Poweriser Jumping Stilt Classic 158-198 lbs
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The stilts themselves seem to be very solid and well built. The strap that goes behind the knee could be a little thicker, so I might do a bit of custom modifications. Aside from that, loving them.
It's a bit daunting at first, but once you get the hang of them and you gain confidence it gets easier. There are some great instructional videos online for some of the basics, but it's really all feel. The stilts themselves are solid and well made, and so far I haven't had any issues with comfort while wearing them (though I will admit the Advanced model is a bit more comfortable). They're also easy to adjust for different leg lengths.
Aside from getting a lot of stares and doing cool tricks, even just walking for ten minutes with these things is a workout. If you're looking for a good leg workout that's a bit different...give these things a try. I'm working up to being able to go jogging in these!
Five stars for something fun and different that's also really well made.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
These are the coldest thing by far. My daughter loves loves them. Made very well.Published 18 months ago by Rhonda Thompson
These are so much fun. Only been playing with them for a few days now but the more I use them the easier they get. They are definitely a workout.Published 18 months ago by Robert Jones
Got them on right way. I use them daily and I LOVE THEM! I'm so tall, LOL! I walk with them and I'm trying to jog with them. Just a fun "toy" that gets you moving. Read morePublished 18 months ago by OlTom
Well built and able to take a pounding, these Powerisers are tight and worth getting...I think.
Suggestion to buyers - Buy a little below your weight bracket. Read more
These stilts give me an enjoyable work out. They make exercising fun.
Luckily, YouTube has many how-to videos that I learned from. Read more
Well constructed but some areas not good like the rubber that protects the fiberglass and the shin pads both tore rather quickly. Aside from that my son loves them. Great exercise.Published on August 9, 2013 by Harry G. Geisel