US
REFER A FRIEND, GET $15 - DETAILS | Win Noa Deane's Surf Kit - DETAILS

Volcom Patch Kit Gift with Purchase


Offer available to U.S residents only starting July 20th, 2017, 12:00 a.m. Pacific Standard Time ("PST") and ends on August 3, 2017 at 11:59 p.m. PST, while supplies last. To obtain your gift with purchase, you must purchase $100+ on the Volcom website, found at http://www.volcom.com.html. LIMITED QUANTITIES ARE AVAILABLE AND OFFER IS GOOD ONLY WHILE SUPPLIES LAST. Online only. Limit one Patch Kit gift per person. If the items ordered online are returned, please return the gift. Gift will be shipped to the same address as your order. Gift cannot be shipped internationally. Offer cannot be applied toward previous purchases and cannot be redeemed for cash or gift cards or used in combination with any other offers, coupon codes, discounts or promotions. Non-U.S. residents and employees of Volcom are not eligible. Additional exclusions or restrictions may apply and terms of offer are subject to change without notice. Volcom reserves the right to cancel this offer and any associated order at any time due to pricing, technical, or other errors. Questions? Call customer service toll-free (855) 330-0188.

Flying High - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1

Volcom at Fun Fun Fun Fest: Day 1 Photos

Day 1 of the 2014 Fun Fun Fun Fest is in the books. See you tomorrow Austin.

Alex Midler, lein to tail. Photo Arto Saari.

Alex Midler, lein to tail. Photo Arto Saari.

Grant Taylor - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1

Grant Taylor pivot on the speaker. Photo Arto Saari.

Axel Cruysberghs - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1

Axel Cruysberghs, Noseblunt. Photo Arto Saari.

Blood Brothers on the Black Stage - FFF Fest - Day 1

Blood Brothers on the Black Stage. Photo Gary Copeland

Luke McKirdy - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1

Luke McKirdy, backside ollie. Photo Arto Saari.

Omar Hassan - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1

Omar Hassan, Melon to Fakie

Milton Martinez - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1

Milton Martinez, Frontside Ollle. Photo Arto Saari.

Pedro Barros - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1

Pedro Barros, Ollie. Photo Arto Saari.

Stone Balloon Flying High - Fun Fun Fun Fest - Day 1

Stone Balloon Flying High. Photo Arto Saari.

Killer Mike of Run The Jewels - FFF Fest - Day 1

Killer Mike of Run The Jewels. Photo Gary Copeland.

El-P and Killer Mike are Run The Jewels - FFF Fest - Day 1

El-P and Killer Mike are Run The Jewels. Photo Gary Copeland.

Grant Taylor, Backside 360. Photo Arto Saari.

Grant Taylor, Backside 360. Photo Arto Saari.

Pedro Barros, Backside nosepick. Photo Arto Saari.

Pedro Barros, Backside nosepick. Photo Arto Saari.

Yelle lighting up the Blue Stage - FFF Fest - Day 1

Yelle lighting up the Blue Stage. Photo Gary Copeland.

comments powered by Disqus

Recent News + Video

Art
Volcom and PangeaSeed Foundation Team Up to Generate Environmental Awareness Through Art and Activism
Volcom is proud to announce a partnership with the PangeaSeed Foundation, an international collective of artists and activists whose mission is to harnesses the power of art, science, and creativity to generate awareness and effect positive change surrounding global ocean environmental issues. Their mission aligns perfectly with Volcom’s sustainability efforts and overall approach, so teaming up created an opportunity to reach even more people who care about our oceans! The collaboration kicks off for Fall '17 with a collection of graphic tees and a custom recycled PET boardshort featuring the work of two female artists: Bay Area artist Lauren YS and Australian street artist Vexta. Both artists have created murals for PangeaSeed’s groundbreaking Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans program, which places large-scale, ocean-themed murals in coastal cities around the globe, with supporting festivals that promote local environmental education programming. Shop PangeaSeed X Volcom Collection PangeaSeed x Volcom Collection The Volcom X PangeaSeed Collection now brings that art to everyone while also supporting the outreach efforts of the foundation. “We’re excited to launch the new product range with Volcom,” says PangeaSeed founder, Tré Packard. "To be able to collaborate with a brand that shares similar passions for the arts and the environmental preservation is exciting.” Packard will be field-testing the Vexta Boardshort this summer while shark tagging in Mexico and Japan. The collection includes a tee design by Lauren YS featuring an infinity symbol of entangled octopi. From Vexta, there’s a tee design featuring a mermaid and a shark, as well as a men’s boardshort featuring the colorful print pattern derived from the mermaid. All pieces feature custom co-branding and are available at volcom.com. This collection features the work of an artivist and is intended to inspire positive change in our ocean and environment. A portion of proceeds from this product will go toward PangeaSeed's mission of using street art to inspire thought and stimulate dialogue around the world. PangeaSeed Founder, Tré Packard   The Artists Behind The Collection VEXTA Vexta is a self-taught street artist from Sydney, Australia with a bohemian heritage. Her bold and extravagant artworks have invaded our visual landscape from Melbourne to Mexico and everywhere in between. She is a nomad of our modern times, viewing the world through her psychedelic kaleidoscope. Currently based in Brooklyn, NY, Vexta spreads her vision across the continents and countries, studios and streets, balancing exhibitions, commissions and creative ventures alike. She has exhibited extensively across Australia, Europe, and North America, including The National Gallery of Australia and has her work held in numerous public, academic and private collections globally. See more of Vexta's art at www.vexta.com.au LAUREN YS Lauren YS is a Bay Area artist whose work is influenced by multiple stages of focus, both geographically and in practice. With dynamic bouts in academics, literature and writing, teaching, illustration, and animation leading up to her arrival in the street art world, the influences of these phases of her own career add up to a robust style of murals and fine art. Lauren’s work aims to create and populate a misfit wonderland in which imaginary heroines can address the absurdities of reality in the confines of a page or a wall. Dreams and mythology add to the myriad of influences that stem from her upbringing in Colorado and her time spent at Stanford, writing for Juxtapoz, working at DreamWorks, and teaching english to high schoolers at San Francisco’s 826 Valencia. Check out more of her work at www.laurenys.com ABOUT PANGEASEED FOUNDATION: PangeaSeed Foundation is an international non-profit organization acting at the intersection of culture and environmentalism to further the conservation of our oceans. PangeaSeed Foundation aims to empower individuals and communities to create meaningful environmental change for oceans through ARTivism, education, and science. PangeaSeed Foundation is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. ABOUT SEA WALLS: ARTISTS FOR OCEANS: Sea Walls: Artists for Oceans is a groundbreaking public art project created by PangeaSeed Foundation and supporting artists to help bring the beauty and the plight of the world’s oceans to the streets around the world. Collaborating with internationally renowned artists, large-scale murals and sculpture focus on pressing issues such as overfishing, plastics and pollution, global climate change, and habitat loss.
Music
Week 15: Easy Love "The Echo" | Volcom Cyber Singles Club
Burger Records x Volcom present Cyber Singles Club, features music from the newest breed of Burger Records stars in the making, recorded exclusively at Volcom Studio, and will be released for free download & streaming every Monday for 20 weeks beginning April 17th. Week 15: Easy Love - "The Echo" Grab the free download Justine Brown was already known as the great drummer and vocalist in her sister Chelsea's band, Summer Twins, when she formed Easy Love. "I started Easy Love about two years ago when I started writing my own songs," says Justine. "Now I have a live band and I recorded an album and released it with Burger." Justine played all the instruments on Easy Love's self-titled debut album that was released in February. Justine's relationship with Burger Records goes back practically to the beginning. "We used to play with Sean and Lee's band, Thee Makeout Party," explains Justine. "It was before they had the record store, so a long time ago." The Burger Records store opened in October 2009. Burger co-founder Lee Rickard remembers, "Justine is one of my favorite people. We've known her since her teenage days in the Riverside girl garage band The Scandells! We've also been in love with the Summer Twins since their inception and have released their amazing catalog on LP, CD, 7" vinyl and cassette." Since the early days, Justine has found her place in the Burger universe and has travelled along on tours like the Burger Caravan, playing shows that featured eclectic lineups. "That's what I like about Burger, the variety of music… people from all over," she says. "We had to pay our dues and work our way up and it eventually lead to playing the Burgerama stage… which was, like, hundreds of people. It was kind of scary." Lee adds, "Justine is always creating, constantly evolving, growing ever so lovely." Easy Love is admittedly a little less rambunctious than some of their Burger label mates. "We definitely have a different kind of style," says Justine. "I feel like we're not as super punk and, like, crazy… as people and as musicians… a little bit more mellow, but we definitely can rock out!" Catch up on previous week's releases: Week 1: The Side Eyes "Cat Call" Week 2: The High Curbs "Empty Bottles" Week 3: VAJJ "Honey Pie" Week 4: Wyatt Blair "Pop Your Heart Out" Week 5: The Flytraps "Female of the Species" Week 6: Hammered Satin "Upward Spiral" Week 7: Death Valley Girls "Born Again and Again" Week 8: Vision "Light" Week 9: Meow Twins "Ratchet Witch" Week 10: White Night "Dirty Water" Week 11: Cowgirl Clue "Utopia" Week 12: Flying Hair "Tantrum" Week 13: Dabble "Free Time" Week 14: Distractor "Six Foot Moon"Like this? Get new Cyber Singles Club releases delivered to your inbox every Monday. Subscribe
Art
The Irrational Pursuit, The Exploration Of "This"
What connects a ballet dancer and a skateboarder? A musician and snowboarder? Dive deeper with us as we journey into the 'True To This' mindset, exploring what it means to let go and let the irrational pursuit of your passion take over. Featuring the most diverse compilation of Volcom ambassadors ever assembled in a short film since the inception of the brand, these influential and legendary Volcom family members pull back the curtain and get real about that special place they all go to in their head and what it takes to get there. No matter if you're skater, surfer, snowboarder, maker, activist, techie, foodie, entrepreneur or inventing something entirely new, it's impossible to deny the vast parallels of life when they are led by the same internal force… passion.
Volcomunity
Meet the 15 #ThisFirst New Hires From Around the World
We weren't quite sure what the reaction would be when we decided to ask the Internet, "What's your 'this'?", to say we were pleasantly surprised would be an understatement. You, everyone who submitted an entry into the #ThisFirst contest, completely blew us away. We were flooded with over 10,000 photos, videos and statements of passion and what being able to put that passion first in life would mean. Entries spanned a variety of topics, the most common being art, photography and travel, while music, surfing and skateboarding followed closely behind. But it wasn't just artistic globetrotting types with a passion for boardsports that entered, people pursuing passions as varied as sustainable farm to table food sourcing, charity work, animal rescue, make-up artistry and even crochet, all shared their stories with us. To pick just 60 finalists from the thousands of entries who would go on to do a video call with Volcom, our panel of judges sequestered themselves in an office for a week to go through everyone's entries. The deeper they got, the less it felt like they were going through contest entries and the more like they were parsing the results of a massive survey which was beginning to reveal some trends; A lot of you like to take photos and want to travel, especially Australians. Aspirations to become a successful YouTuber were not uncommon. And entrants in Asia had a tendency more than any other region to focus on charitable giving. But if we thought making our selection of the 60 finalists was hard, narrowing that field of finalists down to 15 winners was even more difficult and we appreciate everyone's patience (yes, we saw your comments on Instagram) awaiting the announcement. Before introducing the winners below, we just wanted to take a final moment and express how truly humbled we were by all the finalists and what it is that is driving you to purse your 'this'. To you and everyone else who entered and gave us a peek into your lives, we cannot thank you enough! Now without further ado... Meet The #ThisFirst New Hires Sara Becker Artist | Philadelphia, PA, USA A printmaker and illustrator who through her art is working to challenge the stigma of mental illness. Tim Briggs Photographer | Boston, MA, USA A underwater and conservation photographer who wants to bring greater awareness to the issues facing the Earth's oceans, lakes and waterways. Brandon Clements Podcaster & Journalist | Houston, TX, USA Realizing he was meant to be facilitating conversations, Brandon is stopping at nothing to build his podcast and other journalistic endeavors. Canarus Leon Dancer | Houston, TX, USA Once Canarus got a taste of B-boying there was no turning back, as a member of the crew, RAD, Canarus hopes to qualify for and compete in the Freestyle championships in a Los Angeles this fall. Robert Wall Cliff Jumper | Burney, CA, USA A drone piloting freestyle cliff jumping adventure seeker from Northern CA, looking to legitimize the sport by bringing greater awareness to people pioneering the sport. Anaïs Chausse Obstacle Course Racer | France Running, jumping, climbing, crawling, Anaïs is training for the Obstacle Course Racing championships in Canada this October. Joanna Painter Artist | United Kingdom A large format charcoal and pastel artist, Joanne is looking to take her artwork to greater heights. Ángel Pérez Filmmaker | Spain Having studied filmmaking, but not knowing where to start, Ángel invented a fictitious brand of Horchata so that he could create commercials for the company. Steffen Türmer Photographer | Germany A mechanical engineering student with a passion for bicycling and analog photography, Steffen plans to bike from Germany all the way to France to the Atlantic ocean. Carolina Paz Muralist | Peru An urban artist from Peru, Caro specializes in murals that attempt to affect social change and bring a bit of beauty to chaos of city life. Fabian Ruiz Street Performer | Costa Rica A one-man band who plays a slide guitar made from a skateboard, Fabian is eager to continue to travel and play for whoever will stop and listen. Simón Sepúlveda Designer | Chile Simón is tackling social issues through his artwork and exploring the effects immigration has on creative output in attempt the break into new areas of design. Tylah Kerr Promoter | Melbourne, Australia Trying to break her way into the music business, Tylah is ready to quit slanging tickets for a corporate behemoth and concentrate on her own production and management company. Atsushi Miki Drummer | Japan Mixing his love for the drums and all things percussion with Wadaiko, the traditional drum in Japan, Atsushi is looking to bring his style of performance to a global audience. Chen Yu Ching Volunteer | Taiwan Passionate about helping those in need, Chen is working to help build a school in Thailand and dreams of one day starting her own organization to foster volunteer work.
Volcomunity
Why I Do 'This' with Jesse Gross of Remote Year
We're partnering with the crew at Mic.com to produce a series of videos featuring individuals' inspiring stories of becoming comfortable with the uncomfortable when they decided to make their passion their priority. In this inaugural episode, we explore the moment when Jesse Gross decided to quit his finance job in New York City and set out to work for the start up, Remote Year. Providing individuals the ability to travel the world in a group for 12 months as each works remotely, Remote Year offered Jesse the opportunity to work for a company who's mission aligned with his own, allowing him to get out and explore the world without ever being chained to a desk again. As we found in our #ThisFirst contest, one of the things people are most passionate about is travel and to really explore the world and its different cultures. Yet being able to make that a reality is often hindered by the ability to afford it. Such the conundrum exists where one needs a job to be able to afford to travel, but once one has a job and can afford to travel, one no longer has the time. Jesse and Remote Year offer both an inspiration and a service to help others take the leap to put their 'this' first.
Music
Agenda Festival with Burger Records, The Garden, Fat Tony, Nobunny, No Parents
This weekend at the Long Beach Convention Center, Volcom and Burger Records put on a first-of-its-kinda show during the Agenda Festival trade show. For years, trade shows have earned their spot as the go-to venue where brands and retailers meet, looking to show their new lines or connect potential business. Days full of walking the floor to see new product, running into old friends, and (hopefully) jotting down some new orders were more of the norm. While it's easy to fall victim to the routine year-after-year, Volcom sought to take a new direction this year and team up with the good dudes over at Burger Records to present a music stage featuring some of our favorite Burger bands as well as our buddy Fat Tony who is now living in Los Angeles. "Our friend Dan Bush (who we were in Thee Makeout Party! with) works for a company that does Agenda and asked if we wanted a booth," noted Burger Records' Sean Bohrman. "We told Volcom we were gonna have a booth there and since we're doing a clothing line with them in October, we decided to team up and do a big show there! It came together in less than a month!" Kicking things off on the stage was Cowgirl Clue who just released her Cyber Singles track Utopia, followed by Fat Tony with iLL Faded providing the beats, and No Parents and Nobunny who got the crowd loose for headliners and Burger alums, The Garden, who absolutely destroyed their set. We’d say the experiment paid off, and was great to work with our pals at Burger and to see The Garden who played our first ever event we did with Burger back in 2013 in our skatepark. We kicked things off early in the day to the eager crowd. Free-flowing good vibes and eternal sunshine. Cowgirl Clue iLL Faded and Fat Tony No Parents Cowgirl Clue No Parents No Parents jamming! Nobunny not jamming... yet. Nobunny's set got the crowd moving. No Parents Nobunny. No pants either. The youth. The Garden's Wyatt and Fletcher holding it down on the Volcom x Burger Records stage. It's true, people love The Garden. The Garden set was one of the highlights of the day. The Garden Tyler the Creator showed up to watch the entire Garden set (he was performing at Agenda Festival). Mac DeMarco also showed up for The Garden set. Shattered Faith's Steven Shears (The Garden brothers' father) seen in the black hat hung with Tyler and Mac to watch his boys rip! Doing it right at Agenda Festival! Thank you to everyone who came out and saw the show! Check out Cyber Singles, Volcom's newest music releases with Burger Records, and be on the lookout for a Volcom x Burger Records clothing collection dropping in the fall!