February 11th, 2016
Archive for the ‘BEST IN GEAR’ Category
BJ “The Prodigy” Penn fights, rides, and represents RVCA. The partnership couldn’t be more unique and perfect for the Hawaiian MMA champ who fights for Team Aloha. The MMA movement and the big-wave cross training trend have a direct correlation, because staying fit for the next big swell can be the difference between scoring or not surviving. And for the average weekend warrior when there’s no waves, there’s no way to rid yourself of that doughy frame.
The RVCA Sport collection gears you up for cross training with breathable, durable and radical apparel that is ready to get sweaty.
-Interlock moisture management
-Anti-rash elastane fabric
-Durable double-up stitching
Check out the VA Sport Collection here
For a limited time Dakine is giving away a free traction pad with any $50+ Dakine purchase!
They gave us a box full of assorted pads ($32 value a piece!!) and now we are hooking you folks up until we run out.
Dakine is known for their super grippy, yet soft EVA pads that can be found under the feet of the world’s best surfers.
Just take a look at the Dakine Pro team: Parko, Taj, Damo & Ceej, John John, Bruce & Andy, Simpo, Machado, Evan & Eric Geiselman, Ian Walsh, Granger Larson, Ian Gentil, Hank Gaskell, Kalani Robb, Sofia Mulanovich, Mike Lossness, Miguel Pupo, Pancho Sullivan, Shea Lopez, Eziekiel Lau, Tonino Benson, Albee Layer, and Matt Meola just to name a few!
Like all their products, Dakine leashes are second to none as well. They feature double self-lubricating swivels, a super plush neoprene cuff with key pocket, and a stronger reinforced urethane cord. Besides being the most comfortable leash you will ever wear, these leg ropes come in a bunch of unique and awesome color ways. Get your new Dakine leash here.
A little known fact to most, not only does Dakine use the best materials and construction for all their products, but they also fully back them with a LIFETIME WARRANTY. They are so sure you will be stoked on your purchase they stand behind it!
So check out all Dakine products here and get your free pad before supplies run out!!
The GoPro is the must have gear item of the year. With crystal clear HD 1080p footage and a 170 degree wide angle lens it’s no wonder that this camera is the choice of both Kelly Slater and Shaun White. Whether you are using it to film the inside of a barrel or the backside of a mountain, the GoPro will let you re-live any experience like never before. Once you get yourself this coveted device, there are heaps of essential accessories that will help you get the most out of your camera. Here are a few to check out:
So you dropped some serious coin on a GoPro. The last thing you want is it rolling around in your bag getting scratched up.
Now thanks to the Underwater Kinetics GoPro storage case, you can safely store your GoPro Hero or GoPro Hero 2 and all its accessories in one water-tight, secure location. This box is sturdy and built to last. The deluxe version comes with dual density foam and extra ports for all your equipment, while the standard version gets the job done at a cheaper price point. No matter which one you get, both are crucial for extending the life of your camera.
Roark has many vices. Simone and Las Diablitas Borrachas are high on the list. So they pressed a limited quantity of 7″ vinyl to include in every Roark purchase on SWELL.
The band is revealed in Volume 2 of the Roark chronicles at a seedy bar named “Paris De Noche” in the bowels of Ensenada, Mexico. Las Diablitas are posse of self-proclaimed banditos mysteriously lead by a sexy French-Mexican chica named Simone. They describe their sound as Mescla. “Mescla being a mixture of music from all over the world. A little French. Espana from Spain. Flamenco Astyilo. Flamenco style. Musica punk rock. Musica rock.”
The band was recently granted a one-day work visa from the Mexican government to perform a secret Roark show in Laguna Beach, Ca. What ever it is, it’s raw and hard to understand if you don’t speak Espanol. Las Diablitas disappeared back across the boarder, but here’s a couple shots from the show