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Volcom X Anti-Hero Collection
Volcom team rider and Anti-Hero pro skater Grant Taylor calls this collaboration “ a no brainer.” His teammate on both brands, Chris Pfanner agrees: “ These two companies are well known for their love for the open road and venturing into the unknown, so it just makes sense that they combine their experience to put out solid gear that can withstand the miles we cover on our adventures.” And so the process began, to create a collection of co-branded Volcom X Anti-Hero apparel and accessories true to this ideal. With the plan in place and the Anti-Hero crew on board, Grant and Pfanner started feeding their input and ideas to the Volcom design team. You should know that Anti-Hero is a skateboard company founded in 1995 by legendary skaters Julien Stranger and John Cardiel. Since day one, Anti-Hero has existed to offer the anti-establishment alternative, waging an affront on skate industry norms in support of 100% raw shredding. From their team to their videos to their boards graphics and ads, Anti-Hero has remained an influential force in skateboarding for twenty years. And we believe that legacy lines up perfectly with our own. With a shared vision for the desired outcome of this collection, the directives from all involved were straightforward: it was imperative that the gear be built for long-lasting abuse with understated styling that does right by the Stone and the Eagle. Pfanner again, “ I just wanted to make stuff that we really wear, to stay true to what we really back and secondly to create stuff that we can use on the road, meaning that we can pack light and won't need to wash it too much!” To hit that target, we created a collection of tough, road-worthy gear: sturdy flannels and heavy-duty stretch twill pants with anti-microbial properties engineered into the weave at the fiber level, heavy-weight hooded sweatshirts and long sleeve t-shirts and a range of proper accessories “ an essential for every road adventure with the bros!” Check out the collection below and click the images for more info! Volcom X Anti-Hero Ride Vest Volcom X Anti-Hero Ringer Tee Volcom X Anti-Hero Flannel Volcom X Anti-Hero Pocket Tee Volcom X Anti-Hero Workshirt Volcom X Anti-Hero Tee Volcom X Anti-Hero Long Sleeve Tee Volcom X Anti-Hero Stone Made Gritter Volcom X Anti-Hero Pullover Hoodie Volcom X Anti-Hero Hat Volcom X Anti-Hero Sock
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THREE STREETS TO BERLIN
From June 27 to June 29, skaters had three days to skate three Berlin spots and post a clip of their best trick at each spot on Instagram, tagging #Volcom3Streets2Berlin. Deadline for posts was Thursday 29 June, 4pm and the 8000€ winner was announced on that day at a Boat Party right next to the Bright tradeshow. Needless to say, the new concept surprised a bit the skaters involved who had to adapt their game, with no one-minute-run stress or jam session hassle, but also no one on their back to get the tricks done, to post before deadline, not get caught inside of the endless free beer parties, improvising themselves filmers for their buddies or struggling to find some Wifi or a power socket… In the end Eniz Fazliov took the win after an hectic day of skateboarding (rushing to the last spot before deadline), and the celebration party on the Volcom boat that followed is in the books. The spots saw plenty new tricks and some good friendly sessions went down, check out the top clips that were posted below, special mention to Andy Welther, Kris Vile, Karsten Kleppan, Jarne Verbruggen, Phil Zwijsen, Jelle Maatman, Daniel Spängs, Nils Ingemarsson, Bart Buikman and all the other skaters that entered ! Photographer Dennis Mac Grath was in town and wrote some lines about him documenting the three days « contest », enjoy his photos below : Flashbacks to the Life I’ve Lived Spending the Summer in Europe has always been a treat for American skaters. Whether it be traveling around to contests or in my case 13-14 years ago (yeah I’m old) it was living in Barcelona and sometimes not just for the Summer months.... This year I decided to come to Berlin, on a whim. I was moving out of my house in Los Angeles and a friend of mine offered me his flat here for a few months since LA life was starting to drag me down a bit. Once I arrived I connected with some people and was asked to document a free- form skate contest called Three Streets to Berlin. My career (if you can call it that) shooting skate photos lasted from 1995-2005 although I still work in and around the skateboarding world quite a bit....these days I am more focused on documentary projects, etc so it was a pleasure to get to document skaters once again for a few days out skating in the streets. I still skate a lot but don’t have my camera with me as much as I used to when out skating and I mostly skate with my old fart friends back home so I’m not around the kids much anymore. All I can say is things haven’t changed much other than the level of skating....skateboarders are the realest, rawest individuals I’ve ever known and I am so glad to have been apart of this culture for the past 30 years. All I can say is I met some cool ass talented kids this week. Skateboarders rule the world.... Thanks to Julien and Bemo at BLAM, Volcom, and especially Lucas Fiederling for bringing me out in the streets for the past 3 days. Please enjoy.... - Dennis McGrath Volkspark "the tit" session in full swing.... Patrick Rogalski Neu National Galerie "ledge to drop" Eniz Fazliov and Denny Pham In the mix... Kris Vile charging at "the tit" Victor Pellegrin Nassim Guammaz and Victor's frow Nassim and Victor Axel Cruysberghs, Phil Zwijsen and Nassim Shajen Willems Karsten Kleppan and Denny Pham Denny with broken truck bolt Polizei (FTP) Karsten, Shajen and Denny checking footy on the iPhone and the winner is....Eniz Fazliov! Here are the videos : Last but not least, here is the winner ENIZ FAZLIOV :
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Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening - Stay Stoked!
Our friends over at The Berrics got their hands on the raw footage, unseen clips and alt-angles from Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening and remixed a few parts including Kyle Walker, Alex Midler and David Gonzalez's! Watch the parts below and see more Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening b-side edits from the Berrics here. Download your copy of Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening!
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Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening - Over Stokes & More
With 20 plus dudes to fit into an hour long skate video, there's going to be some extra footage leftover. The 'Over Stokes' are some raw clips from Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening with some alt-angles and unused clips sprinkled in. Above is the 'Behind the Stoke' edit from Thrasher Magazine who tagged along with us in South America as we travelled through Brazil, Argentina and Colombia to film for Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening. Watch all of the 'Over Stokes' below! Daan van der Linden had SO MUCH footage for his part. Can't wait to see what the future holds for him! Axel Cruysberghs has been on our radar and the Volcom Europe team for a while, but it wasn't until we started filming that we realized that Axel is no joke, no wonder Toy Machine just put him on the team! Milton Martinez riffs on everything from losing games of SKATE against his girl to the inspiration of fellow Argentine Diego Bucchieri. Read his interview from the July issue of Thrasher Magazine and watch his 'Over Stokes'! Click here or the image to read Chris Pfanner's interview from the July issue of Thrasher and watch his 'Over Stokes' below! Last but not least, Louie Lopez had 10 MINUTES of 'Over Stokes'! Download your copy of Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening!
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Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening - Different Stokes
Our friends over at The Berrics and The Skateboard Mag have also put together some rad edits showcasing some b-sides and alt-angles from Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening! The Berrics 'Different Stokes' edits are a prime example. Barcelona was one of the last trips we went on to film for Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening and a good amount of the footage made it into the movie, but there was still some footage that just didn't make it. Below are a few more edits put together by The Skateboard Mag and The Berrics. Don't forget to download your copy of Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening. Pooling Around is a segment on The Skateboard Mag that explores all the drained pits sprawled out along California. If you've seen the pool section in Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening then you know that we spent a great deal of time finding, cleaning and shredding these pools! This episode of 'Pooling Around' focuses on some of those missions. 'Across America' is another rad edit by The Skateboard Mag. Last summer we hopped on the road with our Wild in the Parks crew and followed them around America filming for Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening with one lucky skater from the contest that was chosen by Caswell Berry. We gathered a lot of footage during that summer and this edit highlights most of went down! Lastly, an Australian and Belgian showed up at The Berrics one day and filmed this little Double Trouble clip! Dane Burman and Axel Cruysberghs, best buds from opposite sides of the planet. Download your copy of Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening!
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Dustin Dollin - Behind the Scenes - Holy Stokes! Nightmare Skit
During the filming of Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening Dustin Dollin was battling a series of injuries and coming off filming for Vans' Propeller, so his body was in rough shape. Never to be the one to give up, Dustin still tried to film for Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening, but yet again the injuries kept stacking up. Just look at his attempts at kickflipping into the infamous carwash bank! He tried that multiple times, each time putting him out for a couple weeks. Somewhere along the line Dustin had this idea to film a 'Nightmare Skit' heavily influenced by the one from Peewee Hermans Big Adventure. With a star cast including Caswell Berry, Omar Hassan, Dane Burman, CJ Collins, Andrew Reynolds, Shane Heyl, Jamie Hart Gary Rogers and Brewce Martin. Filmed in the span of two long days in the Volcom HQ parking lot and skatepark we were all happy with the result. In celebration of Dustin Dollin's birthday today (June 26th) here are some photos from behind the scenes and don't forget to download your copy of Holy Stokes! a Real Life Happening. All photos by Daniel Cabral