Posts Tagged ‘Billabong’

February 21st, 2014 | By | 28 Comments

Bikini Party! Photos from the Billabong Bikini Truck Launch Party, Powered by SWELL

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It’s official…the Billabong Bikini Truck is on the road!
Because no maiden voyage is complete without a proper send-off, we celebrated over Bikini ‘Tinis at Shelter, Encinitas. And a bikini party is the best kind of party. Says us at least. Want to join in on the party? Come by the retail launch party Saturday, March 1st at the Saguaro, Palm Springs. Read on for photos + more (more…)

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February 20th, 2014 | By | 72 Comments

It’s Here: The Billabong Bikini Truck, Powered by SWELL! Announcing the Launch of Our First-Ever Bikini Pop-Up Shop

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Welcome the Billabong Bikini Truck, Powered by SWELL
…coming to a beach near you!

Ooh, shiny things! Something shiny that delivers a bikini boutique to you? Even better. Introducing, the Billabong Bikini Truck, Powered by SWELL!

Hitting the road for the first time this Spring, the vintage Airstream turned bikini pop-up event will host a retro-inspired showroom full of our favorite Billabong bikinis, mobile lounges, an accessories garden, photo booth, giveaways, and more. (more…)

February 15th, 2014 | By | 20 Comments

SeaMade: Surfing 101 | Fins

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What’s in a fin? Aside from being those knifey things that stick out of your board and slice through the water (and hopefully not your skin), there are a lot of components to fins. Here are a few basics to focus on when deciding on a fin system for your board: (more…)

February 8th, 2014 | By | 289 Comments

SeaMade: Surfing 101 | Longboard Paddling Technique

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A longboard isn’t called a log for nothing. Even maneuvering a heavily glassed 9’0 noserider makes a petite little lady like myself feel like I’m coasting on a 300 year old redwood tree. For how fun they are to ride, they sure can be challenging in terms of getting around, especially getting around waves bigger than 4-5 feet. Save yourself the frustration of getting caught on the inside with a few simple paddling techniques… (more…)