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    Neofit Roller: The Foam Roller That Goes Anywhere

    Neofit Roller: The Foam Roller That Goes Anywhere

    Foam rollers are the next best thing to having a massage therapist on standby 24/7. They’re the go-to recovery tool for millions of fitness fanatics around the world, from professional athletes to regular gym-goers – and everyone in-between. But one thing anyone who foam rolls will attest to is that traveling with them is just about impossible. Well, not anymore with the Neofit Roller. 

    Neofit Roller collapses to 4 inches

    The innovative, made-for-travel Neofit Roller collapses to 4-inches to go with you anywhere. Expanding to 12-inches with a regulation 5.5-inch diameter, it still gives all the benefits of a standard foam roller, just without the awkwardness.

    Neofit Roller expands to 12 inches

    With Neofit Roller there are no more teary farewells to your roller when you set off to travel.  At just 1.8 pounds, it’ll journey with you no matter how far you fly, drive, ride or run from home.


    The Neofit Roller is launching on Kickstarter October 17.

    Neofit Roller works like regular roller

    Check out the Neofit Roller Press Release…

    Neofit Products Unveils World-First Foam Roller that Collapses to 4 Inches

    Launching on Kickstarter, the revolutionary Neofit Roller expands to three times its size.

    Melbourne, AU – Neofit Products has unveiled a world-first foam roller that collapses to just four-inches (10cm) and expands to 12 inches (30cm), using patent-pending inner disc technology and
    unique interlocking EVA foam exterior.

    The revolutionary design is the result of over 12 months of development by a team of experienced, award-winning engineers and product designers.

    Neofit Roller works great

    The end-product is a first-of-its-kind collapsible foam roller that expands to three times its size, weighs less than two pounds (800g) and is designed to handle up to 350 pounds (136kg).

    Foam rolling is well-known for its benefits to the body. But typical foam rollers are bulky and difficult to travel with. And it’s this frustration that led company founder, Seb Kipman, to design
    the product.

    Neofit Roller rubs out tight muscles

    “While working in the professional sports industry, I used to spend around six months a year on the road without access to my foam roller,” Kipman said.

    “It didn’t make sense to me that just because we travel, we compromise our health. So, we set out to create the most portable foam roller available. And it’s not just convenience we’ve created. We’ve also designed a foam roller that performs at the highest standard.”

    Neofit Roller works on all of your muscles

    Having quit his job to pursue Neofit Roller, Kipman criss-crossed four continents developing the product. With the main design and engineering team in Melbourne, Australia, designs and early stage prototypes were also created in USA, South America and Asia.

    The product launches on Kickstarter on October 17, 2017.

    Neofit Roller fits in a suitcase

    Early Kickstarer backers will have access to Neofit Roller at a discount for a limited time. Full-scale production will commence in 2018. Click here to visit the Kickstarter Campaign

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    David Novak
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