In September, Airush launched a giveaway where we said we would give away any product of the winner’s choice.
The only requirement to enter this competition was to sign up to our newsletter and wait.
We have a winner!
See the video below to find out if you are the winner of the Sign-Up & Win Anything competition.
When we were shooting this video in the studio, we only had one tube of confetti to use so we only had one shot to get this right. When we first bought the confetti shooter from the shop, we asked the shopkeeper what the right way to aim the confetti shooter was since, there was one end that had a lid on top, and one end that had some silver foil that the shopkeeper explained the confetti would shoot through.
But we didn’t trust this explanation so much so, just to double-check, we had to look at the instructions on the tube. These were in Spanish, so we asked Rami to help translate. He also confirmed that the silver foil section should be pointing towards where one wants to shoot the confetti.
And so we shot the scene and heard a loud pop but instead of hearing “woo-hoo” we heard an “ooof”. The silver foil side was indeed not the side the confetti would shoot out of and instead, the confetti (accompanied by a rubber part that looked like some sort of a plug) shot backward, like a rubber bullet, straight into the stomach of the person holding the tube. It left a bruise!
The moral of the story… we probably should not be left unsupervised!
The Hang Ten is a must-know out-of-the-box (or boots rather) party trick that you have no reason not to try. In our latest Freestyle video – Anthology, you will see Oswald Smith doing this trick at around 4:46. We thought it might be a great idea to break it down for you, in case you also wanted to try this on flat water!
The group that holds Starboard, Airush, Severne, and SOMWR has just become a member of the Fair Labour Association (FLA), the first watersports equipment brand to be working towards FLA accreditation.
What does this mean?
It was simply time to communicate and document our efforts over the last 2 decades with a trusted association. Many industries are talking about equal treatment, supply chain changes.