Posts Tagged ‘Hawaii’

March 29th, 2013 | By | 511 Comments

Hula Hats: New Snap Back Styles

We’ve got stacks of new Hula Hats. They’re a summer essential for beach days and weekend festivals. Get yours here. Aloha!!

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March 22nd, 2013 | By | 1,340 Comments

Photo Tip Of The Week: Jason Naudé Billabong Lensman Explains How To Shoot Surf In Speed Blur

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“When shooting surfing, try not to get stuck in one style like only trying to get crisp clean shots. Sometimes blurry shots can look way more interesting if done correctly. For the shot of Nate Zoller I closed my aperture down to I think like F. 18 and slowed my shutter speed down to something like a tenth of a second and then followed Nate as he rode the wave to keep him in focus but to allow the wave to appear like it was moving.” -Jason Naudé

December 24th, 2012 | By | 2,420 Comments

BJ Penn Wears RVCA Sport

The pride of Hawaii, BJ Penn in an UFC superstar and ambassador of the RVCA sport collection. Just like his mixed martial arts style, his signature shorts are a multi functional for hitting the beach…or the gym.

Watch BJ train for his comeback tour to recapture his two different UFC titles.

 

Sweat in style as your cross train in 2013 with the RVCA sport collection

BJ PENN VITALS

Place of birth: Kailua, Oahu
Nickname: The Prodigy
Mentor: Ralph Gracie
Favorite Restaurant: Boots & Kimo’s. Kailua, HI
Wins by Knockout: 7
Most Memorable Bout: vs MAtt Hughes 2006

August 3rd, 2010 | By | 1,230 Comments

Surfing Mag Crew Stops by the Lost Warehouse

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We have this impulse to put our hands all over new surfboards, and hold them at odd angles, and say Hmmm, and Ahhhh, and to look contemplative as though we see meaning in the curves. It’s an absurd little dance and we do not resist it.

Last week that impulse drove us to visit Lost Surfboards at their San Clemente warehouse, but to no avail — locked door, empty office. Drat. Yesterday we tried again, and this time the boys were there and were quite good-natured about letting us walk around their workspace, touching their stuff and spouting ignorant dreck about surfboards. Steve, Trevor, Johnny and Andy hung out and answered questions about the newest Lost models and told us funny, unprintable stories about a Hawaiian surf legend.

Read the whole story on SurfingMagazine.com

All of the top …Lost board models available at Swell. Find your magic lost stick and go shred your own little piece of paradise.

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