Tag: charleston

  • Great Walls for the Street Ball

    Post by Jordan on December 14th, 2011

    If you’re like me, you grew up playing the awesome game of wall ball. It’s a staple of many childhood memories. But regardless of age, it’s still a great game to play, especially nowadays with our Street ball.

    The other week I went to check out an area on James Island, SC that has a bunch of really amazing and talented graffiti artwork by The Sheepman on the back of a huge warehouse building. It made me think, these would be great walls for the Street ball! So now, I’m on a mission to find really wicked, cool walls all around the world for us to play a game of wall ball on. Graffiti walls are much more visually appealing than plain brick walls. Check out some below and visit our Pinterest board for more. Don’t hesitate to share your own findings!

  • Bullseye!

    Post by Jordan on May 23rd, 2011

    Personally, hitting a video camera while recording the Waboba Pro in action is definitely an accomplishment for me. Video taken at Kiawah Island, located in Charleston, SC.

  • First Beach Day with Waboba Surf!

    Post by Jordan on March 22nd, 2011

    Here in the States, Charleston, SC to be in fact, we had our first beach day of the season over the weekend. It was 80 degrees and sunny, which made it a perfect day to put on our bathing suits! After months of grey and cold, it feels so good to dig your feet in the sand and feel all the vitamin D goodness from the sun warming you head to toe again.

    As we know, a day at the beach isn’t a day at the beach without Waboba! The anticipation built, so it was time to step into the water and have a game with Waboba Surf – one of the newest balls added to the Waboba family. Of course, step into the water isn’t the best phrase; tip-toe is more like it as it was rather cold. But hey, after 5 minutes we didn’t even feel our feet anymore so it didn’t matter. It felt so good to just be in the water. Needless to say, the Waboba Surf is awesome to play with and I can’t wait for the water to be warmer so I won’t have to think twice about diving in and inviting people to come play with us!