Part surf adventure, part travel log. On the one hand you see some rather epic moments, however, the movie falls back into the grind of travel a bit too often. Too many shots of Rasta yawning and Craig Anderson sleeping, like a surfing reality show more than a fantasy, or film with a real message. This time tomorrow has it’s moments, but lacks any in the water photography and settles for angles from the beach, parking lot, or boat. Perhaps they could have focused more on the local people and told their stories. Maybe some comedy? Remember when surf movies had it all?! Personally I felt it was missing something. Oh well, tomorrow’s another day!
We’ve always been very pleased to carry OluKai Sandals in our stores. They make a durable, comfortable product that always leaves our customers satisfied. We also greatly respect and love their commitment to giving back. This holiday season Olukai has partnered up with Project Save Our Surf and the New York Surfrider Chapter to help with the Hurricane Sandy relief. They donated $85,000 worth of shoes to victims and also helped with financial support.
“Everyone at OluKai has been deeply moved by the aftermath of Sandy,” said Cara Hockersmith, OluKai Project Lead for Sandy Relief Efforts. “We are grateful to be able to take local action with our partners Project Save Our Surf and New York Surfrider.”
OluKai’s giveback philosophy is a deep part of the brand’s DNA and marked by a continual commitment to partnering with organizations actively pursuing Mauka- and Makai-initiatives (protecting the land and ocean). Additionally, OluKai has built a legacy of support with meaningful events such as their annual Giveback Day, during which the company closes its doors and joins a local cause – such as Project Save Our Surf and Inside The Outdoors for wetlands and ocean conservation and StandUp for Kids to raise awareness and supplies for homeless and street kids in Orange County, CA.”
Support a wonderful company with a great mission this holiday season by giving a quality pair of footwear from Olukai.