Show Offs

Leand, Judy; Walzer, Emily
March 2005
SGB;Mar2005, Vol. 38 Issue 3, p46
Trade Publication
Product Review
Evaluates several sporting goods. Roller skates from LandRoller; Onix hand-held receiver line from Bushnell; Andex iPod-compatible jacket from Burton in partnership with Motorola.


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