Pogo sticks were invented before your grandparents were even born. Now these bouncin' toys are makin' a comeback. They're new, improved and definitely beat the pants off your grampa's pogo.
The Razor Airgo Pogo Stick
This one's made by the guys who first brought you the scooter a while back. The Airgo is different from most sticks because it uses a compressed air pump rather than just springs to keep you bouncin'. The pump is adjustable so you can set the resistance to whatever fits your style or ability. Tip: keep the resistance low when you're starting out or you could be flying into orbit. The handlebars have solid grips and they can be adjusted for your height. To get bouncin' with the Airgo, click here.
Rawlings Electronic Pogo Stick
With this baby, you'll know exactly how many times you've bounced up and down because it has an electronic counter that counts up to 999 jumps for you (after that, it's probably time to take a rest anyway.) There's no assembly required at all with this stick, but the spring can't be adjusted. This one isn't as solid as Razor's Airgo but the price is right for those of you on a budget. What are you waiting for? Click here to go pogo-crazy.
Gravity Games Pogo Stick
Why not take your pogo to the extreme with the Gravity Games Pogo Stick. It's the latest in the line of toys by the guys who started the Gravity Games. This stick is made of heavy-duty metal and is built to last through the most hard-core of pogo tricks. It has a pretty tight spring so you should weigh at least 120 pounds to jump with this stick, otherwise you won't have very much fun. If you think you're ready for some extreme pogo action, click here.
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