See the whole commercial feature presentation here:
It was a hot July morning at a skate park in East LA. On the set for the Turtle Shell commercial, we had our new spokesman John Ennis, our pro stunt double, and our professional, super-hot model. The goal was simple: make a short film demonstrating all of the glory of the Turtle Shell, and have some fun while doing it.
What developed instead was a testosterone-fueled competition for the affections of our lady friend- an action sports tour de force of sorts. Captured on camera by Angela Boatwright, this is a photographic record of the ensuing debauchery. Find more of Angela’s work here: http://angelaboatwright.com/index.php/portfolio/category/C9/
For some reason, John wanted to do his own stunts after she showed up. We shrugged and handed over the bike. His childhood talents were still intact, but that was about where it ended.
He stuck around the set, though, if only because he was real into the Turtle Shell: the go anywhere wireless boombox, built for action. It got him a bit of attention. Here it is in detail:
The stunt double proceeded to do his thing though, taking the Turtle Claw handlebar mounting accessory through its paces. It was a tough act to follow, to say the least…
…maybe too tough of an act. John tried another approach while our femme fatal dialed up some house beats via our Adapt bluetooth transmitter. Find that here: http://www.outdoortechnology.com/Shop/Wireless-Audio/
But who won the girl? Well if you’re asking that, you clearly didn’t click the link at the top of this article and didn’t watch the film we spent all day making, so shame on you. If you did, then you know before you even started reading this…so I guess that killed some of the suspense; but regardless, it was a good time, right? We think so, and we’re pretty smart.
Since I’m such a nice guy, here’s the link to the whole commercial feature presentation again. You don’t even have to scroll back up:
Or, if you want, download our entire catalog here:
http://www.outdoortechnology.com/OT Catalog ’12-13 for web.pdf