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Balaram Stack

Balaram Stack

From: Point Lookout, NY Age: 25

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Currently Living: Point Lookout, NY

Height: 5'9

Weight: 145

Sponsors: Skullcandy, Rockstar, Vestal Watches and Sunglasses, Freak Traction Lost Surfboards Sector 9 Skateboards Unsound Surfshop Moskova

Volcom Rider Since: Last friday

First Board: Don't remember the name but it was like a 5'11 from my older brother

Warm Ups: A surf check

What Gets You Motivated To Surf? Friends

Side Tracks: Friends, girls, parties, skateboarding

Music / Bands: A lil bit of everything a$ap rocky

Videos / Movies: Year Zero, Kids

Best Style: Your own

Random Information: Michael Dunphy's farts are the worst of all time

Favorite Volcom Jeans: Vorta

Favorite Boardshorts: Mod Tech Pro

One Thing You Can't Leave Home Without: My mind

Special Thanks: Everyone at Volcom and mom


A Candid Photo Journal: Welcome To Water Ep. 3 - Indonesia
A couple months ago, filmmaker / photographer Scott Stinnett ventured with some of the boys on the Volcom Surf Team to South East Asia to a little place called Sumbawa, located in the middle of the Lesser Sunda Islands chain. Sumbawa, a highly sought-after surf destination for people all around the world, offers many heavy world-class barrels, prodominately lefts, accompanied with a shallow coral reef bottom. For the traveling surfers and cameramen like Scott, Sumbawa is a great place to journey to for a variety of waves and tons of land exploring. Their mission? Shoot some clips of Balaram Stack, Parker Coffin, Imai Devault and Noah Schweizer for a surf edit (watch here), venture to a few remote areas for some lifestyle photography, have some fun, and live to tell their story. Conclusion: they lived, but their story wasn't as exciting as today's current news in the world, so we didn't write a story. Although, Scott was able to capture some memorable moments from the trip through the use of his Yashica T4 and Wide Lux Panoramic cameras which we just had to share. Take a peek at some of the photos below! PHOTOS: Scott Stinnett, @melllow_yellow CAMERAS: Weatherproof Yashica T4 35mm Point and Shoot, Wide Lux Panoramic Camera Fadi, pronounced "Faw-Dee," was the crew's epic tour guide and drove them around to some mystical secret locations The boys were stoked when Fadi showed them this secret hideaway in the forest This spot wasn't surfable, but Parker Coffin didn't want to leave 100 degree weather, fully clothed, with an old Volcom tee wrapped his head. Score! In the background you can see a pretty sick left, which unfortunately, wasn't surfable, so the boys moved on to another location The gateway to the dream left that was scored in the edit. The crew ended up calling that wave "Baldman's" for a local incorrectly pronouncing Balaram's name. Once you walk through that path you are rewarded with this sight. The granny farmer, who owns that piece of land, is shown here holding the gate open for the crew. Imai Devault at Baldman's Imai with the first leap into an unknown lagoon Taking a break from the road This desolate, beachy farm land makes for a good photo The boys' first look at Baldman's A small Indonesian girl on her way to pre-school. It's fascinating traveling thousands of miles away from home to see how native people live and grow up, hugely disconnected from the world you and I live in today. Noah and Parker, full zen mode The Nomad Resort The heat made Parker a little thirsty... Here's Fadi (on the right) wondering what a kid from Florida and a kid from California are doing staring off into the depths of a lagoon On the way to the waterfall. Beautiful scenery in every corner of Sumbawa kept traveling from place-to-place a treat rather than a burden. The long walk back from Yo-Yos (the smaller, fun-looking right from the edit) The boys watching Balaram swing from a tree into the water. Balaram, with a miscalculated attempt to fear of landing on tree roots (shown on the left), hung onto the rope and slammed back into the tree. Nice one, Balaram. On the way out from granny farmer's crops and into Baldman's Rocks were slippery, but careful foot placement ensured no one fell off the cliff. Too bad. Would've made for a cool photo. Imai
Sumbawa, Indonesia – Welcome To Water (Ep.3)
Episode 3 of our Welcome To Water video series dives into the beautiful island of Sumbawa in Indonesia with Balaram Stack, Parker Coffin, Imai Devault, and Noah Schweizer as they tackle a rippable right and find a sneaky little left slab to spend their Indonesia days for a few weeks. The guys also wandered through the neighboring forest and stumbled upon an epic waterfall w/ a swing! Peep the video (above) and let us know your thoughts in the comments below! Check out Surfline's full-feature photo journal from this trip: Welcome To Water - Video series Episode 1 - "Big Waves and Heavy Barrels in Hawaii" Episode 2 - "Proving Maui"   Shop the boardshorts our team riders are wearing in this episode! Frequency Slinger Volcom boardshorts Volcom boardshorts
Costa Rica's Gold - Surf Team Goes South!
Brand-new styles and colorways available now: Shop Boardshorts | Shop Swimwear So we took a trip to Costa Rica to shoot our all-new Fall boardshorts & swimwear collections, and instead of ending the story right now with "and the rest is history," we'd like to give you a little insight into our majestic journey to the rugged Central American country. Enter Balaram Stack, Coco Ho, Nate Tyler, Maud Le Car, Ryan Burch, Quincy Davis, and Andrew "Droid" Doheny. Picture a desolate rainforest and narrow unstructured dirt roads echoed by a variety of bird chips and animal calls only to be triumphed by thoughts racing through your head of "where's the beach and how fast can we get there." 3,400+ miles from the nearest home in California, obvious transplants (no help from Balaram & Droid's bleached hair), and a crew full of expensive surfboards and camera equipment is your scene. photos by Tom Carey Quickly finding the way to our newly-found two-week home w/ an epic pool inside a quaint little village, we linked up with local legend Tony Roberts who is a mastermind that paved the way for the community down here by designing skateparks and running various surf tours. After ripping through some fun spots inside the village, and getting weird in the neighboring jungle, we hopped on a friend's boat and made our voyage to the famous Witch's Rock. For any surfer, Witch's is a bucket list mission and our journey there was one for the books! Witch's Rock Our goal was to shoot the team in our new boardshorts and swimwear collections, get some rad action shots, explore the land, and simply have a good time on this journey through a quest for spiritual intoxication. And we got that. But we got more, a lot more. Take a ride with us through a captivating feel-good photo book from our Costa Rican adventure: Droid: pro surfer, pro model. Droid sportin' our Macaw Mod boardshorts Maud Le Car (left): Wild Buds Halter Top + Wild Buds Cheeky BottomsCoco Ho (center): Free Current Crop Top + Simply Solid Modest BottomsQuincy Davis (right): Henna Spirit Triangle Top + Henna Spirit Full Bottoms Coco Ho: Free Current Crop Top Ryan Burch w/ one of his hand-shaped mystical twin fins Quincy Davis (left): Free Current V Neck Top + Simply Solid Cheeky BottomsCoco Ho (middle): Wild Buds Halter Top + Wild Buds Cheeky BottomsMaud Le Car (right): Henna Spirit 1 Piece Quincy Davis: Free Current V Neck Top + Simply Solid Cheeky Bottoms Buddies Oh hey, Quincy Droid rips! Once Balaram goes underwater, weird things happen (keep scrolling for more eerie photos of Balaram underwater) Frequency Slinger boardshorts Nate Tyler: Stripey Slinger boardshorts Quincy Davis: Henna Spirit Triangle Top + Henna Spirit Tiny Bottoms photo by Brian BielmannRyan Burch (left): Frequency Slinger boardshortsNate Tyler (right): 3 Quarta Slinger boardshorts Maud Le Car (left): Henna Spirit Triangle Top + Henna Spirit Tiny BottomsQuincy Davis (right): Henna Spirit Body Suit Maud Le Car: Simply Solid 1 Piece ...and here begins the pool shenanigans w/ Burch, Balaram and Droid Balaram likes his peace and quiet Droid wanted to hang w/ Balaram so he came down to sing him a song. "Hello darkness my old friend..." Balaram Stack: Resin Swirl Tee + Liberation Slinger boardshorts Droid: Plasm Pocket Tee Balaram Stack & Ryan Burch Ryan Burch (left): Lefty Neo wetsuit jacket + Macaw Mod boardshortsAndrew Doheny (right): Frequency Slinger boardshorts This dude in the background is kinda creepin' us out. Andrew Doheny trying to escape Costa Rica in our Frequency Slinger boardshorts Frequency Slinger boardshorts Stripey Slinger boardshorts Maud Le Car, Quincy Davis, Coco Ho - Volcom Women's Surf Balaram, Burch, Droid, beach huttin' Balaram on his transcontinental journey
Turning Recycled Bottles into Volcom Boardshorts!
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 sustainability efforts HERE
Growing In The Right Direction - Ron Jon's Beach 'N Boards Fest!
Cocoa Beach, Florida was once again the host to the 2016 Beach ‘N Board Fest from March 11- 13. The Beach was alive with many different events and attractions surrounding the Vans x Ron Jon WSL 1,000 and WSL JR Pro with Volcom East Coast rippers Balaram Stack & Noah Schweizer surfing in the WSL 1,000. Just like last year, Volcom teamed up with Keep Brevard Beautiful (KBB) – a local non-profit organization – to be the official sustainability sponsors of the event. Our efforts included providing and coordinating proper waste management, a volunteer-led planting of sea oats, as well as educational tutorials led by our partners at Repreve. This give back sustainability campaign incorporated educational and physical acts to ensure that surfers and beach goers will have a viable and healthy beach to enjoy for years to come. Thank you to everyone who came out to support this great cause and for all the fun! Volcom surf team athletes Balaram Stack and Noah Schweizer were on hand and in the trenches helping right alongside event spectators and volunteers to plant the much-needed sea oats. Balaram Stack Noah Schweizer Happy campers! Teaching the young! Supergrom learning the ropes. Debbie Harvey, Ron Jon Surf Shop Sea oats are an essential part of the eco-system, as they provide a natural barrier to protect from beach erosion.  On both Saturday and Sunday eager volunteers planted over 200 sea oat sprouts.  Combined with our efforts from last year the campaign has successfully nourished a 50-yard section of dune line directly behind the event. It was great to have Repreve in attendance as well, telling the story of the sustainability efforts we’re making with one of our newest lines of boardshorts.  Using their onsite mobile unit, Repreve walked interested patrons through the processes the company uses to transform recycled bottles into a fiber that is eventually turned into fabric for Volcom’s Mod-Tech Boardshorts. Thank you to Crystal Colbert from Repreve for all the support! 2016 Volcom Boardshorts on display.  Balaram Stack throwin' it up in the Ron Jon Vans Pro. Photo: Dugan / ESM Noah Schweizer was able to make it to Round 4, but fell short of advancement into the Quarterfinals. Photo: Dugan / ESM
Big Waves and Heavy Barrels in Hawaii - Welcome To Water (Episode 1)
WELCOME TO WATER: Heavy barrels and balls-to-the-wall ripping out front of the Volcom Pipe House on the North Shore of Oahu with Kaimana Henry, Carlos Muñoz, Dusty Payne, Gavin Beschen, Tom Dosland, Imai DeVault, Yago Dora, Balaram Stack and Miguel Tudela. Be on the lookout for Episode 2 dropping in our Welcome To Water series in the coming months... Shop the all-new Volcom Boardshorts that our team riders are wearing in Episode 1! Balaram Stack wears the Stripey Slinger Dusty Payne wears the Macaw Mod Yago Dora wears the Stripey Slinger Carlos Munoz, Yago Dora, Balaram Stack Gavin Beschen wears the Liberation Mod Miguel Tudela wears the Macaw Mod 2016 Volcom Surf Team