The Great Escape
As extreme sports addicts we also become adventurers, explorers and outdoors enthusiasts. We are always looking for a new place to shred through exploring maps, or driving aimlessly towards a shreddable looking location.
The breathtaking places our sports take us, the adventure’s we have. Told to those who were not there through pictures and video’s but epic memories which will not be forgotten are engraved into our brains. It’s engraved in that special spot reserved for the best times of our life.These memories are not forgotten and they become stories to share with your grandchildren. Yea, Grandpa used to be cool.
The search for the next biggest, most fun road is always on. We challenge you to go out and explore your town. Search through Google Earth for a road that could potentially be fun, then go shred it. The most important thing about skateboarding or whatever adrenaline fueled activity you partake in is the fact that it’s fun.
We do this because it is an escape from reality. It is our real life video games. The things we do where we don’t have to think about what we left behind in our lives, we don’t have to think about work. The peace, the serenity. We aren’t crazy like most people think. We are adventurers who take calculated risks. Life is dangerous. Go out and live life to it’s fullest.
Riffe MA-060 Dive Mask / TUSA Snorkle dive combo
Manufacturer – Mask: Riffe, San Clemente, CA / Snorkel: Tabata Co, Long Beach, CA
Model – Mask: MA-060, Snorkel: SP-200 Hyperdry Max
Price -Mask: $65, Snorkel: $43
Riffe’s MA-060 dive mask is made of high-quality silicone and tempered glass that provides a tight seal and package. Even at depths measuring more than 20 feet, the mask equalized with ease and the single lens construction provided a clear view without distorting your peripheral vision, including low light conditions with visibility of less than 15 feet. The all-silicone construction is also comfortable and breaks-in to the users face quickly.
TUSA’s SP-200 Hyperdry Max is exactly what its name suggests it to be. At the surface, the SP-200 performs with the best snorkels on the market, providing adequate guard against splashing, while still retaining maximum air-flow. Under water, however, is where the SP-200 shines, providing optimal seal with two high-buoyancy floats that keep water out, and should it get in, a high flow purge valve allows the user to easily get it out. An ortho-conscious mouthpiece and flexible silicone neck offers maximum comfort and its swivel positioning system makes sure that your snorkel is always at the correct position.
TUSA’s SP-200 and Riffe’s MA-060 makes for a combo that rivals that of Starsky and Hutch. Both are excellent in repelling water, lessening purging sessions when going under.