Evan Smith, an Element Skateboards pro-rider, badass musician, and an all-around great dude, popped into the SWELL studio to get us pumped about the Element X Fender Collaboration. And really, who wouldn’t be? The 46/92 Collection, 46 for the year Fender was formed and 92 for the year Element was created, features psychedelic graphics with a music tour vibe. They are offering everything from hoodies, raglans, tanks and tees and we were lucky enough to nab a few to give away!
Check out the collab collection: Element x Fender
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Get Baked – the new apparel and swim collection from Stone Fox Swim!
New at SWELL, one of our FAVORITE new swim lines, Stone Fox Swim, has just launched their first ever clothing line: Baked x Stone Fox Swim. The line was created to take the SFS girl from the beach to the street, without losing an ounce of the brand’s surf, love and rock & roll vibe. Read on for more about the line + WIN IT! (more…)
Reggae legends Pepper dropped their new, self-titled album on September 3rd and SWELL is proud to announce that they have the exclusive backstory. In the worldwide premiere of this first making-of video, the boys of Pepper discuss their change of direction, the freedom they felt when making this record and what ‘concentrated Pepper’ is all about.
Be sure to check back for Part Two of SWELL’s exclusive unveiling of behind the scenes footage of the band making their new album and head over to our SWEEPS PAGE for an exclusive T. Patterson x Pepper surfboard giveaway.
Wear Your Impact! New at SWELL, the Base Project delivers more than just incredibly eclectic cuffs.
They are cuffs that create jobs and invest in community development projects. Support socially and environmentally conscious style by sporting bracelets made from upcycled PVC pipe! Instead of filling up landfills in Namibia, Africa, the discarded PVC pipe is collected by local artisans, then hand-cut, carved and re-formed into bracelets. Genius. Inspiration for the patterns and designs come from the animals, landscape, rich history of Namibia; and reflect the traditional art of the region alongside the artists’ own unique vision. The unique coloring on the PVC, a combination of exposure to the sun, along with the rich, red-ochre soil of the region, gives the bracelets their distinctly natural look. The aesthetic is comparable to bone or horn, but no animals have been harmed in the process.
So you can do good, and look good doing it. A big arm party high five to that!
Shop: Base Project Bracelets
WIN IT! Today only, enter to win a cuff from the Base Project HERE