Take your thoughts are of a regular ole’ pogo stick and throw them out the window. Clear your mind and allow it to start over completely from scratch. You’ve never seen or heard of a pogo stick before. No more memories of rickety spring pogo sticks that only jump a few inches off the ground and break within a month. Take a look at the picture of Dalton Smith jumping over a van on his pogo stick and allow this to ferment for a bit. We’re redefining what the word ‘pogo stick’ means with images like this. Our V4 completely changes the game and opens up new possibilities that were never possible or even thinkable on a pogo stick before. It’s still technically called a pogo stick, but comparing the V4 to a traditional pogo stick is like comparing a tricycle to a mountain bike.
We’ve been at this for ten years now, and we’ve come a long way. But compared to the major extreme sports out there—like snowboarding, skateboarding, and surfing—we’re still in our infancy. The tricks that have been landed today are a drop in the bucket compared to what the future will look like. Every year that goes by brings newer, more creative and crazier tricks. It wasn’t too long ago that a stickflip won the best trick competition, and now stickflips are thrown in between even more difficult tricks just to keep a combo going. We’re constantly amazed by the things we see the Xpogo and Vurtego team riders doing. We cannot wait to see what the future holds!