In today’s episode, Scott reflects on his Boardroom Show’s expansion into Japan, they recap and analyze the Corona Bali Protected, wax nostalgic about Kelly’s return, and coin a brand new surf term. Enjoy!
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THE BOARDROOM SHOW DEL MAR
THE BOARDROOM SHOW JAPAN
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Day one of the Japan Boardroom Show 2019 was amazing. The Boardroom (formerly Sacred Craft) highlights the surfboard manufacturing industry. A gathering of like minded enthusiasts who are drawn by an authentic love for riding waves and the crafts that move us along those waves. So much more than a tool, the surfboard is the philosophical icon, a sacred craft, a culturally pervasive symbol of freedom, adventure and enduring youth. This is why the surfboard builder was once the primary arbiter of surfing culture, from those early Hawaiian kahunas to the first wave of board manufactures. Think back: Hobie, Hansen, Bing, Weber, Larkin, Noll, Jacobs, Haut, et al. These surfboard builders shaped surf culture, both literally and figuratively. It was all about the ride–what you wore came second. Since 2007 THE BOARDROOM SHOW has reasserted and maintained this philosophy. To put the surfboard — and the modern day kahunas who craft and design them — back at the forefront of surf culture. Today the international surfboard building community places surf culture, its influence, its importance, its responsibility, back in the hands of the artisans who shape our sacred craft – and ultimately our future. Please join us as we showcase builders, designers, craftsman, surfboards, essential surf equipment, gear, art, music & more. @takujimasuda @waynerichsurfboards @rickycarrollsurfboards @chris_christenson73 @joshhallsurfboards @nalu_magazine #boardroomshowjapan2019 #boardroomshowjapan @gofoil.jp @gofoil
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THE CORONA BALI PROTECTED