While other balance boards only move from side to side, Whirly Board lets you go a full 360 degrees or more. Practice spins without going out on the slopes or pavement.
Inventor Erik Olsen, a board sport enthusiast since the age of 12, created the first prototype by attaching half a bowling ball and two halved pool balls to the bottom of a board. Erik noticed that this board helped him with his balance and other boarding skills, so the idea for Whirly Board took hold. He’s been improving the design ever since.
Each one is made in Lake Mills, Wisconsin, of Canadian maple wood, high density molded polyethylene (HDPE), and durable grip tape. Do skateboard tricks. Practice handle passes wakeboarding and water skiing. There are a ton of maneuvers you can try.
So go ahead: give this balance board for athletes a whirl.