RIGZ Snowboard Gear based in San Jose, California has created a new multipurpose snowboard strap aptly named the HIKIN’ RIG. Designed to stay on your snowboard as you ride the snowboard strap offers unique features when compared to other offerings in the market at the current time. To learn more watch the demonstration video below to see how the HIKIN’ RIG can help make carrying your snowboard that little easier.
The HIKIN’ RIG snowboard strap is now available to back via Kickstarter with earlybird pledges available from $25. If all goes well shipping throughout the United States is expected to commence next month during February 2019. The developing team behind HIKIN’ RIG explain more about its features and functionality.
– As a SHOULDER STRAP to carry your snowboard hands-free. The hands-free carrying style allows you to more safely hike up steep backcountry, walk up/down staircases. Save you hands for your other gear
– As a HAND STRAP to carry your snowboard like a duffel bag. Quickly pick up your snowboard and get moving using the duffel bag carry. You no longer need to wrap your fingers around the sharp edge of your snowboard to carry it
– As a FOOT SLING on the ski lift. Gone are the days when you had to let your snowboard hang when you’re on a ski lift without a foot rest. Avoid having the sharp edges of your snowboard cut your laces when you rest your snowboard on your boot
– As a STOMP PAD when skating Gone are the days when your foot slips off your board when you’re getting off the lift! Step on the HIKIN’ RIG and watch it stretch and contact your snowboard, giving you a grippy surface to rest your foot while skating
“The HIKIN’ RIG strap by RIGZ offers a new convenient, comfortable and natural way to hike with your snowboard. Cumbersome carrying cases and bulky accessories can slow you down. The HIKIN’ RIG was engineered to stay on your snowboard while you ride, making it unlike any strap on the market. Upgrade your snowboard set-up and ride with RIGZ.”
For more details jump over to the official HIKIN’ RIG Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
Source: KickstarterFiled Under: Gadgets News, Top News