US
FREE PATCH KIT ON ORDERS $100+ - 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.

Wild In The Parks - Southside Skatepark, TX 2014

Stop #7 of Volcom Stone’s Wild In The Parks had the masses of the Lone Star State gather under Southside Skatepark’s roof on Sunday August 3, 2014

They say “everything’s bigger in Texas.”  While we don’t know who “they” are and what they are talking about, we can only assume that the topic is about the heartland’s skateboard community.  Crews from everywhere seemed to be squeezing out of the woodwork as they created a line at registration that continued out the door.  Things heated up quickly as the practice session began to look like less of a warm up turning into a complete domination of the obstacles in front of them.  After an elongated practice, due to the shear numbers of riders, the competitors were ready to get after it and put their stamp on the 2014 WITP tour.

The 14 & Under Division was first to drop in and deliver a wallop on the zones that lay ahead.  We saw a bs 360 down the 6 stair in zone 1, a popped kickflip over the pyramid in zone 3, and a speedy bs crooked grind on the flat bar in zone 2 for a sliver of the activity in this heat.  Santino Fernandez was back from 2013 and trying to take over his division’s top honors. After a harsh body-jarring slam, Santino powered out tricks in all zones and shut down the finials with a double 360 flip over the rail in zone 1. His overall performance secured his place atop the podium. Nathan Pacheco had his own rendition of tricks like his kickflip bs lipslide on the flat bar in zone 2 and a nollie hardflip past the stairs in zone 1 that landed him in 2nd place.  Nick Aquilino kept up with the pack as he landed a bs 5-0 down the A-frame ledge in zone 3 and a solid sw bs board slide to regular on the down rail in zone 1 for the remaining 3rd place spot.

14_flip_flat_3

Popping A Kickflip To Flat In Zone 3 For The Crowd On Hand

14_Pacheco_1

Nathan Pacheco Locks In Bs Crooked Grind In Zone 2

14_Hayden_3

Hunter Harlan Puts Down A Sweet Lipslide In Zone 3

14_Santino_2

Santino Fernandez Shut Down The 14 & Under Finals With This Last Second Double 360 Kickflip Over The Rail In Zone 1

The 15 – 21 Division was stacked up to the brim as competitors had to battle through 70+ of their peers just to make it to the finals.   This division was a mad scramble of action throughout as we saw a fs bluntslide shuv-it out on the A-frame rail in zone 3, a 180 to sw overcrook on the flat bar in zone 2, and even the ever illusive 720 shuv-it down the 6 stair in zone 1.  Fan favorite Julio Cruz, was all over everything landing a bs big flip up the euro gap in zone 2, a bs 270 lipslide on the A-frame rail in zone 3, and capped off his winning performance with a nollie hardflip over the rail in zone 1 that had everyone jumping out of their seats.  Zach Godlewski was blasting through the park landing a nollie bs bigspin bs lip on the flat bar in zone 2, a sw fs bigspin down the 6 set in zone 1, and a first to him cab 270 bs lipslide to fakie on the A-frame rail in zone 3 to take 2nd place.  Maui Francis got his cheering section excited with tricks like his sw bs boardslide shiv-it out on the 6 rail and bs big spin front board on the A-frame to capture the final podium position walking away in 3rd place.

15_Zach_2

Zach Godlewski's "First Ever" Full Cab Kickflip Down The Set In Zone 1

15_up_stream_3

Kolemann Reed Swings This Boardslide Up And Down Stream In Zone 3

15_Julio_2

Julio Cruz Handled This Nollie Hardflip Over The Zone 1 Rail With Ease

bbq

The Texas Heat Worked Up A Hunger And A Thirst...Good Thing We Had 300 Hotdogs And Plenty Of Gatorade On Hand

It was now time for the Open/AM Division to finish off the day by showing us that the word impossible does not exist in skateboarding. Almost any flip, spin, and grind combination was landed throughout the day’s Open/AM action.  We saw a bs bigger flip fs boardslide to fakie on the flat bar in zone 2, an absolutely perfect fs flip from the pyramid into the A-frame in zone 3, and a bs feeble to 50-50 combo on the flat down rail over the 6 stair in zone 1.  Mason Coletti has now moved into this division after his 2013 WITP 15-21 Division Global Championships win.  He made an exclamation point in the day’s action by landing a fs sugarcane to regular on the flat rail in zone 2, a bs 360 kick flip over the pyramid in zone 3, and capped off his inaugural Open/AM performance with a hard flip bs lipslide shuv-it out on the down rail in zone 1.  Needless to say that Mason took home the win on this day.  Genesis Delagarza was next on the list with tricks like his nollie noseblunt on the A-frame rail in zone 3, a nollie 360 big spin up the euro, and a contest ending full cab late back foot kickflip past the stair set in zone 1.  John Bastien rounded out the top 3 with tricks like his mollie bs big heel bs lip slide on the flat bar in zone 2 and a huge bs 360 nose grab  to flat in zone 3 to name a few of his many bangers.

O_hollywood_2

Hollywood Martinez Kept Things Exciting All Day Long To Win The Rev'd Skater Award And $100 For Things Like This 100mph 360 Flip In Zone 1

O_Dufrene_3

Christian Dufrene With A 360 Varial Heelflip Over The Zone 3 Pyramid

O_Bastien_3

Johnathan Bastien Takes Down The Stairs With A Late Shuv-It In Zone 1

O_Genesis_2

Genesis Delagarza Shut Down The Event With This Full Cab Late Back Foot Flip That Blew The Top Off Southside Skatepark

O_mason_1

Mason Coletti Dipping Down A Stylish Fs Sugarcane In Zone 2

A big thank you to Big-O Visentin, Janine Visentin and the entire Southside crew for hosting another great WITP at Southside Skatepark.  Thanks to our judges Bryan Brewster, Dan Agustine, and Darren Evans for watching all the action and writing down scores.  Thanks to Volcom’s Jeff Hammet and Daniel Barousse for all the extra attention they gave before, during, and after the WITP in Houston.  Lastly, check out our tour sponsors…they’re rad and help support this free tour.

Rev'd
Gatorade
New Era Cap
Kicker Audio
Transworld Skate
Cam Caddie

judges_prizing_revd_Krystal

Results:

14 & Under Division:
1st: Santino Fernandez
2nd: Nathan Pacheco
3rd: Nick Aquilino
4th: Ronnie Coleman
5th: Will Jones
6th: Jacob Day
7th: Hayden Harlan

15 – 21 Division:
1st: Julio Cruz
2nd: Zach Godlewski
3rd: Maui Francis
4th: Nekio Cruz
5th: Kevin Kardas
6th: Joey Wong
7th: Geo Sabillon

Open/AM Division:
1st: Mason Coletti - $250
2nd: Genesis Delagarza - $150
3rd: Johnathan Bastien - $100
4th: Tommy Wilkinson
5th: Christian Dufrene
6th: Casey Chan
7th: John Hardeman

Rev’d Skater Award: Hollywood Martinez- $100

Stand Out Lady: Krystal Esparza

Stand Out 10 & Under: Ethan “Nugget” Manahan

winners_TX

Check Out The Wild In The Parks Facebook And Instagram For Additional Coverage Throughout The Entire 2014 Tour:

Wild In The Parks Facebook Page
Wild In The Parks Instagram

comments powered by Disqus

Store News + Video

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!
Music
Week 14: Distractor "Six Foot Moon" | 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 14: Distractor - "Six Foot Moon"   Grab the free download Somewhere around mid-to-late 2014, in vocalist and trumpeter Glen's garage, keyboardist Will Sipos came up with a catchy melody on one of his tiny toy synths leftover from the 80s. Glen began singing along and unexpectedly, this turned into the first Distractor song. Glen came up with the band name and that's how the band begun. The idea was to play fun and simple music to distract from the harsh realities of life. Colin Mckibbin was usually there in the garage with them and joined Distractor on the ukulele. Soon after, Ronnie Dunmore on guitar and Sean Campos on bass joined the band. "We played our first legitimate show at La Cave in Costa Mesa to a sold-out crowd," remembers Ronnie. "Glen would play miniature blaring trumpet solos in between verses, while we played along reading our handwritten sheet music. It was a lot of fun." Distractor's first album Devotion was released in March 2015 and currently preparing the release of the Six Foot Moon EP, which was recorded at Volcom Studio. "We have the second album mixed and ready to be mastered, so just waiting on plans for the release on that," says Ronnie. "We’re very excited!" Distractor were quickly dealing with a tragedy that almost ended the band. "Right when we found clear direction and reasoning for what we wanted to be as a band, we lost our captain," explains Ronnie. Glen passed away in October 2015 after only a year of guiding the ship. "Glen's approach to music was not normal. He didn't really want to start a band in the first place, so the ideas and emotions he brought to the table were very funny and inspiring." Ronnie describes the loss as "a period of time when we felt lost.. we had to somehow fill his shoes without actually putting them on." Guitarist and vocalist Levi Prairie joined the band to help with vocals and added new flavor to the music. This new lineup initially performed under a different name. "We needed to keep playing music together and we knew it wasn't in the form of Distractor," he explains. "We let Distractor rest in the garage for a year and brought a new name, Blue Flowers, out to shows. At the time, we thought we may never play as Distractor again until one day we decided to test this new musical bond we developed with Levi by starting from scratch and writing all new material. We were even able to include some of Glen's lyrics and unfinished songs. Now that we were all contributing, it started to feel like Distractor again and we feel that Glen would be proud to see us playing these new songs. So here we are." Since falling into the Burger Records fold, Distractor has embraced the label ethos and made the most of the relationship. "It's been great working with Burger. We are honored that they have taken us under their wing," says Will. "They set us up with some shows at SXSW which was fun. We like being able to share our music with all the Burger fans and also playing alongside some whacky and talented bands. Burger has become something bigger than just a record label and we're all lucky to have this type of thing to enjoy and contribute to in our lives." "Distractor is one of our favorite bands," says Burger Records' Sean Bohrman. "It's like Devo and Talking Heads in outer space. When we first met Distractor we booked them for one of our local shows, but found out that the lead singer, Glen Christiansen, had passed away unexpectedly at the age of 25. Distractor carries on in memory of Glen and continues to blow minds and spread the love of the Spaceman. The story of Distractor is one too long to tell in this brief blurb, so please watch this short doc on one of our favorite bands!" 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" Like this? Get new Cyber Singles Club releases delivered to your inbox every Monday. /* Email Sign Up Styling */ .cms-page-subscribe label {display: block;} .cms-page-subscribe .inputTextContainer {background-color: white; padding-left: 26px; display: block; max-width: 466px; margin: 0 auto;} .cms-page-subscribe .inputTextContainer .icon-mail {position: relative; width: 20px; height: 20px; color: #717272; display: inline-block;position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 0; } .cms-page-subscribe .inputTextContainer .icon-mail:before { font-size: 60px; position: absolute; top: -7px; left: -24px; } .cms-page-subscribe .inputTextContainer .js-icon-input::before { top: -3px; } .cms-page-subscribeHeads { color: #000; font-family: "itc_avant_garde_gothic_ltbold", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-weight:bold; margin-bottom: 10px; margin-top: 15px; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.checkbox, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.radio { border: 1px solid #717171; background: #fdfdfd; border-radius: 2px; cursor: pointer; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.checkbox.selected, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.selected.radio { position: relative; width: 45px; height: 45px; color: #00853b; display: inline-block;} .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container { color: #303030; padding-bottom: 5px; *zoom: 1; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container .checkbox, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container .radio { float: left; margin: 0 10px 0 0; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container .subscribed-label { overflow: hidden; padding: 5px 0 0 0; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container label { display: block; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container a { color: #303030; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container:before, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container:after { content: " "; display: table; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container:after { clear: both; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.checkbox.selected:before, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.selected.radio:before { content: '\e81c'; font-family: 'volcom-icon-font'; } .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.checkbox.selected:before, .cms-page-subscribe-chk .checkbox_container div.selected.radio:before { font-size: 60px; position: absolute; top: -17px; left: -8px } .cms-page-subscribe-chk-label { font-family: "Proxima Nova Regular", "Helvetica Neue", Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 11px; overflow: hidden; padding: 5px 0 0 0; } .cms-page-subscribe-success { color: #000; font-family: "itc_avant_garde_gothic_ltbold", Helvetica, Arial, sans-serif; font-size: 18px; font-weight:bold; margin: 20px auto; text-align:center; } .enter { margin: 10px auto; padding: 3px 85px 4px; background-color:#801b1b; } .validation-advice { color: #ff0000; font-weight: bold; } #subscribe p {margin-bottom: 0;} Subscribe
Surf
A Floating Dock in The Middle of a Surf Break - “The Dock”
“The Dock” is an exemplary piece of outlandish and strange antics we sometimes chase. It’s not that we want to… we have to. Breaking up the monotony of your daily videos cycling your feed to provide something different. Something we felt the need to do. What is The Dock? A 100-foot floating dock that we put in the middle of a surf break and invited a select crew to try out: Noa Deane, Balaram Stack, Ozzie Wright, Mitch Coleborn, Yago Dora, and Imai Devault. Sound enticing or ridiculous? Probably both. From the video you can see how sketchy the execution was, but the preparation was just as strenuous. The danger involved was also on everyone’s minds as the set up began. “It would just kill you if it hit you, yeah?” said Noa. The wires, the ropes, the waves, the unpredictability of the anchor were all threatening variables. Ozzie recalls, “The Dock’s been scary. At one stage I just came up, got my board, and saw it coming right at me. But I like the chaos of it.” What was once a long and arduous journey has finally come to fruition. And we’re truly passionate about. We hope you enjoy! Standing on a floating dock with an 8ft wave approaching can be a little frightening! Dock Lobster, Rattle Snake, Grey Mamba... call it what you want, this thing can be ANGRY! "Sittin on a dock in the line up, waisting time." The guys were psyching and splitting peaks.. Here's Imai with no option but straight! “I was kinda just stuck and wasn't sure what to do because Noa was going right and Yago left, and I was just stuck in the middle. So, I thought I could try to outrun the thing to the end and just jump off and go straight, but the wave caught up to me and knocked me right off my feet. I slid for what felt like forever haha, but it was probably equal to like 10 feet, but I have never laughed so hard I think ever!” -Imai Noa Deane was doing things no one has ever done before. Backside tail tap on the dock! Imai decided to take a dip! Balaram had his fair share of spills! See video for his wipeout. “The dock was one of those novelty things that you dream about. It was like the rock jump in One Hundred and Fifty Six Tricks that I watched Ozzie do a thousand times.... just a man-made version.” -Balaram Smiles all around! The guys claimed this to be one of the funnest thing they've ever done. L to R: Willy Aliotta, Yago Dora, Noa Deane, Balaram Stack, Ozzie Wright, Imai Devault. Yago Dora flew in straight from the Fiji Pro for just one day and didn't waste any time, he was going bonkers! It was really crowded on that dock! Yago is wearing the Macaw Mod Boardshorts. DO NOT TRY THIS AT HOME! Balaram doing some sort warm-up stretch?! "Balaram jumped up and went six feet in the air then landed on the wire, so sketchy! It whips right at the end because it’s connected to a cable which adds extra tension.” -Noa Ozzie showing off his bag of 156 Tricks! From land it looked like they were walking on water. It was surreal. We lucked out and scored this peak for days straight with not a soul in sight. Ozzie being Ozzie and taking things to the next level! “The dock was angry! It wanted to get us, but we were too quick! It was a classic rumble trying to hustle our way on there altogether.” -Ozzie The Dock is fun and really sketchy at the same time. After all, what’s fun without a little fear?! Here, Mitch Coleborn tries to escape disaster.