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We're experts at putting a fine focus on the unexpected. The Club Destroy Shirt delivers classic Volcom detailing along with a few extra surprises. Features for this premium men's top include a slim fit with a sublimated yardage art print, and a front chest pocket. Detailed with faux coconut buttons and a Volcom stone solid embroidery.
Update your summer festival look by adding the Coastin Baby Tunic to the rotation. This crochet knit tank hugs your figure and dangles down into a triangle fringe hem. Features a deep V back and delicately detailed straps.
Crafted from our unique recycled cotton blend, the slim fit Freemont Polo shirt has three buttons at neck and a front patch pocket with a woven label. Pattern is a yarn dye stripe that’s both traditional and stylish.
Tune into NBC on Sunday, May 1 at 1pm ET / 10am PT to catch a reply of the 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro! Watch some of the world's best surfers like Kelly Slater, John John Florence, Bruce Irons and Dusty Payne battle it out at the legendary Banzai Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu in what some locals were calling the best waves and conditions they've seen in years!
2016 Volcom Pipe Pro trailer
Teaser photos from this year's event
Dusty Payne photo: Tai Vandyke
Kelly Slater photo: Jack Morrissey
Volcom Pipe Pro 2016! photo: Brian Bielmann
Gavin Beschen photo: Lugo
Makai McNamara heavy wipeout. photo: Brian Bielmann
Imai Devault photo: Brian Bielmann
Joan Duru photo: Lugo
Leo Fioravanti. photo: Tai Vandyke
Another Coachella Festival is in the books and we had a blast. Volcom is very happy to get in on the fun with brand ambassadors Run The Jewels who preformed on the main stage each Saturday during Coachella.
Run The Jewels approached Volcom with the idea to create custom denim jackets for El-P and Killer Mike as an homage to some of the great rap duos of eras past. Although the heat of Coachella prohibited Run The Jewels from performing more than 3 or 4 songs in matching denim, they looked great for those moments!
We also collaborated with Run The Jewels and our pals over at The Mountain to create a limited-edition, festival-ready tee shirt of epic proportions. We have a very small quantity in our webstore for those looking to cop this unique design, but who were unable to attend Coachella.
The Volcom Catfish event is back again this year with a new location at Middles in Isabella.. With a solid swell on tap for Saturdays event we knew we were in for another great year of surfing and waves. Along with a great day on tap we were excited to have the Puerto Rican Surfing Federation partnering with us this year. Check out the coverage below!
Beautiful Middles Beach in Isabella sets the stage for a perfect day at the beach.
Rolando Montes letting the tail fly from a fancy Middles section. Rolando ended in a respectable 4th in the Pro-Am division.
The famous Rock at middles is always good for a beautiful picture and a great place for Micah Cantor to ponder his heat plan....
He definitely advanced.
Meet your entertainment for the day. We are smart and enjoy fun.
The uncharacteristic late season swell was a shock to all of us.... except Jabeth Correa.
Getting the day going early with some rocket launch promo toss action.
Mathew Glenn and several other East Coasters made the long trek down to try and grab one of the ten spots available for Lowers.
The Slip-n-slide was in full effect as DJ Dane was getting the kids to push the limits....
Mauro Diaz was surfing like a man possessed all day.
Slip-n-slide then turned to sushi wrap spin class.
Jabeth knows middles like the back of his fins, which are flying through the air in this photo.
Couple bananas for the ladies in the line up.
Luke Gordan another member of the Florida crew that made the trip just barely missed a qualifying spot for TCT Champs.
Watermelon winner Keoni Lasa traveled all the way from Spain to throw his hat in for Lowers.
Mathew Glenn turning the last corner before victory lane.
The kids in PR are non stop and want nothing more then to have fun all day long, so we obliged them.
Micah cantor with a solid 3rd place finish.
To the victor go the Spoils! Mauro Diaz with the win and $500!
Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors:
NEW ERA CAP
1. Mauro Diaz - $500.00
2. Chauncy Robinson
3. Micah Cantor
4. Roland Montez
1. Mathew Glenn
2. Juan Gonzales
3. Rio Donaldson
4. Luke Gordan
5. Jabeth Correa
6. Steven Muschett
1. Jorge Martinez
2. Shaquille Reynoso
3. Josuel Valentin
4. Max Torres
5. Kile Caraccialo
6. Ben Wingate
1. Sage Kats
2. NIcolas Epps
3. Ricardo Acosta
4. Keoni Lasa
5. Jose Angel Mendez
1. Eva Woodland
2. Avery Aydellatte
3. Storm Portman
4. Molly Kirk
5. Jolaris Carreras
6. Gabriela Nicole
WATERMELON AWARD Keoni Lasa
All photos provided by: Darren Muschette
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In celebration of Earth Day 2016, Volcom is proud to announce premiere dates ACROSS THE WORLD! Kicking off in LA on May 20th, 2016, CLICK HERE TO FIND A PREMIERE NEAR YOU!
Available on iTunes June 7th 2016!
To celebrate the release of the Psychic Migrations book, Director Ryan Thomas dug into a stunning Psychic trip that didn’t make it into the final movie. In this cutting room floor short, ISLA DE ALGAS, Ryan Burch and Andrew Doheny motor out to sea and row ashore a desert island that feels like a step back in time as they walk across the land for a single day’s session on rippable walls of a cold right-hander (watch above)!
The 120 page book by Volcom's Art Director, Patrick Carrie, and Psychic Migrations director, RT, includes a foreword by Richard Kenvin (creator of The Hydrodynamica Project), 94 pages of photos, a “Making Psychic” chapter, and a DVD & HD Digital Download of Psychic Migrations. What many have hailed as the best surf film of 2015 is now coupled with the official film's book! Buy it HERE!
Psychic Migrations Book + DVD & HD Digital Download bundle
SNEAK PEEK photos inside the book:
Ryan Burch & Andrew Doheny
Buy The Psychic Migrations Book Now!
For the third and final episode of Volcom School Of Cool with Gemma O'Brien, Gemma wraps up this three part "How To" series of hand lettering tutorials by demonstrating how she adds texture to calligraphy by using balsa wood instead of a pen.
Watch the 1st episode:
If you find yourself strolling through the beauty aisle in your local drugstore looking for a body scrub, look no further. We happened to find the easiest body scrub recipe on the planet (and the best might we add). Not only does is smell amazing, it also does wonders on your skin!
Our Salt and Sand collection has inspired us in many ways and this DIY is a great example!
What you need
- Coconut Oil (melted) - 3 tablespoons
- Himalayan Sea Salt (fine) - 6 tablespoons
- Rose Essential Oil - 12 drops
- Air tight container
If you're wondering where to buy Rose Oil, we found ours at Mother's Market. It is also available on the internet. Everything else is probably already in your kitchen cabinet. (Didn't we say it was going to be easy?)
First, melt your coconut oil so that it becomes fluid and easy to mix.
Pour the salt into the melted coconut oil.
Add a few drops of your Rose Oil (10 - 12 should do).
Mix together and voila! There you have it. Easy peasy.
Keep your scrub in an air tight container to keep the moisture locked in. Use it whenever you feel like your skin is in dire need of some R&R! It also makes an amazing gift!
Get a behind-the-scenes look into the 2016 Season 1 campaign shoot for Volcom's Welcome To Water campaign! Earlier this year the marketing team took off from our Costa Mesa, CA headquarters over to the heavenly Hawaiian Islands to scout some locations for our then-upcoming shoot for our new boardshorts and swimwear. Little did we know (or did we?) they would come back with some amazing results and tons of footage to include for a game-changing video directed by Volcom's Creative Director, Mike Aho. Check out the video here
take a look at a candid photo journal from the trip from Richie Olivares, one of our esteemed marketing gurus.
PHOTOS: Richie Olivares, @rich_landos
CAMERA: Olympus XA
Carlos Munoz, Mitch Coleborn, Nate Tyler
That's right people, Santa Cruz delivers yet again for the TCT at Pleasure Point. With a little bit of rain in the forecast, small fears of another potential cancellation danced through our heads the night before, but when we arrived to the beach that was quickly pushed to the side. The waves where a solid 3-4 ft and calm conditions the entire day. Before you knew it the day was coming to a close as we crowned our champions and our next lucky ten qualifiers who will be attending Lowers for TCT Gloabl Championships. See below for a small recap of the day.
Pleasure point served up some stellar surf all day and with the light rain only lasting a short while in the am we had a near perfect day.
Jacob Szekely brought his A game with him. He finished in the runner up position in the Pro-Am division earning himself a spot at Lowers in June.
Caleb sliding his tail all the way to the Grom division victory and his spot at the big show.
Caleb Crozier has finally earned his spot back at Lowers. After having one of the few perfect tens at Lowers last year only to fall short before the finals, he is ready to get to the podium this year.
Ashley Held dominated the Girls division and is looking ready for Lowers in June.
Ken "Skin Dog" Collins and Ryan "MC" Buell taking over the Mic and give the crowds ears some solid pleasure.
Tommy McKeown surfing like a man and is one of the funniest kids we have ever met. He took the Juniors win and earned himself a spot at Lowers.
Nothing like going to Lowers, winning the Greatwhite and washing it all down with some delicious grade soda.
Tubes were few and far between, but if you where lucky enough to be in the right spot, like this fine gentleman, you where getting one.
Nick Marshal has been giving it his all this year to try to qualify. All of his work has paid off as he is on his way to Lowers!
Spirit fingers for the Greatwhite qualifiers on their way to Lower Trestles.
The Squid division was dominating at Pleasure Point. Air, rail turns, combo turns! Hands down they stole the show!
The Watermelon award is one of our favorites to hand out! This young stud battled through a mean stomach ache all day and earned himself some new goodies.
Jabe Swierkocki came up from Ventura to give the local kids a run for their money. He had a great day and finished out in fourth in the Grom Division.
Special thanks to all our sponsors below for making sure these kids stay arms full with great prizes.
Special Thanks Goes Out To Our Product Sponsors:
NEW ERA CAP
Nic HDez won the Pro-Am in dominating fashion. He only had three waves in the final and they where as follows: 8.8, 9, 8. Safe to say this Santa Cruz Native will be something special to watch at another fun point in June.
NIc Hdez was a man possessed on the day and absolutely decimated the field.
1. Nic Hdez - $500.00
2. Jacob Szekely
3. Wyatt Barabee
4. Jay Christenson
5. Austin Newman
6. Jonah Pierce
1. Tommy McKeown
2. Nick Marshall
3. Sean Woods
4. Lucas Bredy
5. Tyler Gunter
6. Jeff Knell
1. Caleb Crozier
2. Sage Burke
3. Cole Sandman
4. Jabe Swierkocki
5. Luca Padua
6. Reef Tsutsu
1. Lucas Owston
2. Hamilton Jacobs
3. Cannon Carr
4. Jack Zietz
5. Micah Almida
6. Tahven Modisette
1. Ashley Held
2. Eden Edwards
3. Emma Stone
4. Freesia Bower
5. Esme Brigham
6. Violet Edwards
WATERMELON AWARD (the guy who has that skate board that he sets up at the events)
All photos provided by: Can we get this from skinny
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Volcom Mod-Tech Boardshorts, a staple in the Volcom line and refined over the years through rugged team-rider testing and critique, is proudly developed in a partnership with Repreve, a recycled fiber that is made from recycled materials including used plastic bottles.
An estimated 5 plastic bottles are used when producing a pair of Volcom Mod-Tech boardshorts.
Recycled polyester uses nearly half the energy that virgin polyester does and helps reduce Greenhouse Gas emissions during manufacturing by about 45%. This offsets the need to use new resources such as petroleum, while emitting fewer greenhouse gases.
Repreve recycled fiber
In the past year, much of our focus has been on building our New Future roadmap, a guide that addresses our impacts, the forces behind those impacts, and the means to aggressively address what we believe is the foundation of Volcom's environmental sustainability commitment. Mod-Tech boardshorts are made for the believers of tomorrow. The eager optimists pushing for a change. And that change is included in these boardshorts showcased with the Repreve recycled fiber.
Balaram Stack and Nate Tyler wearing our Repreve recycled Macaw Mod boardshorts
Carlos Munoz, Nate Tyler, Mitch Coleborn, Balaram Stack
Shop Repreve Mod-Tech boardshorts HERE
Read more about Volcom's New Future efforts HERE
Did you know that the Volcom Hawaii Pipe Houses (North Shore, Oahu) have solar panels installed on the roofs of both houses? Earlier this year, we finished installing tons of new panels on the houses in prime locations to maximize our solar electricity potential. Good for the environment, good for the local community. A huge thanks goes out to Rising Sun Solar for their tremendous product, and to deem the Volcom houses the very first surf brand houses on Oahu's North Shore to be #SponsoredByTheSun!
Over the recent years, solar panels have gained attention due to the vast amounts of business and residential owners installing them on their property in order to offset their electrical bill. Contrary, some of their initial setup costs have been a bit pricey, but the cost in the long-run, which we should all think in terms of, will have less money feeding your electric bill and more money in your pocket.
Volcom's journey to sustainability first starts in a New Future state-of-mind, a mindset that's destined to turn our strong sustainability commitments into heartfelt actions. Since integrating our sustainability core values into our official mission statement, we have made great strides in implementing environmental-friendly operations and products into the market to ensure Volcom does its part to help preserve the oceans, beaches, mountains, and cities in which we live and work.
Volcom Hawaii Pipe House (Grom house)
Volcom Hawaii Pipe House (Gerry house)
Volcom Hawaii Pipe House (Gerry house)
Video courtesy of Drew Toonz
In a continual effort towards a New Future and our commitment to strengthen Volcom sustainability in 2016, this is just the beginning. Check out our sustainability blog at www.volcom.com/sustainability to keep up on our efforts towards environmental protection!
With festival madness going on, we decided to help you out in the wardrobe department! Whether you're going as fancy, hippie, casual or cool, Volcom Women's has got you covered.
Take a look to see how we styled one of our festival favorites - I Would Pant - 3 ways!
Look 1: Casual Cool
Don't be afraid to be bold with color! Our I Would Pant already has a vintage vibe so throwing on a vintage tee or tank will compliment the pants and complete the whole look! A hat & sunnies are also a must when walking around in the heat for 3 days!
Look 2: Hippie Chic
Have some fun with your look by mixing prints and wearing bold accessories! A vintage blouse & fun furry hat will have people staring at you (in a good way)!
Look 3: Feminine
Let the pants do the talking with this simple and feminine look. A light and airy top with a big hat and sunnies might just be the way to go when walking around in all the heat this weekend!
A video posted by Volcom Women's (@volcomwomens) on Apr 14, 2016 at 3:05pm PDT