The design for the Dynamic Structures range draws its inspiration from a number of extreme sports, including mountaineering, kite surfing, windsurfing and snowboarding.
Dynamic structures draw their inspiration from extreme sports, such as hang-gliding, windsurfing and snowboarding. This range of sports equipment replicates the white-knuckle sensations experienced with these sports activities, including: heights, speed, slack-lining and rotation…
Dynamic structures are aimed at pre-teens and teenagers in search of an adrenaline rush. They encourage users to push their limits and set challenges in a fun environment.
The Skysurf and Turnfly give two friends the ideal opportunity to show off their aerial acrobatics, while the Aeroskate requires users to demonstrate all their style by gliding along the rail and synchronising their movements.
The Altima lifts young people 4 metres above the ground using a grip system for the feet and hands, while the Turnfly and Roll-Up create dynamic hanging positions. The Rodeoboard requires users to defy the laws of physics and gravity to keep steady and deal with the inevitable lack of balance.
Offering dynamic but less physical activities, the Swing Ball is a reflex and strategy game while Hip-Hip combines rotation and vertical bouncing movements.
The Roll-Runner is a vertical wheel with a diameter of 1.80 m whose movement is generated from the inside. Whether crawling, walking or running, users choose the right tempo to maintain their balance.
The wide variety of activities available can be used to create a standalone recreational area where users can get together, be active and socialise, or equipment can be incorporated into a playground or multi-generational sports area.