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August 13th, 2013 | By | 382 Comments

5 Flicks | Billabong Pro Tahiti 2013


Here’s 5 flicks to feed your froth for the  Billabong Pro Tahiti 2013. Waiting period starts Aug 15. (more…)

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August 13th, 2013 | By | 924 Comments

New SWELL Ambassador: Caroline Carlson

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Coming to a college near you! The all-new SWELL Ambassador Program kicks off its first semester this Fall with five advocates, representing #theSWELLlife across the Southwest US. Their job is simple: spread the SWELL, and share it all with you via photos, posts, updates and maybe even a sticker or two. Since we’re heading into the school year, we’d like you to get acquainted with all the local ambassadors.
Representing for Orange County, Caroline Carlson… (more…)

August 12th, 2013 | By | 468 Comments

New SWELL Ambassador: Brandon Carney

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Coming to a college near you! The all-new SWELL Ambassador Program kicks off its first semester this Fall with five advocates, representing #theSWELLlife across the Southwest US. Their job is simple: spread the SWELL, and share it all with you via photos, posts, updates and maybe even a sticker or two. Since we’re heading into the school year, we’d like you to get acquainted with all the local ambassadors.
First up, Brandon Carney… (more…)

August 12th, 2013 | By | 589 Comments

Style + Travel Guide: Pichilemu, Part II Travel Post by Guest Blogger, Leah.

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I was so in love the vibrant and fun town of Pichilemu that I decided to extend my stay by few days. During this time I was able to explore the other stunning beaches and find more fun surf spots. While walking the dirt roads of Pichilemu I found some awesome places to enjoy a local bite and even some cafes that served tea with an ocean view. The weather along the Chilean coast this time of year is pretty chilly (pun intended!). Because of this, I had to leave the kimonos and shorts at home. Instead I had to find cute, stylish clothes versatile enough for a beach and surf trip in a cold climate. This thermal was perfect for keeping me warm, without comprising style. I threw on some boyfriend jeans and a beanie to complete the look. This outfit was darling while also practical enough for discovering new cafes, stores, and views of my favorite beaches in Pichilemu.
(Pictured: Billabong Thermal)

Read on for my tops picks for surfing and munching… (more…)