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  • Surf

    Traveling From Chile to Ecuador on an XR 125

    Living like a nomad on the back of a motorcycle in search of surf breaks in far off lands is usually the stuff of legend or well funded pros, but it doesn't have to be as our Finnish friend, Ilmo Niittymäki, recently found out as he ventured to South America for the first time. A long time friend and member of the infamous--but now extinct--Volcom Club in Finland, Ilmo now lives in Hossegor, France, and makes a day-job out of managing his fellow countrymen as they travel the world snowboarding. And when he's not working, you'll find him floating around the line ups of south west France, shredding in the Pyrenees and cruising the local concrete formations. The dude definitely has the bug. Also crazy about motorcycles, Ilmo's principal mode of transportation these days is a 1982 Honda CB 750, so when the opportunity presented itself to leave the French and Spanish coasts behind for a motorcycle trip up the west coast of South America, he leapt at it. Traveling halfway around the world, Ilmo concocted a vague plan to follow the pacific coast from Chile up through Peru and on to Ecuador, giving himself 3 months to make the trip so he would have ample time to stop and do plenty of exploring and surfing along the way. After jumping through a few bureaucratic hoops, Ilmo managed to purchase a Honda XR 125 to which he mounted a board rack and strapped his bag on top of, ready to make the 6,000 kilometer journey on his severely underpowered "baby" bike. "The whole trip was a dream come true on paper, but like always, the road threw me a few curve balls along the way." Aside from the dust, sweat, frozen fingers, relentless winds, flat spell and a couple major hangovers, there were the run-ins with various authorities. "When I was denied exit from Chile to Peru with my bike and being held at gun point by the cops when I was free camping on a beach in Peru". Able to eventually sneak through the border on a second try and talk his way out of the situation on the beach in Peru, Ilmo's luck continued when he nearly found himself out of gas in the middle of the desert. "Due to my own idiotism and optimism I almost ran out of fuel in middle of Atacama, but luckily I found some people that had a stash of gas they were willing to sell me gallon of." But aside from that and getting his Volcom boots stolen from one of the hostels he stayed in, the highs of the trip more than outweighed the lows. "The biggest highs obviously, apart from the parties in Punta Hermosa and Montanita, were definitely waves at Punta de Lobos and Lobitos. All I can think of now is to go back and continue the trip as soon as I can. There’s plenty of coastline in between Ecuador and Alaska left for me to cruise about..." Ilmo's 2014 Honda XR 125 purchased for $1300 Rocas de Punta de Lobos Long lefts... The long road to Antofagasta in northern Chile Exploring the Valle de la Luna A single pair of Volcom jeans were the only pants Ilmo brought on his journey On the way to Piura almost running out of gas Lobitos in northern Peru Best waves in Peru Read about Ilmo's entire journey including his time pre-motorcycle in Patagonia and Easter Island on Latam Airlines Next Stop Latin America blog and give him a follow at @ilmoveli on Instagram see more of his adventures.
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    BEHIND-THE-SCENES: Volcom Pipe Pro 2017

    GO BEHIND-THE-SCENES AT THE VOLCOM PIPE HOUSES ON OAHU'S NORTH SHORE DURING THE 2017 VOLCOM PIPE PRO! Photos by Mike Morrissey Related: Portraits - Finals Day - Day 3 - Day 2 - Day 1 - Sustainability + Giveback Programs Opening ceremony - blessing the event. Competitor jerseys. Michael Morrissey docking himself on the porch of the Volcom Pipe House pondering what to do on lei day #3. Sustainable Coastlines Hawaii helping make waste a resource! Director of Volcom's Psychic Migrations, RT, checking out the waves at the Beach Park. New Jersey's Pat Schmidt showed up for a few days (the weather was actually a bit chilly at times). Drone launching from the Volcom Pipe House to capture some free surfs during one of the many, many lei days. Early morning pre-start to competition. We were there for two weeks. The waves were either firing or big and stormy. This is the latter. Taken from the 3rd story of the Pipe House. Never a dull moment with Tai Vandyke and Burger! When the event was called off, thus presumed a lei day, the boys spread thin: searching for waves on another part of the island, golfing, getting ready for the event, or laying around the Pipe House watching movies. In this photo you can see Mitch Coleborn (left) and Fat Tony (couch) while a documentary was rolling. Tons of music documentaries were watched on lei days. Two that come to mind were of Keith Richards and Tom Petty. Volcom surfboard room at the Pipe House. From the living room of the Pipe House looking out at Pipeline (Pipeline is a little more towards the left of the photo). This was the morning of the finals. Volcom's Matt Bemrose (left) and Richie Olivares (middle) doing some pre-live production. Contest Director Marty Thomas (left) and announcer Kaipo Guerrero warming up for the Morning Live Show. Leland Dao. Banzai Bowls was on site every morning to feed the staff and competitors. Nothing better than a healthy acai bowl to get the day started! Thank you, Joe Bard and team! Assessing the conditions on the porch of the Volcom Pipe House: Kaimana Henry, Jason Shibata, and Makuakai Rothman.         "Are we on?!" -Everyone, every morning. Miguel Tudela psyching and strategizing before his heat. Besides a near-perfect 10-point ride, Miguel lost out in Round 4. The boss, Kai Borg, was there to hold it down from Day 1 to make sure everyone kept their cool. Kawai Lindo + Jason Shibata spotting a drainer down at Off The Wall! Head of Volcom Entertainment, Kurt Midness, flew over to hang with our musical guests for the event, Fat Tony and iLL Faded, and clock some solid Hawaii time. Fat Tony DJ'd at the Volcom Pipe House after competition days, and dropped an epic live performance at the Turtle Bay Resort one night. Volcom's North American Men's Marketing Director, Daniel Terry (left), didn't stop running around and taking care of business the entire two weeks we were there. The man means business, can't you tell?! Aloha! The boys enjoying some downtime before the event. Tai Vandyke (left), Volcom team rider and New Yorker Balaram Stack (middle), and well, we just call him Thor (right). More downtime, but this time it's personal! There was a VIP bar on the 3rd story of the Pipe House, and Balaram Stack took full advantage. Videographer Marc Chambers keeping the Hawaiian vibe alive! Fat Tony and iLL Faded keeping the house party jamming with non-stop tunes for hours. Volcom Stoned! Shot from the OG Volcom House looking at the Volcom Pipe House. Jason Shibata, Charly Quivront, and Imai Devault. Kai Borg assisting one of our filmers, Nate Leal, with the door into the Volcom OG Volcom House to capture the music and party vibes. He looks pretty stoked Kai Borg held the door open for him. Burger taking a look into the party scene at the OG Volcom House after Finals Day. Kai Borg and Kelly Slater. Can't even imagine how much surfing history is known by these two awesome humans. The man behind @DrewToonz, Drew Toonz! Jamie O'Brien's new house is being built directly behind the Volcom Pipe House, and they were enjoying the Volcom Pipe Pro from the deck. This house's location has been occupied by many famous surfers in past years. Looking straight out at Pipeline from the kitchen of the Volcom Pipe House. Solid view from the patio of the Pipe House. Volcom Hawaii's Clint Moncata, and Alex Moncata Mark Gabriel, Kailey and Ashley Bogart. Mauro Diaz, Harry Timson, and Balaram Stack enjoying Primo number too many. Thor and Mitch Coleborn. Up to something you can bet on that! Sports broadcaster and TV host, Tina Dixon, and Red Bull's Claude Merkle. Volcom's Head of Surf Photography, Tom Carey (left), photographer Brian Bielmann (middle), and Volcom's EVP of Marketing, Ryan Immegart (right), checking out some of the day's photos. These guys were huge contributors to making it all happen. Volcom's Daniel Terry and welcoming-newcomer, Jeff Arnold! Abe Lerner, Volcom's VP of Surf, Brad Dougherty, and Ryan Immegart. Artist and longtime Volcom family friend, Mike Parillo with his little buddy. Tom Carey breaking up the monotony of photo editing all day. Tai Vandyke capturing the mood of a party at the OG Volcom House after competition day. Richie Olivares, Volcom's Global Surf Team Manager, and Milo, sunset hanging on the porch of the Volcom Pipe House. Hawaiian Water Patrol getting their skis out in the lineup before competition began. Despite Yago Dora's stellar performance in his earlier round heats, he lost out in Round 4 to Bruce Irons and Aritz Aranburu. Kaimana Henry + Jason Magallanes, pure Hawaii. Brad and Tai, porch hangin'. Chris Stebely + Anthony Sedgwick. Clint drafting up some custom tees! WSL announcer Joe Turpel. Kalani Chapman with some words to live by. Volcom Pipe House before the event started. The walkway up from Kamehameha Highway. Left is the OG Volcom House, straight ahead is Pipeline, right is the Volcom Pipe House. Early morning surf check out at Pipeline. Some lei days had some gems, but they were far too consistent to run competition in order to give everyone a far shot at scoring potential. During competition, Nate Leal wasn't seen for most of the day. We wondered where he went. Turned out he was down the beach filming the heats from the bushes! The Stone. It stands for something bigger than all of us. No shortage of beers from Kona Brewing Co. and Primo throughout the entire event. Thank you! Cheers for the beers from Tai Vandyke + Milo. WSL's Joe Turpel and Surfing World Editor, Vaughan Blakey at the Pipe House after a full day of competition. OG Volcom House rager! Photo shot from the 3rd story of the Volcom Pipe House. Volcom Hawaii's Dave Riddle cruised by the houses on this thing a few times. Rid's been a strong contributor to the Volcom Hawaii program since day one. Buddy, Milo, Tai Vandyke, Richie Olivares, Ryan Boyes, and RT (front) Mark Gabriel and Bruce Irons. Bruce kept on making heats and dropping huge scores along the way, eventually falling short in the final to Griffin Colapinto, Adriano de Souza, and event winner, Soli Bailey. Here is your 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro winner, Australia's Soli Bailey! Soli finished the final far above his competition with a 13.26 heat total. Congrats to all finalists!
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    PORTRAITS: Volcom Pipe Pro 2017

    THE MANY FACES AT THE VOLCOM PIPE PRO Photos by Mike Morrissey Related: Behind-the-scenes - Finals Day - Day 3 - Day 2 - Day 1 - Sustainability + Giveback Programs Balaram Stack Matt Bemrose Billy Hume Charly Quivront Daniel Terry Dave Wassel Dave Riddle Drew Toonz Kaimana Henry Gavin Beschen + his grom Banyan! Yoshiaki "Goose" Masuda Brian Toth Dane Jeffreys Hayden Rodgers, Hagan Johnson, Nolan Rodgers. Harry Timson Burger Thor Taichi Wakita Freddy Henssens Levi Slawson Billy Marcelo Trekinho Tom Carey Scott Stinnett James Lucarelli Lugo Mike Morrissey Nate Leal Pat Schmidt Richie Olivares Tom Dosland Kimo Leong Brian Bielmann Mark "Scabs" Gabriel Drew Toonz Rusty Keaulana Jeff Arnold Larry Haynes Chris Cote Jim Mincher Bruce Irons Sal Masekela Jeff Doner Thomas Joe Turpel Chris Stebley Jake Burack Ryan Immegart Tai Vandyke Mike Parillo Brad Dougherty Kaipo Guerrero + Joe Turpel Van RT Todd Hymel Imai Devault Jason Shibata Jamie O'Brien Kai Borg Yago Dora + Miguel Tudela Yago Dora Tom Dosland Mitch Coleborn Tom Carey
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    Volcom Women's Swim featured in Sports Illustrated Swimsuit 2017 Issue (NSFW)

    We're thrilled to see our swim in the newest issue of SI Swimsuit! We have not one, but two placements in the iconic magazine! What's even more exciting is the promotion of our #CaughtUpInAGoodThing swim collection as seen in the magazine. Our swim designers made a stunning, one-of-a-kind piece for SI Swim to share our story of eco-friendly swimwear that is made up of recycled fishnets found in the ocean. Vita Sidorkina in our one-of-a-kind fishnet one piece for our Caught Up In A Good Thing Collection. Photo by Ben Watts.   Join Georgia May Jagger and the gang in being #CaughtUpInAGoodThing. Shop our first-ever ocean friendly swim collection composed of 78% ECONYL regenerated yarn produced by recycling fishnets and other discarded nylons.   Kelly Gale in our Wild Daze Tiny Bottoms. Photo by James Macari.
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    Finals Day Highlights - 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro

    Congratulations to Soli Bailey, 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro Champion! Finals Day at the Volcom Pipe Pro was unpredictable! We kicked off the morning early with the two remaining heats of Round 3, then we immediately got into Round 4 competition. Waves started off slow as the sun rose over Sunset Elementary, but it wasn’t long before sets started rolling in and guys started dropping some big scores. The first 9-point ride went to Brazil’s Adriano De Souza on a heavy Backdoor wave in his first heat of the competition to secure himself into Round 4. Along with Adriano, Ian Crane, Benji Brand, and Luke Shepardson advanced to the next round. Round 4 saw similar off-beat scores from the inconsistent, yet improving sets, but boys made it happen. Brian Toth kicked off Heat 2 with a solid 6-point ride, while in the last minute of the heat, Kiron Jabour dropped to third place after Soli Bailey secured solid 6.13 score. Heat 3 we saw Mitch Coleborn bag a solid Pipe wave earning himself a 6.17 to push himself into the lead, and right behind him, Koa Smith took off on a similar Pipe wave, although not as deep as Coleborn, and earned himself a 5-point ride. John John Florence once again delivered, dropping a 7.5 score right off the bat, then following it up with a 5.17 and 6.83 to hold the heat. Also getting through Heat 4 was Hawaii’s Hank Gaskell. Heat 5 saw Brazil’s David do Carmo pull off a rocky bottom turn on a Pipe wave and miraculously got spit out with his hands in his air to earn a well-deserved 6.83, while crowd-favorite Mason Ho surprisingly went down due to lack of waves in the heat. The next heat saw more upsets with Makuakai Rothman being knocked out, as well as Yago Dora, who has been in-form the whole event. But it was Bruce Irons, Aritz Aranburu, Lucas Silveira, Luke Shepardson, Adriano De Souza, and Makai McNamara who all coupled good enough scores to move into the Quarterfinals. During the Quarterfinals, the side wind had slightly picked up and turned things a bit messier in the lineup, but there were still some gems to be had. Soli Bailey nabbed a 6.17 on a clean Backdoor right, to add to his previous 4.0, and an on-fire Leandro Usuna from Argentina grabbed a couple mid-range scores, both enough to advance them into the Semifinals. Heat 2 saw slower wave conditions and increased wind as John John Florence, Griffin Colapinto, Mitch Coleborn, and Brian Toth tried battling through the conditions in any way possible. While they were hoping for barrels, it turned out to be turns that prevailed as John John and Griffin each found a Backdoor wave which delivered their advancement. Quarterfinal Heat 3 went nearly 15 minutes before anyone had caught a decent wave, and it was Bruce Irons who delivered the first punch on a smaller Backdoor barrel to receive a well-earned 6.33 score. Along with Bruce, it was David do Carmo to roll into the already-stacked Semifinal heats. Heat 4 was another one for turns, with a sneaky tube seen by Artiz Aranburu. While it was another low-scoring heat with the winds affecting the conditions, Aranburu dropped some heavy turns and advanced with a 11.34 and Adriano De Souza advanced with a 7.50. And there it was, the Semifinals were set! Semifinal 1 saw Australia's Soli Bailey, Argentina's Leandro Usuna, Hawaii's John John Florence, and USA's Griffin Colapinto. John John drew first blood with a couple playful hooks on a Backdoor right, but it was Soli Bailey to find a barrel at Pipe to get the early lead with a 5.0. Things went relatively quiet, and towards the end of the heat, John John was sitting in fourth position and grabbed a one-turn Backdoor right, but it wasn't enough. Soli Bailey dropped a huge 8.17 score near the five-minute mark, and in the dying seconds of the heat, Griffin Colapinto found a clean Backdoor barrel, barely sneaking out the doggy dog, to earn a 7.37, securing his spot in the finals. Semifinal 2 competitors picked up the heat and competition went fierce. An in-rhythm Bruce Irons wowed the fans with a 6.77 barrel, and David do Carmo dropped two solid turns on a Backdoor set wave to receive a 5.83. While Aritz Aranburu and David do Carmo were able to get some solid scores, it was Adriano De Souza who advanced to the Finals, along with Bruce Irons who managed to drop a near-perfect 8.93 score. THE FINALS With the resurgence of Bruce, the competitive spirit of Adriano, the rookie-hunger of Griffin, and the underdog-hopes of Soli, the final was truly exciting to watch. It started off with a strong paddle battle between Bruce and Adriano for priority, then saw Soli snag a mid-range 5.67 Backdoor tube. With the wind magically switching to slight offshore during the final, it had seemed luck was on their side, but the boys had to wait as a lack of waves keep them searching for a score. A clean-up set caught Soli inside and breaking his leash off causing him to retrieve a backup board from the beach. With nine minutes left, Bruce and Griffin were put in a combo situation when Soli dropped the highest single-wave score of the heat of a 7.33. For the remainder of the final, the waves didn't produce any additional high-scoring potential, which left Soli eagerly counting down the clock to the final second, which he did. Congratulations to all the finalists, and Soli Bailey for being crowned the 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro Champion! FINAL (1) Soli Bailey - 13.26 (2) Adriano De Souza - 8.43 (3) Griffin Colapinto - 3.90 (4) Bruce Irons - 3.66 SEMIFINALS H1: (1) Soli Bailey, (2) Griffin Colapinto, (3) Leandro Usuna, (4) John John Florence H2: (1) Bruce Irons, (2) Adriano De Souza, (3) David do Carmo, (4) Aritz Aranburu QUARTERFINALS H1: (1) Soli Bailey, (2) Leandro Usuna, (3) Hank Gaskell, (4) Koa Smith H2: (1) John John Florence, (2) Griffin Colapinto, (3) Mitch Coleborn, (4) Brian Toth H3: (1) Bruce Irons, (2) David do Carmo, (3) Luke Shepardson, (4) Makai McNamara H4: (1) Aritz Aranburu, (2) Adriano De Souza, (3) Lucas Silveira, (4) Seth Moniz Round 4 H1: (1) Leandro Usuna, (2) Griffin Colapinto, (3) Billy Kemper, (4) Nathan Florence H2: (1) Soli Bailey, (2) Brian Toth, (3) Kiron Jabour, (4) Jeronimo Vargas H3: (1) Mitch Coleborn, (2) Koa Smith, (3) Balaram Stack, (4) Tom Whitaker H4: (1) John John Florence, (2) Hank Gaskell, (3) O’Neill Massin, (4) Koa Rothman H5: (1) (1) David do Carmo, (2) Seth Moniz, (3) Miguel Tudela, (4) Mason Ho H6: (1) (1) Bruce Irons, (2) Aritz Aranburu, (3) Yago Dora, (4) Makuakai Rothman H7: (1) (1) Lucas Silveira, (2) Luke Shepardson, (3) Ian Crane, (4) Marco Giorgi H8: (1) (1) Adriano De Souza, (2) Makai McNamara, (3) Benji Brand, (4) Wiggolly Dantas Round 3 H15: (1) Benji Brand, (2) Ian Crane, (3) Lucca Messings Novaro, (4) Michael Ridrigues H16: (1) Adriano De Souza, (2) Luke Shepardson, (3) Finn McGill, (4) Parker Coffin Early morning surf check. Looks like someone is about to make the call! photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo Miguel Tudela. photo: Lugo Miguel Tudela + Mitch Coleborn. Bros. photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo Bruce Irons. photo: Lugo John John Florence. photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo Mitch Coleborn at the media table stealing Lugo's seat. photo: Lugo photo: Lugo Adriano de Souza. photo: Tom Carey John John! photo: Tom Carey Yago Dora. photo: Tom Carey Koa Smith, part 1. photo: Tom Carey Koa Smith, part 2. photo: Tom Carey Mitch Coleborn. photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey Soli Bailey. photo: Brian Bielmann John John Florence. photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann John John hack. photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann Brian Toth. photo: Brian Bielmann Thank you, Hawaiian Water Patrol. photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann Adriano de Souza. photo: Brian Bielmann Adriano, game face on. photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann Soli Bailey, your 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro champ! photo: Brian Bielmann Soli Bailey. photo: Lugo Soli boy. photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann The finalists! Adriano de Souza, Griffin Colapinto, Soli Bailey, Bruce Irons. photo: Brian Bielmann Volcom's VP of Surf, Brad Dougherty, presenting a check to the Sion Milosky Memorial Fund. photo: Brian Bielmann Seth Moniz won the Todd Chesser award. photo: Brian Bielmann The Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii was presented with a $60K check from proceeds from Volcom's Give Back Program. photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann Volcom CEO, Todd Hymel, gave a few words! photo: Brian Bielmann Volcom EVP of Marketing, Ryan Immegart, sharing his thoughts on the event. photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey Watch Day 3 Highlights Watch Day 2 Highlights Watch Day 1 Highlights
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    Volcom Hawaii Sustainability & Giveback Programs at the Volcom Pipe Pro

    Volcom is proud to continue the support of our Volcom Hawaii Giveback and Sustainability Programs year-after-year. Not only is it a commitment to working towards Strong Oceans, a Stable Climate and a Smart Society, it's in our DNA. And the 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro is no different. For the past five years, this event has been deemed a Deep Blue Certified Event, meeting Sustainable Surf’s criteria for running a more sustainable surf event. This means we’ve addressed and measured our impacts in regards to energy, waste, community support, transportation, and climate change. But we haven't stopped there. When you buy Volcom Pipe Pro merchandise and Volcom's Hawaii-only products you're supporting Boys & Girls Club of Hawaii, Live Like Sion Foundation and Sunset Beach Elementary. To date Volcom has donated $450,000 to these organizations, and we're just getting started! Additionally, Rising Sun Solar has deemed both Volcom Pipe Houses the very first surf brand houses on the North Shore to be Sponsored By The Sun, meaning we have maximized our solar electricity potential by installing solar panels on the roofs of the houses, which is good for the environment and good for the local community! With these efforts, now and in the future, we aim to provide an unconditional, relentless support system to our Volcom Hawaii Giveback and Sustainability Programs. Keep updated on Volcom's New Future, the ongoing journey of turning sustainability commitments into actions, at www.volcom.com/sustainability. Your online purchase of VPP merch supports the Live Like Sion Foundation   Learn more about these efforts in our videos below by Hawaii artist Drew Toonz  

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Day 3 Highlights - 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro
Day 3 at the 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro went down in the books! It was a day of heavy upsets and flawless conditions which concluded with Heat 14 of Round 3. Kelly Slater went down to an in-form Bruce Irons and young gun Seth Moniz, while Jack Robinson, who was a standout at last year's Volcom Pipe Pro, ended up losing priority and searching for a score in the dying minutes of his heat, but luck didn't deliver. Another story from today was a collision in Heat 6 by Bino Lopes and Joshua Burke who mistakenly tried crossing each other on their ways to Pipe and Backdoor. As the day progressed, the sun came out, things started heating up (no pun intended), and the highlight clips were served. John John exercised his home base knowledge and bagged a couple huge scores in typical JJ fashion, Makuakai Rothman got blown out of a flawless Backdoor barrel, Miguel Tudela snagged a textbook Pipe gem, and of course, there were some classic Pipeline wipeouts. Be sure to catch the recap video above for all of today's highlights and action! Check back with us tomorrow morning @ 9am PT at redbull.tv/volcompipepro to see if the final day of surfing will get underway! You can also watch on the Red Bull TV app on mobile phones, tablets, consoles, OTT devices, and Smart TVs! DAY 3 RESULTS Round of 64, 1st and 2nd advance, 3rd = 33rd place, 4th = 49th place H1: (1) Nathan Florence, (2) Kiron Jabour, (3) Dean Bowen, (4) Taichi Wakita H2: (1) Griffin Colapinto, (2) Jeronimo Vargas, (3) Kai Mana Henry, (4) Manuel Selman H3: (1) Soli Bailey, (2) Leandro Usuna, (3) Joshua Moniz, (4) Wyatt McHale H4: (1) Brian Toth, (2) Billy Kemper, (3) Luis Diaz, (4) Kaimana Jaquias H5: (1) Tom Whitaker, (2) Koa Rothman, (3) Olamana Eleogram, (4) Jack Robinson H6: (1) Koa Smith, (2) Hank Gaskell, (3) Joshua Burke, (4) Bino Lopes H7: (1) O’Neill Massin, (2) Mitch Coleborn, (3) Kaito Ohashi, (4) Nomme Mignot H8: (1) John John Florence, (2) Balaram Stack, (3) Kaito Kino, (4) Ezra Sitt H9: (1) Seth Moniz, (2) Bruce Irons, (3) Kelly Slater, (4) Imaikalani deVault H10: (1) Mason Ho, (2) Yago Dora, (3) Maxine Huscenot, (4) Cody Young H11: (1) Aritz Aranburu, (2) David do Carmo, (3) Reo Inaba, (4) Taumata Puhetini H12: (1) Makuakai Rothman, (2) Miguel Tudela, (3) Jesse Mendes, (4) Carlos Munoz H13: (1) Marco Giorgi (URY), (2) Wiggolly Dantas, (3) Shayden Pacarro, (4) Kekoa Cazimero H14: (1) Lucas Silveira, (2) Makai McNamara, (3) Gatien Delahaye, (4) Torrey Meister Watch Day 2 Highlights Watch Day 1 Highlights photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann  Enter Volcom Pipe Pro Sweepstakes Shop Volcom Pipe Pro Collection
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Day 2 Highlights - 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro
Epic surf turned up for Day 2 at the 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro where we saw tons of high scoring waves and even a perfect 10-point ride! Once again the waves at Backdoor prevailed with cleaner conditions and higher stoke providing the competitors with an even playing field and many scoring opportunities. Standouts included Bruce Irons, Makuakai Rothman, and Mason Ho, who pumped his way through a long Backdoor barrel earning himself a well-deserved 9-point ride. The wind switched slightly towards the end of the day, but high scores were still being delivered as we ran through Round 2 and completed the first two heats of Round 3. Check back with us tomorrow morning @ 9am PT at redbull.tv/volcompipepro to see if Day 3 will get underway! You can also watch on the Red Bull TV app on mobile phones, tablets, consoles, OTT devices, and Smart TVs! DAY 2 RESULTS Round of 64, 1st and 2nd advance, 3rd = 33rd place, 4th = 49th place H1: (1) Nathan Florence, (2) Kiron Jabour, (3) Dean Bowen, (4) Taichi Wakita H2: (1) Griffin Colapinto, (2) Jeronimo Vargas, (3) Kai Mana Henry, (4) Manuel Selman Round of 96, 1st and 2nd advance, 3rd = 65th place, 4th = 81st place H1: (1) Nathan Florence, (2) Manuel Selman, (3) Eli Olson, (4) Noa Mizuno H2: (1) Kai Mana Henry, (2) Dean Bowen, (3) Mikey Bruneau, (4) Nic Von Rupp H3: (1) Wyatt McHale, (2) Brian Toth, (3) Jordy Collins, (4) Tomas Tudela H4: (1) Kaimana Jaquias, (2) Leandro Usuna, (3) Flavio Nakagima, (4) Gregg Nakamura H5: (1) Olamana Eleogram, (2) Hank Gaskell, (3) Ian Walsh, (4) Keoni Yan H6: (1) Joshua Burke, (2) Koa Rothman, (3) Guillermo Satt, (4) Jared Hickel H7: (1) Nomme Mignot, (2) Ezra Sitt, (3) Miguel Blanco, (4) Yuri Gonsalves H8: (1) Kaito Kino, (2) Kaito Ohashi, (3) Alonso Correa, (4) Dylan Goodale H9: (1) Seth Moniz, (2) Cody Young, (3) Jamie O’Brien, (4) Shane Holmes H10: (1) Mason Ho, (2) Bruce Irons, (3) Tim Reyes, (4) Danny Fuller H11: (1) Taumata Puhetini, (2) Makuakai Rothman, (3) Turo Ariitu, (4) Shun Murakami H12: (1) Miguel Tudela, (2) Reo Inaba, (3) Eala Stewart, (4) Chris Foster H13: (1) Kekoa Cazimero, (2) Makai McNamara, (3) Tyler Newton, (4) Andy Criere H14: (1) Gatien Delahaye, (2) Shayden Pacarro, (3) Elijah Gates, (4) Masatoshi Ohno H15: (1) Benji Brand, (2) Luke Shepardson, (3) Cory Arrambide, (4) Tanner Hendrickson H16: (1) Parker Coffin, (2) Lucca Mesinas Novaro, (3) Charly Quivront, (4) Ulualoha Napeahi Watch Day 1 Highlights! photo: Lugo photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Chase Newsom photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey photo: Tom Carey Win Custom Surfboard + $500 Shop Volcom Pipe Pro Collection
Events
Day 1 Highlights - 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro
After many intense lei days on the North Shore of waiting for better weather conditions and optimal swell, the 2017 Volcom Pipe Pro finally kicked off in fun, wedgy conditions with Round 1 surfing. The stormy weather circulating the North Shore the past week moved around the sand at Pipeline which caused the surfers to sit down the beach towards Backdoor and even Off The Wall. There were some insane waves ridden today, heavy wipeouts, and a handful of high scores. Tyler Newton snagged a clean 9-point ride in the Volcom Last Chance Qualifier heat to earn himself a spot into Round 2, and 15-year-old Pipe charger Wyatt McHale secured an equally impressive, and deep, 8.5 earning him a huge applause from the beach. Check back with us tomorrow morning @ 9am PT at redbull.tv/volcompipepro to see if Day 2 will get underway! You can also watch on the Red Bull TV app on mobile phones, tablets, consoles, OTT devices, and Smart TVs! RESULTS Volcom Last Chance Qualifier 1st – Tyler Newton Round of 112, 1st and 2nd advance, 3rd = 97th place, 4th = 105th place H1: (1) Nathan Florence, (2) Mikey Bruneau, (3) Kai Lenny, (4) Jason Shibata H2: (1) Wyatt McHale, (2) Gregg Nakamura, (3) Kelson Lau, (4) Noah Beschen H3: (1) Hank Gaskell, (2) Koa Rothman, (3) Alex Pendleton, (4) Myles Padaca H4: (1) Ezra Sitt, (2) Dylan Goodale, (3) Landon McNamara, (4) Evan Valiere H5: (1) Seth Moniz, (2) Danny Fuller, (3) Braiden Maither, (4) Kevin Sullivan H6: (1) Turo Ariitu, (2) Chris Foster, (3) Sheldon Paishon, (4) Kekoa Bacalso H7: (1) Kekoa Cazimero, (2) Shayden Pacarro, (3) Lance Gruver, (4) Tereva David H8: (1) Luke Shepardson, (2) Ulualoha Napeahi, (3) Takayuki Wakita, (4) Logan Bediamol photo: Lugo photo: Lugo photo: Tom Carey photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Tom Carey photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Tom Carey photo: Brian Bielmann photo: Tom Carey photo: Brian Bielmann Win Custom Surfboard + $500 Shop Volcom Pipe Pro Collection
Skate
3 SOTY's 1 Stone!
Never before have we been able to say that our Volcom skate team has had THREE 'Skaters of the Year' in the same year, on the same team, until now! First, Kyle Walker was crowned Thrasher Magazine's 'Skater of the Year', then Daan van der Linden was named 'European Skater of the Year' for the 2nd year in a row, and to top it all off, Australia's longest running skate magazine, Slam Skateboarding, named Jackson Pilz as the 'Australian Skater of the Year'! 3 SOTY's, 1 Stone! How did it all happen? The most prestigious award in skateboarding is Thrasher Magazine's 'Skater of the Year' and with only 23 recipients in the past quarter century, we are proud that Kyle Walker is one of them. He had some of the gnarliest tricks in our latest full length video Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening, not to mention his footage in the Vans 'No Other Way' video and also winning Street Leagues 'Trick of the Year'. This smith grind in Australia was one of the HEAVIEST tricks in Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening. With all hard tricks, there's a battle and this tall out ledge was no different. See more of Kyle's epic year by clicking here! Kyle also landed himself on the cover of Thrasher Magazine with this 2nd story kickflip. Photo: Burnett After Kyle Walker was crowned Thrasher's 'Skater of the Year', voting for 'European Skater of the Year' had just opened. Another one of our riders, Dutch wonder boy Daan van der Linden, was 2015's 'European Skater of the Year' and a heavy contender for 2016's award thanks to his part in Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening along with various footage from travelling with the Anti-Hero crew. It was a crazy year for Daan, Anti-Hero turned him PRO and there was never a shortage of epic skate footage that seemed to pop up everywhere. So when it came time for the Bright European Skateboarding Awards, Daan not only took home 'Video Part of the Year' but also clinched the back to back 'European Skater of the Year' title! Having extra footage is good problem to have and Daan definitely had so much that his Holy Stokes! 'Over Stokes' was packed with clips that didn't make it into his part. Get a more in depth look at Daan's SOTY years here. Daan Backside Noseblunt on the July issue of Thrasher, came with a FREE poster and sticker too! Photo: Keppens Every year the Thrasher 'Skater of the Year' gets to pick a destination and crew to skate with for one epic trip. Since Kyle Walker won, he decided to go to Australia with back to back European Skater of the Year Daan van der Linden as well as other Volcom riders such as Louie Lopez, Dustin Dollin and Jackson Pilz. While on the trip, Australia's longest running skate magazine, Slam Skateboarding, surprised Jackson Pilz by awarding him 'Australian Skater of the Year'! Slam Skateboarding had tallied all of the votes from their online poll and as it turns out, Jackson was the winner. Epic times over the weekend on @kwalks' @thrashermag #sotyDownUnda trip Euro SOTY @skankiee killing it at @jacksonpilz's 'Australian SOTY' surprise! #3SOTYs1Stone! @volcom_oz @shaneazar A video posted by Volcom Skate (@volcomskate) on Jan 29, 2017 at 10:00pm PST Jackson has a bright future ahead of him and we can't wait to see what he does next. In the meantime watch a remix of his Holy Stokes! part and get a full recap of his 2016! Jackson Pilz – Slam Skater of the Year 2017 from Slam Skateboarding Magazine on Vimeo. #3SOTYs1Stone!
Music
Listen to The Picturebooks new song 'Zero Fucks Given'
We're stoked to premiere the brand new tune "Zero Fucks Given" by our bros, The Picturebooks, from their forthcoming album Home is a Heartache that comes out March 10, 2017. We've gotten to know The Picturebooks over the last several years and were big fans of their last album, Imaginary Horse. These guys, Fynn and Philipp, have traveled across Europe and around the U.S. many times over in broke down vans performing their unique brand of heavy-blues-drenched rock while relying on the kindness of friends and fans who offered up their couches so the guys could save some bread on run down motels or having to resort to sleeping in their van. Always the consummate gentleman, when the Volcom Skate Team travels to the guys' home country of Germany, Fynn and Philipp always take care of us, hosting us in their compound, letting us borrow bikes and riding with us for a couple days. Jamming the new song, it really resonated with us, so we hit up Fynn for some background on the recording process... "Like every other song on this album, 'Zero Fucks Given' was recorded in our motorcycle garage next to our studio. We played the music live with just two room microphones to utilize the natural reverb of the stony garage and later overdubbed the vocals in the same manner. We were looking for some additional percussion for that specific song and found that the huge old and rusty chain that we lock up our motorcycles with was probably perfect. We set up a little wooden platform and Philipp would just drop the chain in a certain style to create a great pumping percussion. The song has a lot to do with the way we live our lives - we created everything we are and do ourselves. We wouldn't have it any other way, zero fucks given!" - Fynn Claus Grabke (Guitarist/Vocalist) Give @ThePicturebooks a follow on Instagram if you're into Rock N Roll and choppers. The Picturebooks Home Is A Heartache, pre-order it on iTunes and Amazon
Skate
Jackson Pilz - 2016 Australian Skater of the Year!
'Just when you thought the Skater of the Year party train ended after Kyle Walker won Thrasher's 'Skater of the Year' and Daan van der Linden won 'European Skater of the Year' for the second year in the row, Jackson Pilz has been chosen as Slam Skateboarding's 'Australian Skater of the Year'!!! Three SOTY's, ONE Stone! So how did this all happen for Jackson? Take a look below for a little recap on what Jackson did in 2016! Watch his #HolyStokes! remix part over at the Slam Skateboarding site too! Photo: Arto Saari To start off the year, enjoi skateboards decided to officially put Jackson on the team! As he explains in an interview with Slam Skateboarding "Louie [Barletta], Zack [Wallin], Ben [Raemers] and I had a team dinner sort of thing and we were drinking and talking about enjoi. Then Louie just said, as of now, you're on. Then we drank way more and partied ’til we all blacked out (laughs)." The enjoi team also took a trip down to Australia where Jackson he went on a little demo tour with teammates Ben Raemers and Caswell Berry down the Aussie coast. MASSIVE ollie over the bump to bar! Click the image to see more photos from the #VolcomHailsTheSouthwest trip Photo: Andrew Mapstone We took Jackson on a little roadtrip to Austin, TX with a few of his Aussie mates to film for Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening. Stories and photos from the trip ended up in Slam Skateboarding Magazine. Some of Jackson's Heaviest footage came from that trip, including the HEAVY bump over bar ollie above. Jackson didn't have a lot of time to film for Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening, but he came through with some awesome footage! Australlia and Nor Cal were the trips where a good amount of his footage came from, check out the Berrics remix edits above to watch it all go down. To top of an epic year, Jackson's mind melting kickflip over a full size fence was named Street League 'Kickflip of the Year'! Watch all of the attempts above. Jackson Pilz – Slam Skater of the Year 2017 from Slam Skateboarding Magazine on Vimeo. Congrats, Jackson! We can't wait to see what 2017 holds for you!