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Best Features of the MotoKicks

Best Features of the MotoKicks

The Jetson MotoKicks Hover Shoes are the most exciting new transportation technology on the market. For lovers of rollerblades, roller skates, scooters, skateboards, hoverboards, or just plain fun, the MotoKicks are the best way to get moving. Here are some of the best features of the MotoKicks.


Active Balance Technology: The Jetson MotoKicks Hover Shoes let you ride with ease and stability, just like an electric scooter or skateboard. The Motokicks are equipped with pressure sensors in their pads, providing a smooth and responsive ride you have total control over. Just lean from side to side to turn, and forward or backward to balance and steer. 


Stable: You don’t have to worry about losing your balance or slipping off of the Jetson MotoKicks Hover Shoes. Their non-slip rubber mat surface offers you a smooth ride with enhanced balance. Plus, the larger foot placement and rubber bumpers keep you balanced for a safe ride. You’ll feel safe and stable even at 7 mph. 


Fast Charge: The MotoKicks are fully rechargeable. They’re equipped with a lightning-fast dual charging port for the lithium-ion battery, meaning you can get your charge on quickly and easily, in no more than three hours. A single charge offers six miles’ worth of travel.  


Lightweight: With the MotoKicks Hover Shoes, there’s no need to worry about lugging around a heavy, inconvenient electric bike or scooter. You don’t even need to find a place to lock your ride. That’s because the Jetson MotoKicks Hover Shoes are so lightweight and portable, with convenient, built-in carrying straps, that you can take them right into the office or classroom with you. 


Whether you’re trying out some new tricks or just riding around your neighborhood, the MotoKicks are easy to ride, easy to carry, and easy to charge. What are you waiting for? Get out there, get skating, and share in the fun!


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