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Air-Trekker Jumping Stilts CZ80 Extreme Edition 175-196 lbs


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The biggest technological upgrade in the jumping stilt industry - in 8 years! Why are the CZs so much better than any other jumping stilt? For years 99% of all jumping stilts were made by (2) authorized global manufacturers. Most parts on ALL jumping stilts were virtually the same. (Look - they are!) Until now!!! The Air-Trekker CZs now trump all existing jumping stilts models in quality and performance. Nothing is even close. Literally one of the coolest pieces of sporting equipment available to mankind! The lightest most advanced jumping stilts on the planet ..CZ-A ADULT (also see the new Air-Trekker CZ-A EXTREME Model listed separately). Jump up to 3-5 meters high. Run over 20 miles per hour. The newest technology at the best prices on the globe. New Spring Manufacturing Technology Hi-Tech nanometer: delivers small volume light weight ultra-responsive with good elasticity. Durable foam knee bar with NEW protective straps. Brand is distributed exclusively under royalty terms of German aerospace engineer Alexander Boeck. These are spring loaded top quality jumping stilts available directly from the importer/licensee at the lowest prices on the planet. VIP: As a beginner you should buy IN your weight category. Just stay in your weight category .and your CZs will come alive. They bend super easy yet shoot you up with power and speed. For Example: If your weight is 142 pounds you should buy the CZ60s. If your weight is 185 pounds you should buy the CZ80s. You should be at least 140 pounds to enjoy the Adult Model CZs. The CZ frame is completely redesigned: New materials and shape: High strength aluminum lithium. (Same material used to create the space shuttle gas tank.) While the M115 is simply extruded/bent aluminum. The CZ does not have an aluminum sleeve on the lower leg for weight reduction. The CZ\'s support brace under the footplate was redesigned as 145 degree tubular arc which reduces the concussion of external force on the spring. It s also much li

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  • Item Weight: 41 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 41 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004RE187E
  • Item model number: CZ80-Extreme
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #773,658 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By M. YEM on May 13, 2013
If you think you're just going to strap them on and start catching air, think again. There's a process of learning how to put them on, take them off, what clothes to wear, how to wear them with protective pads, how to use clamps and bracing -- that's before you attempt a single jump. Then you try to walk while holding onto the wall -- if you possess an iota of coordination, you'll walk within minutes. I found it good walk in circles around my park and grab onto stop signs, which you'll be the same height with. After clocking in a mile or so of just straight walking, you'll figure out where the stilts are rubbing on your legs. Readjust everything. I found that long workout pants with my Vans shoes work the best. Still, I got raw spots and bruises from bindings sliding around.

Then try to jump, one foot at a time. It's pretty easy, but you'll quickly realize how stiff your stilts are. Basically, you'll spend at least a week breaking them in, probably longer. During this time, walk, do small jumps, and practice falling down. Wear gloves and definitely elbow pads.

After that you can probably attempt running. By this time you will have learned what impact stilts have on your knees, core, lower back. There's a sweet spot of how straight your leg should be and how far you should bend it coming down from a jump. When you start running, it's probably the best high-intensity interval workout you'll get, bar P90X. You're basically dragging 20 lb weights on your feet while keeping your core, legs, and knees stabilized, while booking 20 miles an hour. I can't do more that a quarter mile sprint in these things, but once I get up to speed, I pass cars.

The build is very solid, but directions suck.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Michael A. Ciuffo on November 6, 2012
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I don't usually write reviews, but I figured that with the relatively high price and low amount of information on jumping stilts, it would be worth it this time.

These stilts are very well constructed. They have a solid feel, and when everything is strapped down tight, they feel like an extension of your body.

The only reason I'm giving these a 4 star review is because there is very *very* little information both in the packaging and online for how these things are supposed to be used. The user manual is laughably bad offering little more instruction than "put on stilts, start jumping". For example, nowhere in the package did it say which side of the stilt the binding ratchets were supposed to go. Most images have two identical stilts with the ratchets on the same side (I found that they work best on the outside).

Another critical aspect is adjustment of the knee braces. This model offers a much more versatile and easily adjustable knee-strap which I hear is a marked improvement over the previous model, but it presents the problem of properly aligning the stilts. The adjustments on the knee brace allow you to move your knee left and right relative to the rest of the stilt. If your knee isn't properly aligned, then you will be torquing your knee joint sideways every time you jump. I find that they work best when the foot pads on the bottom of the stills lie slightly outside your feet as you stand.

As far as jumping goes, it's really unusual how they work. There is a very precise "sweet spot" that you need to hit to have a good comfortable jump (and not have the stilts shoot out in front of you which is hell on your knees). In my (limited) experience, I think it's best to almost straighten your legs every time you hit the ground.
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