Bless Captain Fin Co, these dudes have the right take on pretty much everything… skating how I like to skate, just better.
Mt. Fuji and the surrounding forrest act as the backdrop for this collection from The North Face – gear for a hike and camp through one of Japan’s most treasured natural sites. The kit is available online, but only in Japan… but enjoy the promo nonetheless.
A triumph of filmmaking by Deus, head over to their site and donate an email address now to watch the full-length I Had Too Much To Dream Last Night, teased and previewed all year by the multi-continent brand. A stunning tour through Bali via longboard, skate, moto and deep stand-up barrels, props to Deus for this vision and production and to Harrison Roach and Bryce Young for the timeless shred.
In promotion of the new Poseidon sock from Stance, here’s the man/myth/legend Jason Jessee doing what he does, killing everything with style.
Forthcoming from Marcus Paladino and his Tuff City cohorts, here’s the trailer for Kooks 3, the final instalment in his trilogy of surf films for the rest of us. And while there’s been a healthy dose of regular-folk surfing in the previous editions, there’s also some top-quality ripping by Pete Devries, Noah Cohen and the Raddysh bros. Stoked for the full film, coming soon.
Kosuke Yamagishi’s Softmachine is back with this their fall/winter 2014 collection, more of the Japan/Cali tattoo culture indebted apparel we’ve come to appreciate season after season. And while inked up lookbooks are par for the course these days on the blauges, you can tell Softmachine ain’t faking (like basically everyone else) – that, and the pieces are dope. Click through for much more.
‘Huntington Beach, California, another day in paradise, another night to let the demons speak.
The horizon is just one black mass, and the breeze that hits us in the face is like a draught coming through the gates of hell that the devil himself has just opened. Leaning against the front of the local liquor store, Troy Elmore is but a shadow. The neon lights toy with his silhouette. At only 23, he is one of the anti-heroes, born and bred in the USA as most of them are, bringing a heavy dose of spunk and demons to a surf industry, which continues to make money by selling dreams.
French photographer & Desillusion Magazine editor in chief, Sebastien Zanella spent an all night session walking around the city to hear the confessions of one of the most stylish longboarders of our time.’
‘Behind The Tide is a surf documentary showing a different perspective of the surf culture with independent people getting involved in shaping, glassing, photography and surf art. It explores the nostalgia and the surfers connections using surf crafts from the past in our modern days.’