'Mercury' Skate Design Reduces Fatigue, Joint Damage & Looks Awesome

By: Going Like Sixty - Published: Mar 22, 2009   Updated: Jun 14 2011 • References: pouyanm & tuvie
I've given up on the Hoverboard. Once I saw the Mercury skate, I realized that this was the cheap transportation of the future. And how about the fantastically awesome design?

Inline skaters know that a rough ride translates to heel and knee pain. The Mercury skate by Pouyan Mokhtarani features a raised frame with a damper and fixing system to minimize impact from bumps.

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