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Live Like Sion Gromfest
The 6th annual Live Like Sion Gromfest went down this year at PKs in Poipu Beach on the south side of Kauai to celebrate the life of big wave surfer and Pipeline specialist Sion Milosky. PKs is a special place for Sion as he grew up surfing here with his family, spending countless hours on the beach and in the water. To hold the event at this stop strengthens his legacy and continues to keep his spirit thriving. The Live Like Sion Gromfest is a grassroots event which brings together countless friends and families to help preserve his memory and his love for the ocean while giving back to the future generations of surfers on Kauai. Spear-headed by Milo Mirguia, Sion's best friend and pillar of the Kauai surf community, the event garners hundreds of entries each year with handfuls of volunteers, friends and family, contest surfers, and donations to the Live Like Sion Foundation. Saying a prayer for Sion at Poipu Beach Park. Photo: Tai Vandyke The morning of this year's Live Like Sion Gromfest kicked off to herds of excited groms from all over the island. First heat of the day paddled out at 7am to perfect head-high swell, trading off waves one after another, which continued throughout the day. One of our Volcom Little Buddies, 10-year-old Tiger Abubo, won the boys 14 and Under Groms division while taking out the national champion in the process. After tons of heats, great waves, and sunburnt-and-tired surfers, we relocated to Poipu Beach Park and gathered in a huge circle to say a prayer for Sion. We were blessed with a huge spread of delicious food and beautiful surroundings, while fond memories of Sion were being shared amongst the crowds. It was an epic day full of surfing and smiles, but in the end, it was all about celebrating the life of a beloved waterman, husband, and father. LIVE LIKE SION. "Did you see that!?" Good vibes only! People from all over Kauai volunteered their time and effort. Dropping in! Tiger for the win! Thanks to everyone who came out and supported the event!   More on Sion Sion Milosky was a big wave surfer from Hawaii, and a premiere Pipeline specialist, who tragically lost his life in a surfing accident at Mavericks in Half Moon, Bay, CA in 2011. He was survived by Suzi and his two young daughters, Awakea and Saraiah, as well as countless friends and family. Visit LiveLikeSion.com for more information and how to donate. Sion charging Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu. Photo: Brent Bielmann
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Kelly Slater, nearly 4 decades of putting ThisFirst
Insecurity, sobriety, the feeling of filling a void in one's heart, are universal themes that have just as great of a potential to be destructive as they do to be the motivating factor in success. Sharing what drove him at a young age and what still drives him today, Kelly opens up about his family, relationships and how he stays focused on winning. As both the youngest and oldest surfer to ever win a world title, Kelly Slater's career successes stack up against the greatest in any sport; as an 11-time world champion, Kelly is one of the winningest athletes in history, more than Tiger Woods, more than Wayne Gretzky, more than Muhammad Ali. This rare glimpse into the psyche of the sport of surfing's most enduring competitor and innovator can be appreciated by anyone, surfer or not.
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The Making Of “The Dock” | Go Behind The Scenes With Volcom’s Surf Team
This has got to be one of the sketchiest things we’ve ever done. I mean, would you pull the trigger on this concept and put some of the world's best surfers at risk? We’re in an age where everything’s been done. Where content gets exported by the dozens. Where repetition and derived ideas seem to be the norm. What breaks through clutter and what gets lost in 24 hours? There needs to be something more. So, we met up with our friends over at Stab and started talking about some potential ideas. When you enlist Stab’s wizardy and sunburnt minds to discuss surfing’s next move, you get oodles of high-to-higher outrageous, yet dangerously entertaining ideas. We labored over many of those ideas and found a winner. What was once a long and arduous process has finally come to fruition. And we’re truly passionate about it. Watch "The Dock" Benoa Harbour, Indonesia. What are we talking about? We’re talking about “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. We knew it was time do something different. Something new. Something which our team riders would be stoked on, and something that we would have fun doing and showing to our audiences. It’s part of our DNA to keep things fun and embrace the strange. It’s a grocery bag full of first-time stunts and wildly-entertaining fails. The strenuous journey of anchoring this floating dock in the middle of a surf break can take its tolls, but it was all worth it. Noa hops, Imai falls, Yago attempts. Mitch going for broke. He is wearing the Volcom X Noa Deane Mag Vibes Stoneys Boardshorts While dangerous, unpredictable, and unsecured, towing this 100-foot piece of equipment out into the ocean at 4am in a foreign land feels like you’ve already won. Were you sitting at your desk editing a two-to-four-foot beach break clip or sitting on the beach filming perfect barrels? No, you were near the pinnacle of an out-of-left-field concept that no one thought was possible. But you were there, and you made it, although no one said it was going to be this hard. Did we say it was dangerous? There was the obvious threat of the dock breaking off and crashing into you, but there were others. There are wires, ropes, tons of waves, other surfers / surfboards, and the dock itself whipping around freely as if it had no boundaries. As Noa recalls, “It kicks like a snake. It does this weird snake thing and it whips right at the end.” Balaram had a near-serious injury when he was trying to make his way to safety after jumping off the dock over a wave: “For a split second, time slowed down and I was like, ‘I’m about to die, I’m going head-first into this thing!'” Balaram and his memorable time with the dock. Balaram ended up slipping off the end and went down pretty hard. The 100-foot dock broke away from its anchor and nearly tumbled over Ozzie (see video). But, it was all in good fun. It was a team of guys experiencing a first-of-its-kind, further stretched from their comfort zones than ever. “I like the chaos of everybody there going, ‘where are we going, where are we going!?’” said Ozzie. It’s always fun until it’s not. One of the scariest parts of the shoot was when a huge set rolled in and the dock snapped off the anchors and floated into shore, nearly tagging Ozzie and Imai. Luckily, our dudes have cat-like reflexes and managed to escape sure-injury. Imai recalls, “I dove under it and the thing went over, and my board was on the side and I had to take my leash off underwater because it was stuck.” After some minor repairs, the team got the dock back out into position and finished off their three-day mission. We should've known Stab would think of a gem-of-an-idea like this. We never thought this would actually be possible. We didn't think we were really going to go through with it. But, we did, and we are sure as hell glad we did. Thank you to Stab, our team riders, production, the crew, Candock, and everyone else who was apart of this project. We hope you enjoyed “The Dock.” Noa's wearing the Macaw Mod Boardshorts. Traffic jam. Noa leaps off the dock for another attempt.
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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.
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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.
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Limited Release Clothing Artifacts Designed By Noa Deane
In the past five years, Noa Deane has made some serious noise. He has dropped some of the world's most talked about surf clips, destroyed a couple of big budget surf films (amongst bigger budget names), won the Surfer Poll Andy Irons Breakthrough Award, landed in hot water with some hilarious loose-lipped raw dogging, recorded a solo album, and has been unapologetically juvenescent throughout it all. At a time when surfing has never been more corpo, Noa represents the antidote to the establishment. He’s the kicking out of the jams. He’s Blank Generation X reincarnate. He’s Volcom tomorrow, today. Noa Deane signed with Volcom at the start of 2017 and it couldn’t have been a better fit for the brand. He’s an artist, musician, classic character, ripping surfer and skater, and all around good bloke! We gave Noa the opportunity to create a few of his own tees and boardshort and we're stoked with the outcome. Noa has been a fan of Volcom since he can remember. He’s inspired by the brand's history and early 90s' Youth Against Establishment messaging. Noa’s got really interesting taste, he likes what he likes and he’s not scared to voice his opinion. With that, Noa selected a less premium shirt with a dry hand feel, just a good ol' classic tee! He also wanted a boardshort that was unique and different, so we took two colors of our Mag Vibes Stoneys and created his very own. Along with his collection, today we're announcing the Noa Deane sweepstakes where you could win $500 on volcom.com, surfboards, a Volcom-branded wetsuit, and more! Shop Noa Deane CollectionEnter Sweepstakes   Y.A.E Tee "I have been fan of Volcom since I was little kid and I always liked the old collages from the 90s. I made this art from some scrap books and random drawings that just came to mind. The colors and fit of the shirts are pretty sick!" -Noa Deane   The tees feature a basic fit with an easy hand-dry feel, a preferred style for Noa. The boardshorts come equipped with our patented Cinch Fly Technology, 18-inch inseam, flap back pocket and custom Ozzie Wright zombie patch! Volcom x Noa Deane Y.A.E Tee Volcom x Noa Deane Mag Vibes Stoneys Crossweird Tee Figures Tee ENTER NOW!