From flag football to broom hockey, there are plenty of activities that provide the thrill of youthful sports with less bone-rattling intensity -- but wouldn't it be great if there was a sporty activity stripped of any intensity whatsoever, like...sitting? Making it possible, Deckstools. Straight out of Havertown, Deckstools are exactly what they sound like: broken decks and trucks fashionably converted into stools, allowing you to X-tremely sit on your ass like a man instead of falling on it like a pimply teen. The parts are either scoured from skate-shop basements/skate-park trash bins, or sent in by customers for more personalized nostalgia (and a $50 discount); then Deck's two-man team matches four decks broken at the truck bolt with a center-split board, giving careful consideration to the way each piece complements the others in terms of color, style, and sedentary radness. All pieces are hand-sanded, both to smooth out rough spots and to slightly mute the artwork (eases the matching process), then slapped with a clear poly coat before the seat's bolted to the top of an inverted truck -- which works like a fulcrum to keep your weight evenly distributed, even if in truth it's far from it. Refusing to stop until they achieve perfection, the Deckstool guys are currently designing the one thing their product's missing, a cushion -- without which, eventually even sitting becomes too bone-rattlingly X-treme.