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.
Watch as Bad Religion plays the title track off their new album "True North," live in the Hurley Studios. After they blew our minds playing live, we sat them down for a chat, so go ahead and satisfy your grown ass man fan and hear what they have to say about their upcoming tour, their favorite songs off the new album and their outlook on music and being in a band in this interview. Check out Bad Religion tour dates here.
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.
Hurley H2O and the Rob Machado Foundation are partnering with select high schools to combat global water scarcity while promoting campus sustainability. H2O and RMF will install innovative water bottle refill stations in high school common areas. The school’s H2O club will inspire students to eliminate single-use water bottles in favor of canteens. They will also raise money for water filters, which will ensure access to clean drinking water in another nation. H2O and RMF will support students in documenting the experience to share with the local community and social media.
One in six people don’t have access to clean water. Five in six can help. To become part of the solution email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You'll want to get to know Nic von Rupp, Portugal's finest and one of Hurley's newest. And we've got some options on how you can go about doing that: you can press play on his One & Only (up top!) and get a full dose of Nic shredding, or you can click 'Full Story' for a quick interview with the man himself. Our advice? Do both. Get your One & Only here and see more from Nic, including his favorite Hurley stuff at Hurley.com/nicvonrupp. Featured music: "No Sentiment" by Cloud Nothings, off of Attack on Memory.
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."
Brett's about to pack up and head to Australia for the start of the 2013 ASP World Tour, which kicks off on March 2nd at Snapper. But first thing's first — a chat with Peter King and a quick surf out front at Southside HB pier to make sure his equipment is working right (spoiler alert: it is.) Brett's looking good going into 2013, so stay tuned for more goodness from the hometown hero.
If you live in or around Coronoa Del Mar then you you've probably noticed the ever-changing colors of the wall at Hobie on PCH. What can we say? We can't put down the paint brushes for long. Which is why last week, the art team supreme packed up the supplies and put another masterpiece up. Click play to see how something like this come to life.
Jake and Jeff of Say Anything have started a little passion project with their new band, XO. They wanted to create a completely different sound, and came to record their new 7” (recorded by Parker Case) at the Hurley studios. We think XO sounds a little bit like My Bloody Valentine, with hints of Sigur Ros and Surfer Blood. Enjoy! Video: YB.
At first the US and North Korea seem like two places that couldn't be more different than one another — and on most levels they are. But after watching this video, you'll see that they are the same on the most important level: the human one. Because clean water is something that we all need, and being able to help another person, or receive help from another person, is an experience we can all appreciate. Jon Rose has taken the Waves for Water to some incredible places, but trust us, this one might have the most impact. Visit wavesforwater.org for more information on Jon's projects.