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Toy Boarders - A Peaceful Twist On Toy Soldiers For A New Generation.

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Move over green Army Men, now we've got green thrashers to play with. AJ's original Toy Boarders are skate, surf and snowboard inspired plastic action figures that - like little classic toy soldiers, are plastic, green and ignite the imagination - but unlike toy soldiers, do not promote violence.

Allowing your child to turn your the outdoors, your home or any object within it, into a skate park, the 8 differently posed boarders are true to form and nicely detailed - although there's not a single female in the bunch. ToyBoarders poses include Pushing, Nose Grab, Smith, Cruising 1, Cruising 2, Nose Manual, Tail Grab, and Ollie and come 24 pieces to a package for only about $5.

above individual and detailed images courtesy of Plastic and Plush

You can even use them as cake and cupcake decorations.

AJ's also sponsors video contests monthly. Make a Movie like the one shown below using your AJ's TOY BOARDERS. Every month AJ's will feature your video on their site & the winner will receive a free skate deck. Submit your Videos to them

above: the above video was shot within 4 hours in ProMerch Flagship Store by Shaiful Yahya using AJ's Original toyBoarders. Music: Lupe Fiasco - Kick Push

AJ's Toy Boarders 24pc Skateboard Figures

A special thanks to Sean Alvarez for tipping me off to these!


Maverick Collecting said...

Kid Robot are also doing a set of 'Toy Soldier' style street dancers/break-dancers complete with a large boogie-box!

laura sweet said...

Yes, Kidrobot does have fun miniature plastic street dancers in many colors- but they are also six times the price of these at $29.95 for a pack of 20.

C'mon people, it's only a dollar.

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