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The Poi Spinning Undead Location: Austin, Texas, United States, ...
Total posts: 173
Posted:Sorry to burst your bubble, but I've seen these before. Very nice though! The fire isolates very well. I'm a hoop dancer, but I've yet to try Isolation Hoops. I'd like to in the future though. How do they feel? Like a normal hula hoop, but smaller?
Posted:I'm not a big hooper, just the creative mind behind Friendly Fire. But from people who have used the Fire Isolation Hoop, said it had a comfortable feel to it. Not to heavy. I added some grip around the edge of the hoop to give better control.