Kanoa Igarashi x G-Shock GBX-100KI-1 is the second collaboration with the Olympic medal-winning pro surfer

G-Shock GBX-100KI-1 Kanoa Igarashi Signature Collaboration

Following the GLX-5600KI-7, G-Shock and pro surfer Kanoa Igarashi are releasing a second signature collaboration watch with the GBX-100KI-1. The California-born Igarashi recently won the silver medal representing Japan in men’s shortboard at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.

The watch has a stealth black motif with a speckled pattern on the stainless steel bezel and face. This pattern gives the impression of randomly spread sand and gives the watch a camouflaged appearance, but the pattern is actually made from a photo of Igarashi riding a wave. Igarashi’s signature appears on the face, lower band end, and case back. The lower band also has “50” printed on it, which is Igarashi’s number on the WSL Championship Tour.

GBX-100KI-1 Band

The limited edition GBX-100KI-1 is an advanced G-SLIDE GBX-100 surfing model with an MIP LCD display, advanced tide functions with approximately 3,300 locations, moon data, sunrise/sunset time, step counter, vibration alerts, and Bluetooth smartphone link.

The GBX-100KI-1JR is coming in November 2021 to Japan for 28,700 yen (tax included). The GBX-100KI-1 is also expected to be released worldwide (US model: GBX100KI-1, $200).

G-Shock GBX-100KI-1

GBX-100KI-1 Case Back

GBX-100KI-1 Back

GBX-100KI-1 Box

Casio G-Shock G-LIDE GBX-100KI Kanoa Igarashi Signature Promo Video:

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