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Mitch Coleborn

Mitch Coleborn

From: Nambour, Sunshine Coast Age: 29

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Birth Place: Sunshine Coast, Australia

Currently Living: Wurtulla

Years Surfing: Since the days of my youth

Sponsors: Volcom, Monster, EPOKHE, Creatures, SOL Republic, Chilli surfboards

Favorite Spot: Out the front

Favorite Country: Australia

Surf With: MG

Side Tracks: This and that

Where To Next: Tubes and Tours

Goals: Tour

What Gets You Hyped: Good music

Color Of Choice: Can't go wrong with black

Favorite Music Right Now: Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

Inspirations: House design / interior design


Republic of Maldives – Welcome To Water (Ep.4)
Maldives. Located in South Asia. Home to prized surf breaks such as Chickens, Lohi's, and Pasta Point, became an increasingly sought-after surf destination for salty shredders around the globe beginning in the mid-to-late 90s. Like many surf spots back in the day which surrounded this area, their only occupants were marine life and local tribes who couldn't give a sh*t about perfect 6-8ft empty tubes in 70-80 degree water temperatures. And Luckily like Mitch Coleborn, Yago Dora, and Nate Tyler, you can still score some of these spots relatively uncrowded if you time it right! Yago Dora That's where this video comes in to play. Mitch, Yago, and Nate, who are distinctly three different humans (besides their shared attribute of being goofy-footers), recently traveled to Maldives together in hopes of scoring some solid vacant waves, while Tom Carey and Nate Leal tagged along to document their adventure. As you can see from the video, they scored tons of relentless lefts. Yes, lefts. There wasn't a single right ridden, so if you are looking to see these guys rip on their backhand in this video, that's just not gonna happen. Mitch Coleborn The boys returned with a ton of excellent footage, good stories, and even better luck of not striking out due to strong winds and storms that typically circulate the area July through September. And speaking of footage, a quick anecdote... We had thought the video was completed, and as we were just about to send it out to the world, we got a call from RT (director of Psychic Migrations) which opened with, "Did you send it out already?!" Not even a hello! JK, RT, we love you. Turns out that Nate Tyler had watched the video and noticed his best clip wasn't in there, and RT wanted to respect that. So, he sent us a new file immediately and everyone was happy. That's how it should be, right? Please enjoy Episode 4 in our Welcome To Water series. *Note: This isn't Nate Tyler's best clip :)   Check out Surfline's exclusive photo feature from their trip:       Welcome To Water - Video Series Episode 1 - "Big Waves and Heavy Barrels in Hawaii" Episode 2 - "Proving Maui" Episode 3 - "Sumbawa, Indonesia"
Mitch Coleborn Surfing in Jeans
We decided to put our new Volcom Stone Made denim to the test with Mitch Coleborn, one of our esteemed surf team riders. Yes, SURF team. Not the skate team (although, of course we did that too). We gave the fella a call, explained what we wanted him to do, and he basically hung up the phone. We called him back, no answer. We texted him, Facebooked him, Instagrammed him, Snapchatted him, and even found his old MySpace to see if he was online. No luck. After a day or so he reluctantly called us back and made the intern cry through his acrimonious tone. JK. Mitch is a solid human and he rules! So we told him the campaign and he eventually succumbed to it. After a bit of planning and a leg full of feelings, we were at the beach with the team and Mitch anxiously anticipating its outcome. So there he was, a near 30 year old, standing on the beach with no shirt on, wearing nothing but jeans and his leash wrapped around his ankle, thinking if some little punk kid would snap a photo of him and send it to Kook of the Day.  Cameras were set, team was in place, and the first shot was being organized. The moment we wanted to capture for this first shot was the initial reaction to the shoot, the mood of the team, anxiety of Mitch, and vulnerability of someone surfing in jeans. It's experimental, it's explosive, and it's captivating. Sure, people have surfed in jeans before. It's not something new. But our goal was to cross paths with our skate team dudes and put our denim to the test under any circumstance. Because we're here to have fun, right?   It was almost as if Mitch were wearing boardshorts when he started catching waves. He was doing airs, throw tails, power carves, you name it. Of course anything restricting your leg movement will hinder your stretch, but Mitch was surprisingly enthusiastic about his experience when he got out of the water. The Vorta jeans he wore include a superior stretch fabric and deliver twice the power of normal stretch jeans, so it was a match made in heaven. Or something like that. Test complete. Now it's your turn. Grab some Volcom denim and start surfing! Joking. Don't do that. Our Volcom Stone Made denim and chinos are designed for skateboarding, but recommended for life. See for yourself. Check out our brand-new Volcom Stone Made line of stretch jeans and chinos.
Watch The 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro On NBC Sunday, May 1!
Tune into NBC on Sunday, May 1 at 1pm ET / 10am PT to catch a reply of the 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro! Watch some of the world's best surfers like Kelly Slater, John John Florence, Bruce Irons and Dusty Payne battle it out at the legendary Banzai Pipeline on the North Shore of Oahu in what some locals were calling the best waves and conditions they've seen in years! 2016 Volcom Pipe Pro trailer   Teaser photos from this year's event Dusty Payne photo: Tai Vandyke Kelly Slater photo: Jack Morrissey Volcom Pipe Pro 2016! photo: Brian Bielmann Gavin Beschen photo: Lugo Makai McNamara heavy wipeout. photo: Brian Bielmann   Imai Devault photo: Brian Bielmann Joan Duru photo: Lugo Leo Fioravanti. photo: Tai Vandyke
A Candid Photo Journal: Welcome To Water Hawaii Campaign Shoot
Get a behind-the-scenes look into the 2016 Season 1 campaign shoot for Volcom's Welcome To Water campaign! Earlier this year the marketing team took off from our Costa Mesa, CA headquarters over to the heavenly Hawaiian Islands to scout some locations for our then-upcoming shoot for our new boardshorts and swimwear. Little did we know (or did we?) they would come back with some amazing results and tons of footage to include for a game-changing video directed by Volcom's Creative Director, Mike Aho. Check out the video here & take a look at a candid photo journal from the trip from Richie Olivares, one of our esteemed marketing gurus. PHOTOS: Richie Olivares, @rich_landos CAMERA: Olympus XA Nate Tyler Carlos Munoz Tai Vandyke Carlos Munoz Mitch Coleborn Carlos Munoz, Mitch Coleborn, Nate Tyler  Mitch Coleborn  Quincy Davis  Carlos Munoz 
Proving Maui - Welcome To Water (Episode 2)
Episode 2 of our Welcome To Water series follows Dusty Payne on Maui as he tears apart epic Honolua Bay with some of the Volcom Hawaii crew featuring Tai Vandyke, Gavin Beschen, Imai DeVault, Kai Mana Henry and Tom Dosland. Next, we head down the road where Dusty and Mitch Coleborn dismantle a tricky high-performance left, and then it's back to Honolua for Mitch's backhand attack and high-speed tube time with Dusty and Kelly Slater. Watch Episode 1:   Shop the all-new Volcom Boardshorts that our team riders are wearing in Episode 2!  Dusty Payne, Maui 2016 (photo: Tom Carey) Gavin Beschen, Honolua Bay 2016 Kai Mana Henry and Gavin Beschen, Maui 2016 Tai Vandyke, Honolua Bay 2016 Kelly Slater, Honolua Bay 2016 Tom Dosland, Honolua Bay 2016 (photo: Tom Carey)  Mitch Coleborn, Maui 2016 (photo: Tom Carey)  Dusty Payne (left) wearing the Macaw Mods. Mitch Coleborn in the Stripey Slingers, Maui 2016 (photo: Tom Carey) Dusty Payne, at his home break, Honolua Bay 2016
Red Bull TV - In House: Road To The Volcom Pipe Pro - Episode 2
In episode 2 of In House: Road to the Volcom Pipe Pro, the Volcom Houses get ready for a packed house for Thanksgiving w/ Volcom Pipe House Manager Tai Vandyke cooking his 18th annual feast for the team, Mitch Coleborn trains for the Vans World Cup at Sunset Beach, and a pair of vets and groms share their take on what surfing in Hawaii means to them. brightcove.createExperiences(); In House: Road to the Volcom Pipe Pro is an inside look at the two most infamous fortresses on the North Shore, the Volcom houses, which serve as base camp for the company’s team of surfers as they navigate the most intense period of the year, the Hawaiian winter, at the end of which looms the Volcom Pipe Pro and an opportunity, for some, to qualify for next year’s Pipe Masters, while others look to start their 2016 campaign with a statement performance. Watch episodes 1, 3 and 4 below! Episode 1: "The Gathering Place" Episode 3: "Contest Day" Episode 4: "The Starting Block"