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Don Pendleton Artshow Opening Party, Bordeaux, France
To celebrate the collaboration with Don Pendleton, Volcom organised an artshow at "L'Atelier Les Mains Sales”; a new venue in Bordeaux, France. The opening party took place on Thursday 17th March and was a banger, with free beers (brewed next door), cheese & ham from the close by Pyrenees mountains and of course wine from Bordeaux. Some records were spun, plenty of goodies given away and while the crowd started to warm up, Don Pendleton painted a new piece for the Bordeaux Volcom store. Cheaap (Check them out here: http://cheaap.bandcamp.com) played live and sealed the deal with a solid set, keeping party spirits high. We cleansed the night away the next day at the Volcom store Bordeaux located at 32 rue Ste Catherine with drinks and party stories whilst setting up the piece which Don Pendleton had painted the previous evening. The exhibition location is at a great site; part of an old military facility that is now home to artist workshops, a restaurant, music studios, a skatepark, plenty of DIY skate spots and more, so don’t hesitate to stop by! The exhibition is open until April 8th. Thanks to everyone who made it a great party, and especially to the Les Sauvages crew for the venue and help. Thanks also to the Darwin ecosystem and all Volcom crew that gave a hand running the bar! See the collection here: http://vol.cm/donp
Ten more lucky Butterfish qualifers heading to Lowers!
The beautiful Ventura hills, the screaming children, and the obscure noise from the fairgrounds all add up to one thing... The TCT Butterfish must be back at C-street! With El Niño and giant surf forcing us to move the event to March, we pulled up to the beach and were greeted with perfect little surf and beautiful weather. Ten coveted spots were available for Volcom's TCT Global Championships at Lower Trestles and the best of the best showed up to try to earn their spots. Check below for full recap of the day and a closer look into our Ventura Qualifiers. Levi Slawson missed the cut for Lowers but you can bet we will see him in Newport. C-Street in Ventura never seems to disappoint when it come to waves. David Economos letting the tail fly during the early rounds, but fell short for Lowers spot. However being local to San Clemente you can bet we will be seeing him again this year. Our fearless leader loading up the slings shot to send some "Fast Food Wienerschnitzel" to the hungry Groms. They received it very well! The Squids had their hands full all day with the competition. Here Lucas Owsten rounds out the day with a respectable fourth place finish. Liam Osborne by far holds the record for the most Watermelon Awards. This one makes it four. Kairi Noro took 5th in the stacked Juniors division and with being on the younger side of the division we should be seeing him for years to come. Wienerschnitzel has been a proud sponsor of the tour and we look forward to them serving us for a long time. Shane Borland is a veteran of the TCT, but unfortunately will be looking forward to the upcoming Santa Cruz event to earn his spot to Lowers. Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE KICKER GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN Kairi Noro finding a long line in the earlier round to put him into the finals.     RESULTS Nolan Rapoza will be looking to reclaim his title, only this year it will be in the Pro-Am Division. After taking the win in the absolutely stacked Juniors Division final last year at Lowers his eyes are set on the main prize in his first year as a Pro-Am. He also walked home $500 richer (in $2 Bills) with the Win at the Butterfish. PRO-AM 1. Nolan Rapoza - $500.00 2. Josh Benjoy 3. Jonah Pierce 4. Andrew Jacobson 5. Matt Passaquindici 6. Jay Christienson Eithan Osborne and Micky Clark are very close friends although they will both be attending Lowers it was Eithan and his dominant front-side that took down the win at the Butterfish. Eithan fell short at the River Jetties portion last year in less then stellar surf and now with Champs being all four days at Lowers you can bet Eithan will be one of the favorites to take the win. JUNIORS 1. Eithan Osborne 2. Micky Clarke 3. Yuori Ogasawara 4. Nathan Carrabba 5. Kairi Noro 6. Nick Marshall Kade Matson missed out on the first California event of the year for another event and had some worry coming into this event with only a few qualifying events left this year. He disregarded all of it and won the event. Now with both Matsons (Dane qualified at Seaside Reed, Squids) in the Global Champs they will begin their run at a double sibling championship. GROMS 1. Kade Matson 2. Sebastian Mendez 3. Nolan Rodgers 4. Dimitri Poulos 5. Fisher Baxter 6. Jabe Swiercocki Jack Ziets is a relativity new name in the finals for the TCT. So let us be the first to Volcongratulate him on his Victory and wish him the best of luck on his Journey to TCT Global Champs. Brayden Burch is on the other end of that spectrum and will be an immediate front runner to take the win at Lowers. SQUIDS 1. Jack Ziets 2. Brayden Burch 3. Noah Steinmetz 4. Lucas Owsten 5. Wheeler Hasburgh 6. Pitas Higgans Alyssa Spencer has become a staple, not just at the TCT events but in the finals, particularity in the top spot. She will no doubt take that winning mentality to her favorite wave in Lowers. Being from Encinitas you have to think she will have some familiar knowledge at the big show. GIRLS 1. Alyssa Spencer 2. Bethany Zelasko 3. Samantha Sibley 4. Frankie Seely 5. Reika Noro 6. Chiasa Maruyama WATERMELON AWARD Liam Osborne All photos provided by: Luke Kosgrov and Brock Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT
Growing In The Right Direction - Ron Jon's Beach 'N Boards Fest!
Cocoa Beach, Florida was once again the host to the 2016 Beach ‘N Board Fest from March 11- 13. The Beach was alive with many different events and attractions surrounding the Vans x Ron Jon WSL 1,000 and WSL JR Pro with Volcom East Coast rippers Balaram Stack & Noah Schweizer surfing in the WSL 1,000. Just like last year, Volcom teamed up with Keep Brevard Beautiful (KBB) – a local non-profit organization – to be the official sustainability sponsors of the event. Our efforts included providing and coordinating proper waste management, a volunteer-led planting of sea oats, as well as educational tutorials led by our partners at Repreve. This give back sustainability campaign incorporated educational and physical acts to ensure that surfers and beach goers will have a viable and healthy beach to enjoy for years to come. Thank you to everyone who came out to support this great cause and for all the fun! Volcom surf team athletes Balaram Stack and Noah Schweizer were on hand and in the trenches helping right alongside event spectators and volunteers to plant the much-needed sea oats. Balaram Stack Noah Schweizer Happy campers! Teaching the young! Supergrom learning the ropes. Debbie Harvey, Ron Jon Surf Shop Sea oats are an essential part of the eco-system, as they provide a natural barrier to protect from beach erosion.  On both Saturday and Sunday eager volunteers planted over 200 sea oat sprouts.  Combined with our efforts from last year the campaign has successfully nourished a 50-yard section of dune line directly behind the event. It was great to have Repreve in attendance as well, telling the story of the sustainability efforts we’re making with one of our newest lines of boardshorts.  Using their onsite mobile unit, Repreve walked interested patrons through the processes the company uses to transform recycled bottles into a fiber that is eventually turned into fabric for Volcom’s Mod-Tech Boardshorts. Thank you to Crystal Colbert from Repreve for all the support! 2016 Volcom Boardshorts on display.  Balaram Stack throwin' it up in the Ron Jon Vans Pro. Photo: Dugan / ESM Noah Schweizer was able to make it to Round 4, but fell short of advancement into the Quarterfinals. Photo: Dugan / ESM
WORST Wipeouts at 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro
The 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro brought some of the best surfers in the world to what many call the deadliest wave in the world, for a riveting competition over three days in late January. Nature, which can often make or break a surf contest, was firing, producing some of the heaviest swells of the year and the most jaw-dropping wipeouts seen at the event in years. Take a short break from whatever you're doing and check out these must-see wipeouts from this year's Volcom Pipe Pro.
El Niño Delivers and Seaside Reef Goes off for the TCT Blowfish Event.
We did it! After three cancelled events we were finally able to kick off the California TCT leg of the tour and boy was it pumping. With yet another El Niño swell peaking we were fearful of another washed out event but the surf gods took pity on us and delivered some of the best Seaside Reef we have seen. The day was filled with beautiful weather and top notch surfing. Check below for details on who is going to Lowers and who rounded out the rest of the finals. Cardiff Reef delivered with beautiful waves and weather all day. Cole Houshmand missed the qualifying spot, but certainly put on a show for the crowd in the early rounds. Mid day pickle launch kept the crazy kids away from then tent, at least for a little while. Left and right where coming in all day delivering section after section for competitors. Not only did Luke Guinaldo earn a six place finish in the Squids division he also took home the coveted Watermelon award for his crazy antics all day. Young Dane Matson on his way to the Squids division victory. Dane Matson (San Clemente) and Hayden Rodgers (Laguna Beach) grabbed the Squids qualifying spots for Lowers. They both have extreme local knowledge of Lowers and should have an edge against the rest of the traveling field for Champs. Taj Lindbland grabbed the second place finish in the stacked Groms division. Taj Lindbland (San Clemente) and Santiago Hart (Santa Cruz) traveled from very different parts of the state, but will both be traveling to the same place come June. Samantha Sibley just missed the qualifying spot for TCT Champs in one of the closest finals we can remember. Kirra Pinkerton (San Clemente)  just got back from trying to qualify at our Pufferfish event in Hawaii but fell short, but redeemed herself at Seaside earning second place and the right to compete at the TCT Global Champs. Tiarre Thompson (la Jolla) is a staple name in southern California and will no doubt be in the running for a high finish at Lowers. Luke "Chew Guy" Marks was on a heater all day and grabbed one of the 2 Junior qualifying spots to TCT Champs. Ryland Ruebens (Pacific Beach) and Luke Marks (Florida) again provide a much different travel schedule to get to the Cardiff event, but rest assured short trip or long trip they will both have their A game when it comes time for the championships. Noah Collins was battling all day to get to the final and once we has there he made it count with a second place finish. Noah Collins (Manhattan Beach, CA) and Luca Mesinas (Latin America) stamped their spots at Champs. Luca made the day really difficult for everyone including Noah Collins, dropping a TEN in the final on his way to the win. "L" for lowers! The first qualifiers of the year from a California event. Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE KICKER GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN   RESULTS PRO-AM 1. Luca Mesinas - $500.00 2. Noah Collins 3. Matt Passaquindici 4. Jack Boyes 5. Jay Christianson 6. Elishama Beckford JUNIORS 1. Ryland Ruebens 2. Luke "CHEW GUY" Marks 3. Kai Kobayashai 4. Crosby Colopinto 5. Griffen Foy 6. Steven Muschett GROMS 1. Santiago Heart 2. Taj Lindbad 3. Nolan Rodgers 4. Max Beach 5. Keanu Igarashi 6. Hagan Johnson SQUIDS 1. Dane Matson 2. Hayden Rodgers 3. Tyrone Fomenko 4. Kai Martin 5. Cole McCaffery 6. Luke Guinaldo GIRLS 1. Tiare Thompson 2. Kirra Pinkerton 3. Samantha Sibley 4. Alyssa Spencer 5. Dax Mcgill 6. Bethany Zelasko WATERMELON AWARD Luke Guinaldo Noah Collins lighting up this section in the remaining seconds of the Pro_Am Final. All photos provided by: Kenny Morris Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT
Squids reign supreme at the TCT Pufferfish at Pine Trees, Kauai!
The Andy Irons Memorial Tree and the Pufferfish set-up working in perfect harmony! Jackson Bunch didn't make the top two for Lowers, but because he was a champion last year he is guaranteed a spot. There where 56 Squids! That's right 56. Biggest division of the day and the little ones where absolutely ripping. Local boy and Hanalei Surf Company team rider Stone Abubo grabs his first Pufferfish win in front of a very large hometown crowd. Cole McCaferty traveled all the way from Cardfff, CA to try to get a head start on qualifying and did it ever pay off earning his spot at Lowers. The ladies watching a distant set role in with picture perfect Kauai in the background. Keala and Gabriela are both Local Kauai girls and on the younger end of the age scale coming in a 13 and 14 years of age. With the way these two young ladies where surfing I think the older girls will have there hands full at Lower Trestles this year. Sage Tutterow got an early interference in the Grom final which took him out of the running but.... He did take the high score of the day to earn himself the Watermelon Award and brand new Mitch Colborn board. Eli Hanneman just fell short of qualifying with a 3rd place finish, but said he is determined to qualify and plans on attending both Oahu and Maui events. Couple of travelers took the two Grom spots for Lowers this year. Connor Marshall, 1 part of the Encinitas, CA powerhouse trifecta that is the Marshall brothers. Dylan Franzmann made the short trip from the North Shore of Oahu to earn his qualifying spot. Nick Marshall falling short in the final by .2 at last year World Championships is looking for redemption this year, but will have to wait till the next event with a respectable 6th place finish in Juniors. Taichi Wakita just missed the cut earning a third place finish in the Pro-am, but with turn like these he we will be just fine finding a slot at Lowers in upcoming events. The oldest of the Marshal gang, Jake grabbed the win nearly comboing the entire finalist field. JAKEJake Marshal took 3rd at Lowers last year and is seeking redemption in a big way. Lucas Aza earned his first trip ever to TCT Champs and is excited to be in the mix and finally get a shot to show the world what he can do. Luca Aza getting in gear in the early rounds showing the other competitors he is here to play! Both Lucas and Jonah are local boys to Hanalei and used that local knowledge to grab the big money spots! They will both be attending TCT Champs and flying together to hopefully shock the world at Lower Trestles. Naia Phillips was surfing well all day but just fell short in the Final earning 4th place finish. Lucas Angulo was so technical in the final and picked apart the competition on his way to 500 dollars cold hard cash. SHOW US THE WAY TO LOWERS! Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors: NEW ERA CAP ELECTRIC WIENERSCHNITZEL PENNY SKATEBOARDS SURFING MAGAZINE GOPRO FUTURE FINS WATERMANS SUNSCREEN RESULTS PRO-AM 1. Lucas Angulo - $500.00 - Lowers Qualifier 2. Jonah Currence - Lowers Qualifier 3. Taichi Wakita 4. Naia Phillips 5. Iiona Loi 6. Forrest Elmer JUNIORS 1. Jake Marshall - Lowers Qualifier 2. Luca Aza - Lowers Qualifier 3. Ryder Guest 4. Reece Leanard 5. Dante Silva 6. Nick Marshall GROMS 1. Dylan Franzmann - Lowers Qualifier 2. Connor Marshall - Lowers Qualifier 3. Eli Hanneman 4. Becret Jostin 5. Kainehe Hunt 6. Sage Tutterow SQUIDS 1. Stone Abubo - Lowers Qualifier 2. Cole McCaferty - Lowers Qualifier 3. Maikai Brudine 4. Shion Crawford 5. Rylan Beavers 6. Oliver Zietz GIRLS 1. Keala Tomaoda Bannert - Lowers Qualifier 2. Gabriela Bryan - Lowers Qualifier 3. Sara Wakita 4. Kira Pinkerton 5. Jasmin Crawford 6. Tiana Tomida Bannart WATERMELON AWARD Sage Tutterow All photos provided by: Tai Vandyke and Jason Shibata Follow us on FACEBOOK and INSTAGRAM @VOLCOMTCT CLICK HERE for all the info on upcoming events.