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Air Kicks Anti-Gravity Boots

Defy gravity, build coordination and get a great workout with a pair of Air Kicks Anti-Gravity Boots.

Air Kicks Anti-Gravity Boots - Walking On Air

Air Kicks Anti-Gravity Boots and Kickaroos (for smaller shoe sizes) are an open-toed boot, which you strap in over a regular pair of sneakers. Just slip each foot into the bindings and your feet will be turned into spring-loaded anti-gravity boots. You might feel a bit off-balance and awkward at first, but once you've taken a few springy steps, running with the Air Kicks is pretty sweet. Whether you're running, bouncing on the spot or just walking with the Air Kicks, you'll get a good cardio workout and improve your balance and coordination. The treads on the bottom of the Air Kicks are safe to use on any surface so you'll be able to take the Air Kicks just about anywhere, indoors or outdoors.

Air Kicks Anti-Gravity Boots - Walking On Air

The Air Kicks Anti-Gravity Boots are pretty cool and will give you hours of bouncy fun. Since walking on a boot of heavy-duty springs isn't natural for most people though, be sure to play safe. Put a helmet on your head when you're running around with the Air Kicks because it's not that hard to lose your balance and take a spill, especially when you're starting out. The Air Kicks Anti-Gravity Boots and Kickaroos are available for all ages and shoe sizes. For more info, head to www.airkicks.com.

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