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  • Psychic Migrations

    Psychic Migrations: South America

    Volcom Stone's latest feature surf film, Psychic Migrations, is set to release in September 2015 and we are unveiling some of the remote locations where the movie was filmed, along with a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip for you and a friend to the Global Premiere in Newport Beach, CA. on September 17, click here to enter. Ozzie Wright and Ryan Burch drifted to South America recently to film for Psychic Migrations and what they got was some uninhabited, ghostly waves. Predominantly left-hand point breaks, Ozzie and Burch thoroughly enjoyed these frontside sand-bottom playgrounds even with the water a little colder than they are used to. And like any odyssey, the most important step is the first one: location, location, location, and this place didn't disappoint. As Director Ryan Thomas puts it: "I was trying to focus on the landscape. That's where my head's at with this film. But when it comes down to it, it's a surf movie, and I think people will be pleased with the surfing in it." Ozzie Wright, somewhere in South Americas. Photo: Brian Bielmann Candid moment for Ozzie. Photo: Brian Bielmann Ryan Burch dialing in his new sled for South America. Photo: Brian Bielmann Burch covered in rubber, but not slowing down. Photo: Brian Bielmann Photo: Brian Bielmann Psychic Migrations Director, Ryan Thomas with Ozzie and Burch. Photo: Brian Bielmann Photo: Brian Bielmann Ozzie Wright. Photo: Brian Bielmann *Missed our previous post with Mitch Coleborn and Ozzie Wright and their trip to Australia? We have it for you HERE and watch the Psychic Migrations trailer at www.volcom.com/psychicmigrations Sweepstakes open to legal residents of the continental United States and Canada (excluding Québec), 18 years of age or older. Click here for all the Official Sweepstakes Rules.
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    Dusty Payne's New Edit, "Summer Love"

    Film / Edit Wes Larsen Dusty has been on a tear lately, traveling from country to country on the contest circuit while also managing to squeeze in trips for edits like these. Looking fit and confident as ever, look for Dusty to take down some big names at the upcoming WSL 2015 Hurley Pro Trestles, beginning September 9.
  • Psychic Migrations

    Psychic Migrations - Premiere Dates Announced

    We are gearing up for the September 17 release of Volcom Stone's forthcoming surf movie, Psychic Migrations, and have released all of our domestic and international premiere dates! Click HERE to find a premiere near you.   Sweepstakes open to legal residents of the continental United States and Canada (excluding Québec), 18 years of age or older. Click here for all the Official Sweepstakes Rules.
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    Interview with Coco Ho

    We had a chance to catch up with our surf rockstar, Coco Ho, and ask her some questions. Here's what our girl had to say... Which waves/ spots currently on tour best showcase a surfers potential? I think different waves/locations on tour show strengths and weaknesses for every individual, but it seems every year the divide gets smaller and smaller, every surfer on tour these days is so well rounded in all types of waves and locations. Is there a wave that better showcases women’s vs mens?  Men definitely shine in waves of consequence like Tahiti and Pipeline and the women have really been stepping it up and showing the world how good they are at waves like Snapper and Bells. I think having events together the women have learned a lot from the men's tour in regards to innovative and progressive surfing in heats. These days it's not uncommon to see women throwing down big combos and airs in heats.  Name the most impressive moment on tour that’s happened so far this year (mens or women’s)? To be honest the most impressive moment would have to be what happened in the final at J-Bay. Impressive to see that another competitor, in this case Julian Wilson, putting their own life in jeopardy to save another competitor. This showcased how deep all the men and women's friendships are on this tour. To be put in a situation like that and what their natural instincts were in that moment - that's true heroism and that to me is the most impressive moment in surf to date, period. What is one note/ word of encouragement or advice you give to every single person you work with?  "POSITIVE reinforcement” I really want to instil in every surfer I work with a very strong self belief in their ability, no matter what the conditions are like or what score they need. That trust needs to come from them being confident in their own decision making. Having good preparation and sticking to a solid routine will see you compete at your best….. Training, do you do it? Ratio of training to actual surfing?  Yes train the body and the mind.  The tour is gruelling and you need to stay on top of your health if you are going to succeed also eating heathy is a must. Actual surfing is the best training you can do, but to get the edge then you need to work hard whether it be full on gym sessions, Swimming, Yoga etc   …….. "hard work beats talent when talent doesn’t work hard” Name three toughest waves on tour to wire?  The Box (Margaret River), Chopes ( Tahiti), Pipeline (Hawaii) The three most fierce women’s competitors on the tour right now?  Sally Fitzgibbons, Carissa Moore and Courtney Conlogue
  • Surf

    2015 Sion Milosky Gromfest - Full Event Recap

    Family, friends, and loved ones gathered at Prince Kuhio beach on August 15th, 2015 to celebrate the life of Sion Milosky for the 4th Annual LIVE LIKE SION GROMFEST. The GROMFEST is a grassroots event that focuses on family core values and the love Sion had for the ocean. Every year the surfing community, and the island of Kauai show their love by giving back through donations and volunteering their time. This year was no different, as it was the biggest and best one yet, with entries totaling just under 200, 46 of which were in the Keiki push-in division. The lawn at PKS was covered with blankets and umbrellas as families posted up for a day of fun at the beach. Everywhere you looked you could feel good vibes  through the contagious smiles, handshakes, and hugs as everyone celebrated the life of SION MILOSKY. Prizes and raffles were passed out all day from the many generous donations, and nobody went home empty handed. All proceeds went to the LIVE LIKE SION foundation and will be allocated to a few non-profit organizations and future events through the foundation itself. Everything from event staff, to lunch, shave ice, trophies, prizes and the awards ceremony, were all donations and just a reminder of how much of a impact SION made not only in the water but out of the water as well. Competition was tough as the waves were 2-3 ft. with light offshore conditions and plenty of contestable rides all day. The level of surfing from all ages was incredible to see and really shows that the future of surfing in Hawaii is very bright. There were 10 divisions in the LIVE LIKE SION GROMFEST but the Keiki push-in stole the show once again, as people crowded the wall bordering the water and cheered on every single ride the Keiki rode. They were all winners as everyone received first place trophies but more importantly had the time of their lives, and really got to see what LIVE LIKE SION was all about. After a long action packed day of family fun and competition, everyone gathered at the awards ceremony down the road. Families gathered at kukui'ula harbor as the sunset over the water, filled in as a backdrop. Dinner was shared and everyone enjoyed and reminisced on the days fun and remembered a great man while doing so. The awards were passed out and every finalist was loaded up with donated prizes from Volcom, Oakley, KonaRed, Poipu Surf, Captain Andy's and the many other sponsors along with trophies to remember the 4th Annual LIVE LIKE SION GROMFEST. Last but not least Will Scovel Surfboards and Lee Surfboard Design, surprised everyone with the GROM OF THE DAY boy/girl awards and gave away a beautiful surfboard each. This years 4th annual LIVE LIKE SION GROMFEST was a huge success and will be hard to top! The GROMFEST would not be possible without the many volunteers, event staff, parents and sponsors. The Milosky Ohana, and the event staff would like to send a sincere Mahalo and Aloha to everyone who made it happen. Without all of you this event would not be possible and we are forever thankful and deeply humbled for your continued support, love, and generosity. We look forward to seeing you next year at the 5th Annual LIVE LIKE SION GROMFEST and again help us celebrate the life of SION MILOSKY.
  • Music

    Volcom at Visions Festival | London, England

    This past Saturday Dustin Dollin, Ben Raemers, Harry Lintell, Eniz Fazliov and Lois Pendlebury spent some time in the UK at Visions Festival – a Real Life Happening spread across several venues in Hackney, London. Following on from two critically acclaimed and sold out years, the festival hosted a whole range of happenings from the East London Print Makers screening onto our shirts to the Fat White Family band, The Hinds and more playing killer shows in this third year sold out event making the whole thing a blast from start to finish. Volcom also took along our two prize winners who hung out with the crew for the day after winning Volcom Brand Jeans, travel, hotels, guest list tickets and plenty of beers. Matthew Rutherford -­‐ Prize Winner: “Festival tickets, travel, hotel, jeans. I’ve been looking forward to the bands, the food and the beer. You can’t beat this can you, really?" The Fat White Family smashed through a killer set with their frontman Lias getting well amongst it all with the crowd. Our Finnish connection, Eniz Fazliov enjoying the Visions outdoor space… …With our Aussie connection Dustin. The Visions blimp flew high and mighty all day above the festival. Our contest winners Matt Rutherford and Joe Seager sank a few beers with Dustin and lurked heavily with us throughout the festival. Good times! Lois Pendlebury and Harry Lintell. A couple of teeth short. Dustin sees downtime, Lois sees playtime. No caption required Our pal and PR master, Leanne trying to work out what trouble Harry’s hijinks will land them in next. The party crew outside the Oval Space venue. Low key Raemers. Quietly fuelling the fire… Theres something out there. Claw Marks really, really know how to put on a show. Hanging from the rafters. Literally. London Fields in between shows. Dustin & Eniz take five… Always on. Dustin kept everyone entertained – especially our two new mates. The face of a man with a plan REDDOS! Stretching before hitting the next show. That’s some serious knowledge! Ben Raemers. Taxi service in full swing.  

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Volcom Super Collider Returns to Fun Fun Fun Fest
Volcom and Fun Fun Fun Fest are proud to announce that with the help of local ramp builder, Ryan Corrigan of HOLDONHEREWEGO and the Austin-based nonprofit, Project Loop, we will again lead the charge in building the Volcom Super Collider for the FFF Fest skate event this year. The super ramp, designed by legendary skateboarder Remy Stratton, debuted last year to rave reviews from athletes and spectators alike and has now become an integral part of the action-sports experience at FFF Fest. "The supercollider, like a music stage, is also fun to look at even when no one’s on it. And then, there is that moment when the team jumps on deck with their boards in hand and the skate session explodes into some of the nastiest shredding ever, combined with the Fun Fun Fun Festival sights and sounds all around, I just can’t wipe the smile off my face," says Volcom VP of Skateboarding Remy Stratton. Volcom will also welcome back its renowned skate team for a series of demos throughout the Festival weekend. This years lineup includes: • Axel Cruysberghs • Ben Raemers • Caswell Berry • Chris Pfanner • CJ Collins • Collin Provost • David Gonzalez • Dustin Dollin • Grant Taylor • Louie Lopez • Ryan Sheckler • Rune Glifberg Tickets for the 10 annual Fun Fun Fun Fest set to take place November 6-8 in Austin, TX are now available at funfunfunfest.com and check out last years action from Fun Fun Fun Fest
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Volcom Wild In The Parks – Stop 6 – Caswell’s Choice – Kirk Roach
Caswell's Choice – presented by The Skateboard Mag: Caswell Berry will award his favorite competitor from each stop of the 2015 Wild in the Parks tour to jump in the van with the Volcom team and shoot a photo to be featured in The Skateboard Mag with the footage to be featured on The Berrics! Stop #6 winner: Kirk Roach
Psychic Migrations
Psychic Migrations: Australia
Volcom Stone's latest feature surf film, Psychic Migrations, is set to release in September 2015 and we are unveiling some of the remote locations where the movie was filmed, along with a chance to win an all-expenses-paid trip for you and a friend to the Global Premiere in Newport Beach, CA. on September 17, click here to enter. Mitch Coleborn and Ozzie Wright didn't need to go far to film for this Psychic Migrations trip to Australia. Natives to the country, Mitch and Ozzie were stoked to get some filming in for the movie close to home and score some epic barrels (and of course, airs). But that's not what you'll only be seeing from Mitch, Ozzie, and the rest of the PM crew, in fact, this movie has a different feel. Director Ryan Thomas  explains: "I try not to repeat myself from film to film. This one is going to be very different than, say, BS!, which was a little sarcastic. This one has a very different mood, and I hope people are with me on it." Mitch Coleborn and Ozzie Wright journey to the beach somewhere in Australia. Photo: Tom Carey Mitch Coleborn, aussie-livin'. Photo: Tom Carey Cave dwellers. Photo: Tom Carey Ozzie Wright doesn't just do airs, he gets super tubed also. Photo: Tom Carey Photo: Tom Carey A day at the beach is a day well spent. Photo: Tom Carey *Dive into our previous post with Balaram Stack, Carlos Munoz, and Mike Gleason and their trip to Central America HERE, and watch the Psychic Migrations trailer at www.volcom.com/psychicmigrations Sweepstakes open to legal residents of the continental United States and Canada (excluding Québec), 18 years of age or older. Click here for all the Official Sweepstakes Rules.
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Vinyl Vortex! Record Swap at Volcom HQ Recap
Sunday August 23rd Volcom Entertainment held the "Vinyl Vortex" in our very own Volcom HQ skatepark! Many vendors showed up with tons of vinyl to sell and trade. Beyond swapping records we also opened our private skatepark to skaters, had a Volcom Women's bazaar and flea market and also had live music from The Death Valley Girls, Fat Tony, Sweat Lodge and White Mystery. Check out some photos below and thanks to all the vendors and people who came out! Everyone was on the hunt for some epic finds and deals all day We were also giving away free 7 inches from the Volcom Vinyl Club in exchange for a can of food that was donated to a local food bank. Record vendors were bringing in bus loads of records to sell Our good friends from Burger Records were in the house Shout out to Archies Ice Cream truck for the free ice cream! Couldn't go wrong with some tacos out in the parking lot Volcom Womenn crew had a tent outside with take home tie dyes next to their flea market. Art Lofter Patrick Carrie slanging signs Streams of people moved through each vendor, digging for deals and trades. Before bands started, the park was open to anyone who wanted to skate it. Braden Stelma found out on instagram and came just to skate, blasting these airs all morning. CJ Collins stopped by for a quick session. Boneless on the bank. Even Lee from Burger Records took some time to shred the park! First band of the day were the Death Valley Girls! Houston's own Fat Tony was a last minute addition, but he still rolled in hot and killed it. Keeping the party going! Sweat Lodge came in with some HEAVY riffs! White Mystery was the last band to close out the day and they did not disappoint! Color Photos: Hope Lane B&W Photos: Daniel Cabral
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Stop #6 of Volcom’s Wild in the Parks – Legacy Skatepark - Ottawa, ON Canada
Before the contest we went to the Legacy Skatepark with Collin Provost, Daan van der Linden, Grant Taylor and Arto Saari. Stop #6 of Volcom’s Wild In The Parks tour pushed north of the boarder to Canada’s Legacy Skatepark in Ottawa, ON on Saturday August 8, 2015. Legacy skatepark is a 15-minute drive from the downtown sector of Canada’s capital city of Ottawa. The park’s rad history and grunge feel is something that cannot be replicated. The freewheeling spirit of that park allows a sense of “anarchy” back into skateboarding, which sometimes gets lost. Above all else, this is a super fun spot to rip and the locals do just that. On any given day you will see tranny guys blasting, tech guys melting minds, or even the occasional “large guy” game of skate. All these antics made for another impactful Wild In The Parks with our Canadian brethren. This frontside boardslide in the 14 & Under Division prelims was the first one Ben Pearson ever landed on the rail. Ben then made good on a promise to shuv out in finals later that day. Bailey Seager took 1st in the 14 & Under Division with tricks like this crook to backlip in zone 3. Taking home 1st in the 15-21 Division, Matt Racine slid this front blunt down the rail with ease. Brandon Brilliant finished 7th in the 15-21 Division with tricks like this crowd pleasing back tail down the hubba. Placing 2nd in the 15-21 Division, Nico Labbé pulled this back lip shove 2nd try in finals. Caswell's Choice, Kirk Roach, kept it calm and collected during the contest. He made this clean kickflip on the double set in prelims and landed a 6th place finish in the 15-21 Division. Earning himself 3rd in the Open/AM Division, Nolan Saumure pulled this coast-to-coast nose manual nollie flip out no more than 1 minute into finals. Local ripper and the skate teams guide through Ottawa, Mitch Barrette, killed it with this salad grind across and down to place 4th in the Open/AM Division. Riley Cronin dropped this laser flip banger on the double set and placed 5th in the Open/AM Division. Jayden Bono was ripping all day with killer tricks like this 180 switch crook to regs down the rail. He took home 2nd in the Open/AM Division. Jamie Bennett took the top spot for the Open/AM Division with a grip of tech tricks. He battled this full cab flip down the double set in prelims and proved he could get it again during finals. Results: 14 & Under Division: 1st: Bailey Seager 2nd: Cayde Mckinstray 3rd: Ben Pearson 4th: Logan Cruickshank 5th: Owen Genier 6th: Matt Steven 7th: Jahiem Rockwell 15 – 21 Division: 1st: Matt Racine 2nd: Nico Labbé 3rd: Jonah Melnyk 4th: Scott Lauzon 5th: Josh Warner-Jacobs 6th: Kirk Roach 7th: Brandon Brilliant Open/AM Division: 1st: Jamie Bennett - $250 2nd: Jayden Bono - $150 3rd: Nolan Saumure - $100 4th: Mitch Barrette 5th: Riley Cronin 6th: Damien Derby 7th: Noah Cleroux Caswell's Choice – presented by The Skateboard Mag:  Caswell Berry will award his favorite competitor from each stop of the 2015 Wild in the Parks tour to jump in the van with the Volcom team and shoot a photo to be featured in The Skateboard Mag with the footage to be featured on The Berrics! Stop #6 winner: Kirk Roach Next Stop: The Edge Skatepark, Taunton, MA – August 30th, 2015! Click here for more info. Follow the tour on instagram @VolcomWITP and see more photos from this stop on our facebook page Huge thanks to our prizing sponsors Enjoi Skateboards, Andalé Bearings, and Dwindle Distribution.
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Interview with Maud Le Car
We had a chance to catch up with our very own Maud Le Car this week to ask her about her strong quarter final finish at Copa El Salvador Impresionante. Here's what she had to say... Was this your first trip to El Salvador? Have you surfed or heard of this wave before? This was my first trip to El Salvador and all I heard about this wave of Punta Roca, the wave of the contest, was that it's an amazing long right, a world class wave in super warm water. What to you like about surfing this wave?  I like surfing this wave because it's just so rippable. I love long rights and Punta Roca is a point break so it's always breaking in the same place with a long wall all the way down until the end of the wave. You can make so many turns in the pocket, it's just paradise. What are/were your favorite things about this trip? My favorite things about this trip were first the wave of Punta Roca and the fact that I made a result but more so that I had the opportunity to show my surf. I learned a lot during this contest about myself and the way I abord contest. What made the difference, why did you do so well at this event?  I think what made the difference in this contest was the way I changed my vision of competing. I started this year in 5th and 9th place and expected others good results to qualify in the world tour 2016. I put so much pressure on myself, I couldn't even just do my surf during a heat… I had been losing on the first round on the last 3 events and that was really frustrating. It was hard to see my dream for the qualification this year go a little bit farther away every first round I didn't make. I realized that whatever the results, what I love the most is just surfing and the amazing feeling surfing gives me. The simple fact that to surf makes me feel so alive and happy is the most important thing for me. So I went to El Salvador just to HAVE FUN and without expecting or waiting for a result. I think I did well because I was enjoying my heats and was just thinking about destroying the waves and not about the result. Tell us what you were thinking about while in your heat(s)? And where are you off to now? It's weird but during my heats I was thinking about nothing! I was just breathing, waiting for the waves and once the wave was there I just focused on surfing my best - limitless- Now I am off to France, my "second home", and I am happy to be back training and I am super motivated for upcoming events in France and the last 6000 in Pantin. I am going to stay on the same good vibes and do my best to have fun. Do you plan on traveling to El Salvador again? Why? For sure I will be back in El Salvador if the contest is ON next year! Or maybe for a surf trip to do a surf video… Such fun waves in Salvador and there are many good spots for great footage and practicing on a really great rights.