Started in 2006 by Paul Darnell and his friend, Los Angeles-based Tempest Freerunning was founded in Blacksburg, VA, with the intention of bringing freerunning and parkour to the forefront in the same way that skateboarding had changed the traditional “sports” landscape. In a way that few have been able to accomplish, Tempest Freerunning has drastically changed the sport and opened up freerunning to an entirely new audience across all generations.
Aligning its rugged and extremely durable G’zOne Commando with the skills and impressive resume of Tempest Freerunning, Casio has teamed up with the West Coast crew to release a video that catalogs the freerunning storm throughout the streets of Los Angeles. Designed to fill the void for protection and all-purpose use where most smartphones fail to excel, the Casio G’zOne was created for the fast-paced lifestyle of people like the active members of Tempest Freerunning — individuals who can’t afford to spend their time worrying about their mobile phone’s protection, yet rely on the functions of the device and staying connected. Hosted on the expansive Verizon Wireless network, find out more information about the Casio G’zOne Commando here.