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Last Thursday in Paris, Skullcandy held its official European launch event to introduce our new proprietary technology of attacking bass, natural vocals, and precision highs: Supreme Sound.
In just four months Dr. Tetsuro Oishi, Skullcandy’s Director of Electrical & Acoustical Engineering/Advanced Concept Engineering, has managed to take our best-selling Hesh headphone and make it into a sound engineering work-of-art. In his words, “Hesh 2 is one of the best sounding headphones under $400.”
“They Will Surf Again” is a signature event hosted by the Life Rolls On organization and last Saturday, surfers of all abilities dropped into Huntington Beach, California. Skullcandy’s Leila Hurst hooked up with her sisters, Madeline and Sophia, for a little quality time in and out of the water. “Sophia got to surf for just her second time and killed it!” said Leila.
Mick Fanning won the 2012 Rip Curl Pro at Bells Beach. Better yet, he did it by knocking out 11-time world champ Kelly Slater in the finals and pretty much dominating his other heats. It’s not very often that Kelly Slater loses, especially with a perfect 10 in his score line. But this Bells belonged to Mick.
March 10, 2012 marked the 9th year in a row professional surfer Ian Walsh has put on his annual kids surf contest (Menehune Mayhem), held at Ho’okipa Beach Park on Maui. Kids of all ages came to compete in the surf as well as a variety of beach games – everyone left with a prize.