Sebastian has been connected to outdoor life since he was a kid. He grew up in Buenos Aires, the capital of Argentina, and he spent his holidays in Patagonia on the south of Argentina.
He used to practice wakeboard and mountain biking in summer and skiing in winter.
After his graduation in business school, he traveled the world skiing, training with two world champions from Switzerland. He qualified for the X Game in Ski Cross and Extreme Ski. In summers, he used to go surfing to the Brazilian and Hawaiian coasts.
On one of his many trips to U.S. he settled in Denver and got into martial arts. He had always followed his heart, often with the underlying fear that change gives you. He did it anyway. A year late, after many arduous training days, he won the Tae Kwon-do International Championship in Las Vegas.
Once again he proved to himself that anything is possible when you focus and put your 100%.
From 2010 to 2014 he began paddleboarding on rivers and lakes in Aspen. He absolutely felt in love with the wide range this sport offered. From the tranquility while paddling on a lake to the adrenaline rush of whitewater paddlebaord rafting and surfing.
At the end of 2014, he moved to Riviera Maya with his paddleboard. When the seaweed problem hit hard on the Caribbean coast, he saw the opportunity to transform his passion for sports and adventure into his livelihood.
That’s when Cala was born. To Sebastian it has always been important that the board would allow people to continue travelling, experimenting and dreaming.
That is why Cala specializes in inflatable board, using the highest quality materials on the market. They are eco-friendly and their sustainable components ensure durability under long and extreme usage.