (land hard enough to use all of the spring's travel), can break and fall out, allowing the plastic piece around the nut that connects this lever to the spring to rub against the spring itself, wearing on the rubber coating over the spring and significantly softening the spring in use, making it easier to bottom out. The only solution I have found is to reinsert it from the top of the joint, but if you bottom out again, the bushing will back out again and will have to be pushed right back in. 2. The straps have a tendency to fray from the ends. 3. Replacement parts are exceedingly difficult to find, even wear items like the hooves (feet). Overall, I would recommend to anyone fit and reasonably able to use a trampoline. They're very easy to learn to use, but difficult to master. It took me only a few hours of fiddling with them in an empty basketball court to figure them out. Soon enough it's second nature. I would not recommend this to anyone that isn't in decent shape as they require a deal of rapid reactionary movements to make use of them, and their weight makes this a little harder than you would think.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2020;;4.0 out of 5 stars;;Wild, skill-building fun, but with one flaw.;;Ham Planet;;/gp/customer-reviews/RYNRAM9XKLAJB/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00M3Y8ZFS;;;The instruction manual that comes with these tells you not to tinker with any parts outside of adjustment since they are made from high quality materials. Malarkey that is. The original straps and even more so buckles (sinches rather) are cheap. Real cheap. One of the sinches broke the first time I tried to put it on. I’ve now replaced the all the straps and added actual buckles so that they hold more tightly, and don’t take 7 years to take on and off. After all that complaining, if you aren’t willing to tinker with these, don’t buy them. But if you are, dang what fun these things are. They require a lot of practice, are REALLY tiring, and make traversing hills really tricky (change in grade is the hardest thing to overcome when starting), but I think when modified and taken slow, these are some of the most fun you can have with an hour on a sunny day. Especially wear knee pads and gloves. You won’t really get why until you fall. I’ve not fallen backwards yet, but I’m sure elbow pads and a helmet is best for that front.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Saves a custom build... barely. But lots of fun.;;Jason K;;/gp/customer-reviews/R21LQ7GR86VNT4/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00M3Y8ZFS

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Top Amazon Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By K. Miller - Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2018
Holy crap this is fun!
I recently purchased these. I didn't find the learning curve too bad. By my second try I was able to get up starting on the ground rather than an elevated platform, walk around, bounce a little, and jog. These are a tremendous amount of fun and a lot of exercise. Maybe I'm just out of shape or old (just turned 38), but for me I was getting tired after about 10-15 minutes. I felt like I was at the gym for an hour and I didn't just feel it in my legs as you would expect. I felt it in my core, back, hips, legs, etc. It was crazy! Now for a review of the product itself. Overall it appears to be well made and sturdy. Definitely make sure you get one for your weight, as I could see it being tough to flex if you're too light. The reason for only four stars: The straps are not ideal as was mentioned before. They are not the easiest to get tight and the buckle by the knee can dig into your leg. As mentioned in another review, I may consider replacing the buckles on the feet with snowboard binding straps. I could see that working well. Also, the bar across the front of the upper shin, just below the knee is not the most comfortable. I would recommend getting some knee pads to wear. I got some off of amazon that just fit between my legs and the bars. They may be a little thick and I might downsize but for now they work well enough. Most if not all of these complaints appear to have been fixed in the newest 2018 version (I ordered these before I saw it). The straps are different and the knee bar is gone. Other than those two issues, I'm quite happy with my purchase and I plan to spend a lot of time goofing around on them this summer!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By M-Spizzle - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
Use at your own risk!
I broke my wrist on a fall with these but you bet I'll be right back on these in twelve weeks.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By william barron - Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2018
The coolest thing I've ever owned
So they took exactly one week to get here wich was great the seller is very prompt in answering any questions unfortunately I had to have my appendix removed the day they came in but the next day after surgery I was able to try them in my house than across the street where they had a long building for me to walk along.ive had no trouble with the straps I wear 2 pair of knee supports a pair of pants and knee pads on the outside of my pants if you strap on nice and snug after about 5 minutes they become an extension of your own body they were way easier to get used to than I expected from reading all the reviews.i think most people trouble is that they don't take the time to learn to put them on well.also I didn't find them exhausting to where even with a 10 hr old surgery !!I will be buying the new models next week out of sheer curiosity I recommend 100% the most fun in years they look cool as all hell and everybody wants to talk to you about them hell you even hold up traffic sometimes lol buy them trust me!! You will not regret it.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ham Planet - Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2020
Wild, skill-building fun, but with one flaw.
I bought these several months ago on a whim and have not in the slightest regretted my choice. They're an awesome workout, not necessarily a muscle building workout, but more like full body cardio. Don't be fooled, these get your whole system going hard fast. With a few months of practice, I've been able to run at 20 miles per hour and jump straight up nearly 5 feet into the air. Dangerous? Very. Fun? Absolutely. The looks I get from strangers are something else. Every time I wear them I hear someone ask what they are and if I can do a backflip (I can't, sadly.) My only issues with these are as follows: 1. Where the lever connects to the lower part of the spring, there is a simple hard rubber bushing that, if you bottom out (land hard enough to use all of the spring's travel), can break and fall out, allowing the plastic piece around the nut that connects this lever to the spring to rub against the spring itself, wearing on the rubber coating over the spring and significantly softening the spring in use, making it easier to bottom out. The only solution I have found is to reinsert it from the top of the joint, but if you bottom out again, the bushing will back out again and will have to be pushed right back in. 2. The straps have a tendency to fray from the ends. 3. Replacement parts are exceedingly difficult to find, even wear items like the hooves (feet). Overall, I would recommend to anyone fit and reasonably able to use a trampoline. They're very easy to learn to use, but difficult to master. It took me only a few hours of fiddling with them in an empty basketball court to figure them out. Soon enough it's second nature. I would not recommend this to anyone that isn't in decent shape as they require a deal of rapid reactionary movements to make use of them, and their weight makes this a little harder than you would think.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jason K - Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2020
Saves a custom build... barely. But lots of fun.
The instruction manual that comes with these tells you not to tinker with any parts outside of adjustment since they are made from high quality materials. Malarkey that is. The original straps and even more so buckles (sinches rather) are cheap. Real cheap. One of the sinches broke the first time I tried to put it on. I’ve now replaced the all the straps and added actual buckles so that they hold more tightly, and don’t take 7 years to take on and off. After all that complaining, if you aren’t willing to tinker with these, don’t buy them. But if you are, dang what fun these things are. They require a lot of practice, are REALLY tiring, and make traversing hills really tricky (change in grade is the hardest thing to overcome when starting), but I think when modified and taken slow, these are some of the most fun you can have with an hour on a sunny day. Especially wear knee pads and gloves. You won’t really get why until you fall. I’ve not fallen backwards yet, but I’m sure elbow pads and a helmet is best for that front.

Recent Reviews


4.0 out of 5 stars
By K. Miller - Reviewed in the United States on June 2, 2018
Holy crap this is fun!
I recently purchased these. I didn't find the learning curve too bad. By my second try I was able to get up starting on the ground rather than an elevated platform, walk around, bounce a little, and jog. These are a tremendous amount of fun and a lot of exercise. Maybe I'm just out of shape or old (just turned 38), but for me I was getting tired after about 10-15 minutes. I felt like I was at the gym for an hour and I didn't just feel it in my legs as you would expect. I felt it in my core, back, hips, legs, etc. It was crazy! Now for a review of the product itself. Overall it appears to be well made and sturdy. Definitely make sure you get one for your weight, as I could see it being tough to flex if you're too light. The reason for only four stars: The straps are not ideal as was mentioned before. They are not the easiest to get tight and the buckle by the knee can dig into your leg. As mentioned in another review, I may consider replacing the buckles on the feet with snowboard binding straps. I could see that working well. Also, the bar across the front of the upper shin, just below the knee is not the most comfortable. I would recommend getting some knee pads to wear. I got some off of amazon that just fit between my legs and the bars. They may be a little thick and I might downsize but for now they work well enough. Most if not all of these complaints appear to have been fixed in the newest 2018 version (I ordered these before I saw it). The straps are different and the knee bar is gone. Other than those two issues, I'm quite happy with my purchase and I plan to spend a lot of time goofing around on them this summer!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By M-Spizzle - Reviewed in the United States on July 30, 2017
Use at your own risk!
I broke my wrist on a fall with these but you bet I'll be right back on these in twelve weeks.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By william barron - Reviewed in the United States on June 24, 2018
The coolest thing I've ever owned
So they took exactly one week to get here wich was great the seller is very prompt in answering any questions unfortunately I had to have my appendix removed the day they came in but the next day after surgery I was able to try them in my house than across the street where they had a long building for me to walk along.ive had no trouble with the straps I wear 2 pair of knee supports a pair of pants and knee pads on the outside of my pants if you strap on nice and snug after about 5 minutes they become an extension of your own body they were way easier to get used to than I expected from reading all the reviews.i think most people trouble is that they don't take the time to learn to put them on well.also I didn't find them exhausting to where even with a 10 hr old surgery !!I will be buying the new models next week out of sheer curiosity I recommend 100% the most fun in years they look cool as all hell and everybody wants to talk to you about them hell you even hold up traffic sometimes lol buy them trust me!! You will not regret it.

4.0 out of 5 stars
By Ham Planet - Reviewed in the United States on January 11, 2020
Wild, skill-building fun, but with one flaw.
I bought these several months ago on a whim and have not in the slightest regretted my choice. They're an awesome workout, not necessarily a muscle building workout, but more like full body cardio. Don't be fooled, these get your whole system going hard fast. With a few months of practice, I've been able to run at 20 miles per hour and jump straight up nearly 5 feet into the air. Dangerous? Very. Fun? Absolutely. The looks I get from strangers are something else. Every time I wear them I hear someone ask what they are and if I can do a backflip (I can't, sadly.) My only issues with these are as follows: 1. Where the lever connects to the lower part of the spring, there is a simple hard rubber bushing that, if you bottom out (land hard enough to use all of the spring's travel), can break and fall out, allowing the plastic piece around the nut that connects this lever to the spring to rub against the spring itself, wearing on the rubber coating over the spring and significantly softening the spring in use, making it easier to bottom out. The only solution I have found is to reinsert it from the top of the joint, but if you bottom out again, the bushing will back out again and will have to be pushed right back in. 2. The straps have a tendency to fray from the ends. 3. Replacement parts are exceedingly difficult to find, even wear items like the hooves (feet). Overall, I would recommend to anyone fit and reasonably able to use a trampoline. They're very easy to learn to use, but difficult to master. It took me only a few hours of fiddling with them in an empty basketball court to figure them out. Soon enough it's second nature. I would not recommend this to anyone that isn't in decent shape as they require a deal of rapid reactionary movements to make use of them, and their weight makes this a little harder than you would think.

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jason K - Reviewed in the United States on January 22, 2020
Saves a custom build... barely. But lots of fun.
The instruction manual that comes with these tells you not to tinker with any parts outside of adjustment since they are made from high quality materials. Malarkey that is. The original straps and even more so buckles (sinches rather) are cheap. Real cheap. One of the sinches broke the first time I tried to put it on. I’ve now replaced the all the straps and added actual buckles so that they hold more tightly, and don’t take 7 years to take on and off. After all that complaining, if you aren’t willing to tinker with these, don’t buy them. But if you are, dang what fun these things are. They require a lot of practice, are REALLY tiring, and make traversing hills really tricky (change in grade is the hardest thing to overcome when starting), but I think when modified and taken slow, these are some of the most fun you can have with an hour on a sunny day. Especially wear knee pads and gloves. You won’t really get why until you fall. I’ve not fallen backwards yet, but I’m sure elbow pads and a helmet is best for that front.