Our head girls designer, Tanya Corrao, knows a thing or two about boardshorts — that's why we thought it would be so cool to see what she would make on Phantom Create, our online tool where YOU are the designer! Tanya's shorts combine her love for animal print ("the blue and black cheetah print is really rad!") and her love for black, which she wears everyday. "I felt like they needed a little pop, so I added floral on the side panel. I also felt like the hot yellow would add some fun and give it a nice contrast. And it makes you look tanner, anyway!" Tanya said she would wear her Phantom Create Beachriders with a simple black bikini top, preferrably while she was paddle boarding. And we think that sounds awesome! See Tanya's shorts in detail here.
Go behind the scenes of one of the best events in womens surfing - ever. In it, Carissa Moore went on to win the Rip Curl Pro, but not before Lakey Peterson gave her a serious run for her money in the Semis. The healthy rivalry made for great spectating and some great insight to go along with it. Hear (and see) it all from the girls themselves in our latest #TOURNOTES.
This is something we've said before (just last week actually) and something we're bound to say again: Carissa Moore takes another final! This time winning the Rip Curl Pro Bells Beach! Carissa surfed with her trademark power and grace (think huge rail carves, smooth as butter), surfing amazing heat after heat and eventually putting her face to face with Tyler Wright in the final. A huge score (9.57) early on in the heat ended up securing Carissa's win, as the ocean went flat for the remainder of the heat...save for a few last-minute fun ones! So how could she make this win even sweeter? How about knowing that on her way to the podium, she partook and starred in one of the greatest, if not the greatest, displays of womens surfing to date - thanks to the stellar performances from herself, Lakey Peterson, Sally Fitzgibbons and Courtney Conologue during the Quarters and Semis. Congrats, Riss! We're beyond stoked for you! See more from Carissa here. Photo: ASP/Kirstin
Press play to relive Carissa's Margaret River victory! During a final filled with the biggest sets seen all day at Margaret River, Carissa Moore managed to escape a beating and grab a World Tour win instead! Big surf and big power turns went hand in hand as Carissa surfed her way to the podium. Congrats to Riss on her win at the second stop on tour! And to see more from Carissa, including her favorite Hurley products, visit her store at Hurley.com/CarissaMoore. Photo: ASP/Robertson.
Each year, Hurley sponsors an event called Student Television Network, at which 2,000 high school and middle school broadcast students convene for a filmmaking competition. Students were asked to make a commercial for the Hurley Phantom Warp and the Beachrider… click through to see some of the winning results.
It's common knowledge that Carissa Moore is an absolute pleasure to watch on a surfboard, which makes sense because she's also just an absolute pleasure in general. In other words, the youngest person to win a World Title (she was just eighteen!) has quickly become our favorite surfer/person/friend. Click 'Full Story' to get to know more about the girl who around the office we simply refer to as "the Hawaiian Angel."
You're a one and only. Celebrate it by making our signature One & Only your own. We borrowed a shirt from the guys, cut it up and gave it a little girly flair. You can try our style (click "Full Story" to see the instructions in this post) or show us your own! Share your creations on Instagram and tag @hurley_girls with the #oneandonly hashtag.
Lakey Peterson is 18-years-old, one of the world's top-ranked surfers, California for life and is really, really rad. We sat down with Lakey last week at Hurley HQ in Costa Mesa and talked about everything from her personal idols, to being an idol to girls everywhere. Oh, and we also recorded it and wrote it down for you, so click 'Full Story' and get to know Lakey Peterson.
When Carissa isn't winning world titles and bringing home trophies, she sneaks in a little time to write a blog. We love how Carissa really writes from the heart and gives you an inside look into her busy world. Check out her musings (and really cute pictures) here.
The story of Lakey Peterson's road to professional surfing is different than most girls on tour. While most girls we're basically doing air reverses at the age of 10 (cough cough, Carissa), Lakey was on the basketball court, not taking much to surfing until 12-years-old. Which is why her qualification for the ASP World Tour by the age of 17 (and finishing her rookie year with a better-than-decent 7th place) makes the title of her first film, Zero to 100, so fitting. Watch the trailer now, try not to ditch whatever you're doing to go surfing (or don't!) and keep chekcing LakeyPeterson.com for updates on the project.