New Hipsack Colors at Flowtoys!

Flowtoys has new colors of hipsacks!!!


“Designed by Nick Woolsey, Playpoi hipsacks are essential gear for poi spinners, festival goers and urban ninjas. Multiple USEFUL pockets that fit your camera, mobile phone, wallet, passport and other valuables. There are also secure internal pockets and several attachment loops for keys, lights and more. Plus a larger pocket that carries your poi! Yes, your podpoi can fit!

Playpoi’s hipsacks are versatile, comfortable, stylish and practical. Sizing is adjustable from approx. 29″-40″ waist with standard laces – you can use longer laces for larger waist sizes.

Available in updated color choices (from top to bottom and left to right): green, cocoa, wine, hot pink, teal, black, plum, playa (off-white) and saffron (orange). You can get different colors, and mix and match! Click on the image for more pix of hipsacks in action (note: some pics are of old colors – the first pic has the latest colors).

FREE FLOW BINER! Your hipsack comes with a flow carabiner that you can use to attach keys, gear and other useful stuff. The biner fits a flowlight as well – great for festival fashion and finding friends in the dark. Hipsacks also go great with action pants.”



Clothing for Spinners

All spinners (people who spin poi, staves, etc.) have their own unique style of pants they like to spin in. Here is a quick guide so a few of the many types you may see.

1: Action Pants

Sold by Flowtoys in California, these are sold two varieties, Poplins and The Performer.

Poplins, a light weight colorful cotton pant, are great for warmer weather. They are loosely styled after Thai Fisherman Pants (covered below).


The Performer is a heavier cotton pant of similar style. It is very… samurai meets yogi.


2: Thai Fisherman Pants

Thai fisherman pants have been worn for hundreds of years by the native fishermen of Thailand. They are a wrap pant with a fabric tie around the waist. Although originally from Thailand, thai fisherman pants are also worn in Vietnam and throughout that region. They have become increasingly popular with tourists. Thai fisherman pants are most commonly made of cotton, although some are made of rayon.
Do not wear rayon or any other synthetic while spinning fire. Synthetics and fire do not mix!


3: Harem, Aladdin, or Parachute Pants

Harem pants originated in India. I really don’t think they need much introduction.


I know that I have probably missed a lot of awesome pant varieties. If I have, I apologize. Drop me a line and tell me about them. I’ll be sure to include them here.