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Gared GP10G72DM Pro Jam Basketball System BLACK POST / CLEAR BACKBOARD 6 SQUARE POST  W/  48 EXTENSION
Gared GP10G72DM Pro Jam Basketball System BLACK POST / CLEAR BACKBOARD 6 SQUARE POST W/ 48 EXTENSION
Gared Pro Jam Adjustable Basketball System with Glass Backboard Model #: GP10G72DM Play like the pros in your own backyard with the Gared Pro Series Adjustable Basketball Systems. Height adjustment actuator mechanism allows board to easily adjust from 7 1/2' to regulation 10'. Large actuator with 90 degree handle makes it easy for all ages to raise and lower the system. Square heavy-gauge steel post with 3/16 wall thickness provides superior strength and durability. Bolt-to-ground post design allows for no-hassle installation and portability of unit. Post is powder-coated black for protection against harsh weather elements. Heavy tubular lower arm provides a direct-goal attachment for backboard and rim. Backboard braces extend to outer corners of the backboard, allowing for a clear, unobstructed view during play. Backboard has a heavy steel welded uniframe with direct mount attachment for extra support and safer play. Board features a white target and border and square corners for a professional, arena-style look. Heavy-duty breakaway goal with nylon net stands up to any level of competitive play. Board Padding and Pole Padding not included. GP10G72DM Pro Jam System Includes: - 6 square with 48 extension - Heavy 2 x 5 tubular lower arm with direct-goal attachment - Backboard braces extending to outer corners of board - BB72G50HH 42 x 72 x 1/2 glass backboard - 2000+ Gared Collegiate breakaway goal with nylon net
$2140 Go to
Epic Sports
G3 Synapse Carbon 101 Ski One Color, 165cm
G3 Synapse Carbon 101 Ski One Color, 165cm
Do you ever forgo bindings and staple your boots directly to your skis? Go beardless all winter long to cut down on the ounces? Frequently ski naked, just to keep things light? If you answered yes to any of these questions, take a peek at the G3 Synapse Carbon 101 Ski, an ultralight (under five pounds) freeride ski that eats powder for breakfast, mops up variable conditions for lunch, and finishes it off with some edgy hardpack performance. Built using G3's Carbon Stealth Construction--quadraxial and triaxial carbon-fiber laminates above and below the poplar and paulownia core--the Synapse is designed to be super versatile, with a 101mm waist, low camber underfoot, and early rise in the tip and tail. The tip rise is much more pronounced than in the tail, making it easy to start turns and float up and over powder, the subtle tail rocker lets you lock into and break out of turns with ease, and the cambered section bites into hardpack and helps you navigate the sketchy conditions that are an inevitable part of backcountry skiing. To keep weight down even more, G3 designed the Synapse with a Stealth Razor edge profile, which reduces the edge mass wherever necessary, without compromising durability. The sidewalls are made of a combination of bombproof ABS and TPU for durability and ultra-efficient power transfer, and G3 also threw in a short Titanal layer under the foot for a bit of stiffness and plenty of binding retention. The whole package is topped off with Rockwell C48 steel edges, P-Tex 2000 Electra sintered bases, and UV- and scratch-resistant bases to keep your boards looking so fresh and so clean.
$870 Go to
Backcountry.com
G3 Empire Carbon 115 Ski One Color, 175cm
G3 Empire Carbon 115 Ski One Color, 175cm
If you're going to take over the mountains, you'll need some throne-ready sticks like the G3 Empire Carbon 115 Ski. It's a full-fledged pow ski built in G3's lightweight tradition, with a 115mm waist that's right in the big-mountain, deep-snow sweet spot and a fully rockered construction that's surfy, drifty, and guaranteed to put a big fat smile on your face. And, since it's G3, you can bet that the Empire's just about as light as they come; indeed, it weighs only 3lbs 10oz, making it 20% lighter than last year's Empire and putting in squarely in a class with the lightest powder skis on the market. Given the name, it shouldn't be surprising that the Empire's lightness is due primarily to its carbon construction. A sheet of triaxial carbon fiber is laid up on either side of the light and lively poplar and paulownia wood core, giving the Empire plenty of stiffness and torsional rigidity to keep things stable when you're hitting highway speeds. It also has two sheets of Titanal and burly ABS sidewalls to provide a backbone that lets the Empire handle variable conditions without breaking a sweat. All this gives it surprising effectiveness on hardpack, where the Rockwell C48 steel edges bite in and don't let go until you release the rockered tail. Each turn is smooth, consistent, and predictable, too, since the rockered profile smooths out bumps, floats through pow, and makes it easy to engage and disengage edges, letting you rally the Empire as hard as you want without worry. No wonder it's won awards from just about every ski-reviewing publication out there.
$910 Go to
Backcountry.com
G3 ZenOxide Carbon 88 Ski One Color, 185cm
G3 ZenOxide Carbon 88 Ski One Color, 185cm
The new ZenOxide Carbon 88 Ski is the smallest plank in G3's award-winning ZenOxide lineup, but it can still handle its business in everything from springtime corn to wind-affected chunder to variable alpine snow. It also, unsurprisingly, crushes it on the skinner and bootpack, making it the preferred choice for folks who enjoy the adventure on the way up as much as on the way down. G3's most mountaineering-ready ski, the ZenOxide 88 is also the lightest ski the company offers-- at just 2. 5lbs per ski, it's six ounces lighter than the ZenOxide 93--but it has the same tough half-cap construction that utilizes ABS/TPU sidewalls to direct power to the edges so you can crush hardpack, chop, and suncaps with style. Just like its big brother, it sports a carbon-fiber cap and two triaxial carbon-fiber laminates that give it the rigidity and stiffness to charge and the lightness to make super-short work of the skin track, so you can tack on lap after lap without working your legs to smithereens. All the carbon is wrapped around a paulownia and poplar wood core that gives the ZenOxide the smooth flex, lively feel, and responsive characteristics to rally down any pitch, and the ski is also outfitted with a Titanal mounting plate for strong and reliable binding installation, Because the ZenOxide is designed to conquer the variable conditions that come with alpine objectives and distant summits, it features a solid amount of traditional camber underfoot, but still rocks an early-rise tip that lets it cruise over soft snow and chop without getting hung up. The tough steel edges and P-Tex base give it the grit to handle hard alpine snow and the speed to make untouched descents mind-blowingly fun, making the ZenOxide 88 one of the most exciting and versatile ultralight skis on the market. Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE ...
$780 Go to
Backcountry.com
G3 Synapse Carbon 109 Ski One Color, 185cm
G3 Synapse Carbon 109 Ski One Color, 185cm
G3 might have sold its soul to the devil to make the Synapse Carbon 109 Ski as light, stiff, and versatile as it is, but ski it once and you'll think it was probably a pretty good deal for G3. The biggest, burliest ski in the Synapse family, the 109 is designed to crush powder, big lines, and steep descents, but it can handle hardpack and crud like a champion, which is just the way G3 wanted it; you'll be up, down, and heading up again by the time other schmoes are leaving the parking lot. At just over three pounds, it makes short work of skin tracks, bootpacks, and long approaches, but does so without compromising even a smidgen of performance on the descent. It has a light, energetic poplar and paulownia wood core that's laid up with two sheets of carbon fiber to keep it stiff enough to handle rough snow, with ABS and TPU sidewalls to direct plenty of power to the burly steel edges when things get a little dicey. In addition to the carbon fiber, the Synapse keeps weight down via its Stealth Razor edge profile, which keeps the core thinner near the edges, reducing weight where possible without sacrificing durability and stiffness. The shape of the Synapse is also worthdiscussing, as it features a highly rockered tip, minimally rockered section underfoot, and early rise tail that provide a supreme combination of float in the deep and edge grip on firm snow, with equal measures of surfiness and directional feel so you can get playful or point the Synapse and charge. The base is made of tough P-Tex 2000 to handle the occasional ding, and there's even a Titanal plate under the binding zone to ensure rugged mounts and serious binding retention. If there's a harder-charging, lighter ski out there, well, we haven't found it yet.
$900 Go to
Backcountry.com