If we learned anything from Star Search it's that we should keep our feet on the ground and keep reaching for the stars, but do you think Ed McMahon might have changed his tune if he'd had a chance to hop around the Flybar Super Pogo Stick - Black? There's no reason you can't leave the ground and reach for the stars at the same time when you're getting big air on this performance-minded pogo stick. The chromed metal body supports a stiffer steel spring that means bigger hops for tricks or just a bit of bouncing fun. Wide foot pads and grips of injected molded plastic help you keep control while the nitrile rubber tip holds up through thousands of hops, jumps and tricks.
While most companies have a twisting and turning family tree that makes it difficult to trace back to their source, the story of Flybar couldn’t be simpler. In 1918, George Hansburg invented and patented the pogo stick and showed it to his friend, Florenz Ziegfield, who incorporated the pogo stick into his famous Ziegfield follies. After a quick and enthusiastic reception, Hansburg formed Flybar, Inc., which went on to become, and still remains, the largest pogo stick manufacturer in the world. Flybar, Inc. continues to innovative and improve on that classic design, which is why they've sold over 25 million pogo sticks worldwide, each one based on the original design of the founder, George Hansburg.