Resourceful islanders know how to live sustainably, making use of every part of the plentiful coconut trees. Copra - dried, chopped coconut - is pressed for valuable oil, and the broad palm leaves of the coconut trees provide cover from the fierce South Pacific sun. These full-coverage sunglasses provide natural shade as well. The frames are made with resin from the castor plant.
Photo Credit: Whistler.com As the weather cools down and northern parts of the country see some snowfall, adventure lovers begin to get excited about winter sports! After a long, exhilarating summer season, adrenaline junkies are soon to switch gears and... Read more →
🎵Sailing, Sailing Over the...🎵 What? No Ocean?
Sand yachting is the one of the coolest, oldest extreme sports you’ve probably never heard of. The sport has been around for over a hundred years and is most popular across Europe, specifically in Britain. Sand yachting is, in... Read more →
Mountain WHAT? "MountainBOARDING", She Said
Photo credit: BRD Sports Mountainboarding is the extreme sport that combines the fluidity of snowboarding with the culture and tricks of skateboarding. First pioneered by James Stanley, mountainboarding was initially created when Stanley made a snowboarding trip to the Matterhorn... Read more →