As children, we are all fond of rollerskating… but when we grow up, we sometimes forget to have fun. These new roller skates, the SHOWERBOARD, look awesome to ride. Given much Beyonce and Justin Timberlake are fans of rollerskating, we believe that this new transportation device will impress even the likes of them.
Cool Roller Skates for Beyonce and Justin Timberlake
The next time you are out on a group trip or having fun with your significant other, you will have the perfect time by bringing out SHOWERBOARD. This new type of transportation has wheeled platforms for your shoes. Moreover, the roller skates come in two pieces, with one piece that goes under each shoe. Additionally, you will be able to track your group mates or significant other in the dark, as these high tech gadgets light up. Think about how much fun it would be if you and your pals skated together on an open concrete area!
You can even perform group tricks together and impress the crowd on the street. Beyonce is known for being a roller skate fan, and so is Justin Timberlake. Thus, the popular trend never escaped the celebrities.
If you are up for performing tricks, look no further than the SHOWERBOARDs. With these, you can take rides to the next level. By extreme, we mean one or two inches up a slope at MAXIMUM… these hoverboards don’t look too safe to us. However, they are supposed to come equipped with an automatic balancing function, which allows two individual skates to remain standing.
Can I Do Splits?
Well, this contraption doesn’t mention anything about doing splits, but the skates do allow you to remain standing, or so they say. As we have not tried this product out ourselves (this is in prototype stage), all we can say is to go slowly and to try to not do too many moves at first. This is, after all, a device with no handlebars.
The commercial tries to make the device look even safer by displaying a woman wearing stilettos and balancing on the SHOWERBOARDs. There are no helmets in the commercial, either.
Wait, What About Helmets?
Given that this company, TROTTA SRL, is based out of Italy, we might understand the lack of helmets in the commercial. But we recommend using helmets, anyway.