AN award-winning snow movie made predominantly in and around Niseko last year has been carving its signature identity into film circles around the world.
WHILE skiing has always been the rich man’s pasttime, snowboarding has very often been the opposite. In the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, young, free-spirited Japanese with little cash to buy lift passes and pay for fancy accommodation would travel to ski resorts and live out of their cars. They used onsen (public hot spring baths)
It seems that no matter what you buy these days it’s iPod compatible. And Surfanic are right on their game with the Royal iPod Jacket with a soft control pad on the sleeve. So cool!
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