For Fall ‘18, we introduce our own take on the penny loafer, the Idris Suede Loafer, complete with a lug sole bottom and buttery suede upper. Available in-store and online in Black, Cobalt, and Light Plum.
Earlier this summer, we hosted Surfrider’s NYC chapter meeting at our shop in SoHo where New York-native big wave surfer Will Skudin came by to talk. We briefly caught up with Skudin to hear more about his ongoing efforts to promote ocean conservancy.
Francis Ford Coppola Revolutionized an era of American cinema with his opulent style of filmmaking. Today, Coppola has become larger-than-life, settling in this latest role: the face of a cinematic dynasty.
After getting his start on the Quiksilver factory floor as a Newport teen, the Hawaiian transplant and Echo Beach trendsetter has gone on to shape some of the most influential surf brands in the world.
We’ve teamed up with our old friend Kohei Chiba of 303 Surf to create a limited collection of surfboards and t-shirts exclusive to our stores in Japan. On a recent trip to Shikoku, he took us in to show us his process.
Started in 2010 by Johan Kugelberg, Boo-Hooray celebrates and preserves ephemera from the counter-cultural movements of the 20th and 21st centuries. With its “Summer Rental” pop-up currently taking place in Montauk, we sat down with Kugelberg and his wife Dr. Lila Wolfe to discuss Boo-Hooray’s origins and future plans.
For nearly two years, photographer Michael Townsend has called his van his home. Roaming up and down the west coast, he’s been able to capture local surfing communities unlike anyone else. As he begins a new chapter in Joshua Tree, Mike pauses to reflect on his journey thus far.