Team Average premieres in June 7th, in issue no. 39 of Monster Children. It features characters like Greyson Fletcher, Jack Fardell and more. Get psyched with the second teaser, which is such a tease...
Whilst in Rio we put our time to good use: we held an impromptu Rip My Shred Stick with the kids from the favelas, surfed heats, signed some autographs and had a few free surfs. Somewhere during this time, Brett Simpson got ahold of a video camera, and cinematic greatness ensued with the birth of "Simpo Cam": wrought with classic Simpo one liners and heckling. Yep, this edition of #TOURNOTES is pure good vibes (with cameos from Occy, Mick, Kelly and Jordy) so get into it.
He's a poster child for the aerial generation, but did you know Kolohe Andino can trade in his above the lip antics for some roomy barrels like nobody's business? Press play on Kolohe Andino's One & Only, a downright tube-fest, filmed entirely at P-Pass in Micronesia — which was on fire, might we add. For more from Kolohe, including his favorite Hurley product, visit Hurley.com/koloheandino.
Issue no. 39 of Monster Children comes out June 7th - and with it comes a special treat. A treat for the eyes and the ears. A treat especially for the skate kid: it's the 2013 Team Average trip, filmed in New Zealand. Greyson Fletcher was part of it, and here he is, teasing said issue and movie release, voiced over with some thoughtful words from Dylan Reider. Watch it now, get psyched. Then wait just a little while for the real deal.
In between traveling, skating bowls and surfing, Keegan loves spending time on his vert ramp where he can just zone out and perfect new tricks like his cab 720 — ya know, just your average 10-year-old stuff... We kid, there's nothing average about anything in this video. Press play.
And now for the third and final song from Polar Bear Club; a sweet little live recording of Screams In Caves from their album Clash Battle Guilt Pride, out now on Bridge Nine records. The boys are currently wrapping up their US tour with Bad Religion (previous Hurley studios visitors).
This time, the Monthly Throw Up is brought to you by our friends Chris Lim and Steve Pillai, two thirds of the talent behind CHEAPZINE (the other third, Spenser, was busy partying like a champ in far off lands) to come in and paint our wall. They’ve been painting Hurley murals with us for a while now, and we couldn’t wait to see them do their own thing with unbridled abandon. Check out the clip above to see what happened when paint met canvas then click through for a raucous interview with Chris and Steve. Visit cheapzine.tumblr.com or visit the dudes at an indie print or zine fest near you!
The 6th Annual Pacific Wave “Spring Fling” presented by Hurley (hey, that's us!) went down this past Saturday at Steamer Lane in Santa Cruz, CA. The morning started off a little gloomy with a low tide, but mid morning gave way to sunshine and clean conditions with waves in the 2-4 ft range. Good times in one of our favorite surf towns! Click through for photos and results.
Alejo Muniz and Filipe Toledo doing their thing (surfing really well) all over Australia. Press play, get happy, go surf. Life is simple sometimes.
It's been a long six months since Hurricane Sandy has made landfall — and the relief efforts are still going, and going strong thanks to Jon Rose and Waves for Water. Press play to relive one man's account of the storm and to see how Jon, along with locals, are rebuilding homes and lives on the east coast. One small way to help is with a purchase of one of our Hurley H2O Hurricane Sandy tees. All proceeds from these shirts go towards Jon and his relief initiative.