We’d like to give a shout out to GoCase and thank them for featuring us, Jetpack America, on their blog. They recommended 3 activities that you should do this summer, and the insane water sport, Jetpacking is #2. Check their website for the latest GoPro Gear!
THREE INSANE THINGS TO DO THIS SUMMER
If you’re looking for new and exciting things to do this summer, we’ve come up with the three best activities to experience the outdoors like never before. In the air or across the ocean, take a look at our top ways to try something new and create the ultimate summer adventure.
Courtesy of New Zeland
New Zealand gave us Lord Of The Rings, and they gave us zorbs! Zorbing is the latest summer craze, and it’s something that’s been on my personal bucket list for year. You’ll be light as a feather as you venture out on the ocean in this giant plastic bubble. It keeps you safe and protected as you crawl, jump and glide your way across any body of water. You can also try zorbing on land. Roll down a hill or face off against your friends. For adventurous types only, zorbing is the perfect way to live out loud this summer.
Courtsey of Jetpack America
Make your sci-fi fantasies come true by hitting the ocean in a water jetpack. It propels you into the air using a water-based jet propulsion system. Don’t worry; it’s perfectly safe. A sturdy tether keeps you from loosing control. Fly above the high seas and rent a water jetpack on your next summer vacation. It’s an experience unlike any other.
And then there’s my personal favorite: the Hendo hoverboard. Alright, maybe this homage to Back To The Future isn’t available yet (still), but the Kickstarter was funded about a year and a half ago. It’s set to be available October this year. We can only hope it will be in a store near you soon!
Summer is right around the corner, so get out there and make the most of it! Whether you’re flying high on a jetpack or just kicking it with friends, be sure that your gear is protected in one of our
GoPro, Headphones, or Universal cases.
May 22, 2015 by Eli Blatt