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    RUMBLE FISH

    There is snow on the hills of Portugal. The drive to Portugal is long and usually uneventful. But the destination is always worth it. Returning to places you’ve been before can be a hard act to follow. However with the teamsheet assembled we had little doubt we’d be on for a good one. We would rent a house that anywhere outside of Portugal would be out of our budgets and we would live there for the best part of a month as a happy, yet highly dysfunctional family. We would go between wedges in the Algarve, the scary side of surfing in Nazare, 6am finishes in Lisbon and the glorious points of Ericeria. We would call it Rumblefish. Filmed and edited by : Guillem Cruells Starring Alex Bothelo, Gony Zubizaretta, William Aliotti, Joao Moreira, Charly Quivront, Maud Lecar, Bapiste Gaud and Harry Timson. Credits : Vincent Coupeau FULL REPORT OF THE PREMIERE : HERE
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    Noa Deane's "Head Noise" is a Cinematic Surf Movie from Filmmaker Mikey Mallalieu

    Demystifying the noise within his own head and destroying the noise of the stereotype which surrounds him. Yes, Noa Deane is a freakish aerialist, but he also charges tubes of consequence. Yes, he is one of the most innovative surfers in the world today, but he is also steeped in a deep respect for his heritage. Yes, he has been characterized as a punk kid, but he is thoughtful and down to earth. Yes, his life might look like an easy dream ride, but he has demons to slay! This movie is a direct reflection of Noa Deane. It's a candid look at one of surfing's most exciting characters through high-action, heavy-charging, avant-garde surfing for the new age, documented unmistakably through the lens of filmmaker Mikey Mallalieu. Head Noise Soundtrack: Dinosaur Jr. - "Raisans" Al Lover - "Partial Paradigm" The LINE - "System Deceptive" The LINE - "Happy Hangover" Wash - "Pipe Bomb" Blistar - "123_1"   Download The LINE's songs from Head Noise, along with their entire album:   NOA DEANE COLLECTION Check out the all-new head-to-toe Noa Deane collection, Noise Noise Noise, available now!
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    VOLCOM RAPID JAM MUNICH

    What an insane weekend we all just experienced at the Volcom Rapid Jam going down on the infamous Eisbach wave in Munich! Starting at the local surf shop Santo Loco (Eisenmannstraße 4, 80331 München) we invited the munich locals for a get together with the Volcom Surf Team including Leon Glatzer, Gony Zubizarreta, Willi Aliotti and Charly Quivront. The beers were flowing and the boys even printed some limited Volcom X Santo Loco shirts for the mob. As the motivation increased and the sun set down, we took the crowd for a walk towards the Eisbach to heat everything up for the Rapid Jam. From flames & inflatable turtles on the wave, 1000 bucks for tricks, to loads of shotgun beers and the best guys to ever surf the static wave made the perfect combo for the rad atmosphere we enjoyed. It was a huge pleasure to see such a strong scene, getting rad and pushing the energy to the next level. Special thanks to Quirin Rohleder who made all of this happen and of course to all the other sponsors and helpers such as Globe, Totally Rad!, Goldene Bar, Wolfrik „den Flammenwerfer“ Kirkflow Fischer, Toby Haseloff und natürlich die FUS Crew. Don‘t worry, it‘s only Rapid Surfing! #TrueToThis Photos by: Benson Photography, Luke Wolfgarten, Timo Kavermann, Grande Jenzonelli Video Edit: David Herbst Volcom surf gang Beers and good times at the santo loco shop William aliotti presenting his handprinted shirt to the boys Eli Christ Leon&Gony - photo Luke_Wolfgarten Germanys most crowded river The Anti Bad Vibe Shield was mandatory Leon,Gony, Lani
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    The Volcom Road Rager Tour, French West Coast

    It has been long awaited the chance to come back and visit Bretagne and enjoy the beautiful landscapes, the delicious crepes and the tasty cider. Unfortunately, we cannot say that we found good waves … it was mostly small and on-shore and as everyone told us “You should have been here yesterday, it was pumping !” Bad timing ? Maybe … but the guys prefer to surf on-shore waves anyway ! Willy Charly Baptiste We took a big camping car, asked William Aliotti, Charly Quivront and Baptiste Gaud to jump in, and drove all the way from Hossegor to Brest, our first stop of the tour with Side Shore Surfshop. We could enjoy some great surf movies at the Brest Surf Film Festival before heading south to visit Absolute Surfshop and surf in Crozon with the local kids that were ripping on their home spot ! No time to rest, the next day we had to be in Guidel to visit Action Line Surfshop, surf & skate on schedule ! The micro ramp is right in front of the shop and the kids were super keen so we decided to throw a Best trick Session ! Baptiste had a few tricks but the local groms took it home. We were very impress by their levels of skateboarding, hat down Guidel ! Next stop was Keepcool in Carnac where we had the best session of the trip at La Cote Sauvage, Quiberon. A super funny left where Charly and Baptiste had a blast on a sunny day. BTW, it was pissing rain in the South West of France ! Everyone was very excited about the next one in the Volcom Store Nantes, a student city where we heard the night life can be pretty epic. The surf team did some DIY Road Rager tshirts for the customers and we played a big darts tournament before visiting the museums and libraries of the city ... yeah maybe we only visited pubs and clubs … On a big hangover, we drove to Ile de Ré and had a beautiful evening at Reves D’Iles Surfshop where we skated in front of the shop and gave a skate lesson to the local groms. The day after we drove to Charly’s home town, Royan, to visit his dad’s shop Maracuja. A big crowd was waiting for Charly, the first surfer of the town who succeed in becoming a pro surfer. You can see that the kids are inspired by his achievements, that was nice and we had a blast, thanks Yannick ! To finish with fireworks we had plan a big one in Biscarosse at La Vigie, on the same days that the Junior Qualifying Series were running. Art expo by Roch Tortuga, live music by Cheaap, surf test by Firewire Surfboards, all these on tape for free. A big day to celebrate a great shop while the JQS was called OFF for a lay day. This tour was great, we shared some good times with our best surfshops, discovered a beautiful coast line and experimented the camper life. We will be back next year, one day in advance, so we should get more waves All the photos have been shot by Kevin Berthelot
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    Save Saint Martin #sxmstrong

    6 months have passed since hurricane Irma destroyed the North islands in the Caribbean, the damages on my native island of Saint Martin is so heavy that it's only slowly step by step that we keep moving forward. But it is with extraordinary courage and hard work that the locals lead the fight to get back our little paradise with the hope and faith to rebuild everything to make it even a better place. Being far away and feeling helpless to not be able to help my island knowing what they are going through I decided to create an association to raise money to help rebuild the surf clubs of Saint Martin where I begin surfing, because it seems to me essential for the balance of young generations and the waves’ passionate to continue surfing and smiling. A huge thank you to Monster Energy for supporting this cause and helping the recovery of the surf clubs of Saint Martin with new surfboards and  we decide to do this little video when I came back home for the first time after the hurricane in honor of the inspiring fearless Saint Martin’s citizen who stayed and stand up strong through all the hard time. And shown despite the damage the unconditional beauty of the island. You can help rebuilding Saint Martin’s surf club by donating on that link : https://www.helloasso.com/associations/save-saint-martin-surf-clubs/formulaires/1/widget Also article of the association on my blog : http://www.maudlecar.fr/faites-don-save-saint-martin-surf-clubs/ #sxmstrong
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    THIS IS SOUP BOWL

      Originally William Aliotti comes from Caribbean Islands, even if he spends most of his time in Hossegor now. Couple weeks ago, straight after his winning at the Nazare Challenge, Willy took the decision to fly to Barbados for one of the best swell ever there. Soup Bowl is a beast, hard to tame, especially backside but William loves barrel, any stance!!! Enjoy 2minutes and half of perfect surfing in boardshort! Stay tuned for more from William in Caribbean Islands. Clip, pics and music by Manuel Claudeville Morell

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"Relentless" Surf Movie Starring Dusty Payne Follows the Highs + Lows of His Professional Surfing Career
On January 8, 2018, Dusty Payne suffered a near-fatal wipeout at Backdoor on the North Shore of Oahu. After hitting the reef, Dusty was knocked unconscious and didn’t surface for five waves. After being hospitalized with a broken jaw and multiple skull fractures, Dusty underwent surgery and spent months recovering. This captivating film documents Dusty’s surfing accident and his road to recovery, and spotlights his career of highs and lows and his relentless love for the sport of surfing. "I just hope that I’m able to inspire other people to not give up on their goals because of a setback, no matter how dark times may seem." ABOUT RELENTLESS: Dusty Payne is one of the most dynamic surfers of his generation, but his path in the world of professional surfing has been far from easy. His career has been a roller coaster of competitive successes and failures, era-defining video parts, heartbreaking injuries and inspiring comebacks. Set against the backdrop of his near-fatal wipeout at Backdoor in January 2018, including high-action surfing footage from places like Portugal, Oahu, and Maui (including Honolua Bay), Relentless tells the story of a surfer who has been through it all and keeps coming back stronger than ever.
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Volcom Hawaii Pipe House History - Banzai Pipeline, North Shore, Oahu
The Volcom Pipe House is a legendary house located directly in front of Banzai Pipeline. With countless years of iconic surfing history to its name, we dive into its history Since 1995, the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii has been an important part of the Volcom story. In the first part of our Volcom Hawaii houses history we looked back at all the places we were lucky to have stayed: from Rocky Point to Banzai Pipeline, and a handful of spots in between, there has been a wealth of stories to share. Dave Riddle, Keanu Taylor, Diesel Storm on the third story balcony of the Volcom Pipe House In this second part of our Hawaii houses history, Volcom Hawaii veteran and coach Dave Riddle recounts the history of the famed Volcom Pipe House, a.k.a., the Gerry Lopez Pipe House. "Mr. Pipeline" (Gerry Lopez) built this house in the late '70s and is a legendary Pipeline surfer and surfboard shaper. Locals and surfers simply call it "The Pipe House." Volcom Pipe House, a.k.a., Gerry Lopez Pipe House In 2000, Volcom moved the team house from Ted’s Bakery to a single-story house in front of Banzai Pipeline, one of the deadliest, yet perfect waves in the world, where it continued to provide room and board for team riders and guests for the following seven years. In 2007, the team expanded to the house next door, the Volcom Pipe House (Gerry House), where it continues to be one of the most iconic gathering places in surfing history. When Volcom first moved into this house, guys like Bruce Irons claimed one of the top floor rooms, and deservingly so after winning the Pipe Masters and proving his expertise out at Pipeline. Along with Bruce came Dave Wassel and Tai Vandyke who kept a watchful eye over both houses considering their proximity to one another. Soon, the Volcom Pipe House turned into the hot spot for everyone on the team to stay and visit. Early frequenters included Kaimana Henry, Gavin Beschen, Tom Dosland, Dusty Payne, among others. Front-row view of Banzai Pipeline from the Pipe House living room In 2000, Volcom moved the team house from Ted’s Bakery to a single-story house in front of Banzai Pipeline, one of the deadliest, yet perfect waves in the world, where it continued to provide room and board for team riders and guests for the following seven years. In 2007, the team expanded to the house next door, the Volcom Pipe House (Gerry House), where it continues to be one of the most iconic gathering places in surfing history. When Volcom first moved into this house, guys like Bruce Irons claimed one of the top floor rooms, and deservingly so after winning the Pipe Masters and proving his expertise out at Pipeline. Along with Bruce came Dave Wassel and Tai Vandyke who kept a watchful eye over both houses considering their proximity to one another. Soon, the Volcom Pipe House turned into the hot spot for everyone on the team to stay and visit. Early frequenters included Kaimana Henry, Gavin Beschen, Tom Dosland, Dusty Payne, among others. During big surf contests like the Pipe Masters and Volcom Pipe Pro, which happen right in front of the house, you'll see guys like Kelly Slater and John John Florence hanging in the front yard, chatting with friends and watching the contest. It's a heavy-hitter sighting place and hotspot for any media. There are also insane views of Pipeline and the North Shore coastline from some old World War II bunkers located in the hills behind the two Volcom Pipe House that are definitely worth checking out if you're in the area. Volcom Pipe House - North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii To be invited to stay here as a Volcom team rider, you have to charge Pipeline and prove that you can handle this beast of a wave. Up-and-comers from the Volcom team learn from the locals and Volcom coaches such as Dave Riddle and Jason Shibata, who have spent years surfing and watching this wave in every condition imaginable. To be welcomed into this house is a blessing and a true part of surfing history, and we're honored to carry on the legacy of such an amazing house. In addition to being the only three-story house originally allowed on this stretch of beach, it's also the very first surf brand house on Oahu's North Shore to be solar-friendly and powered by solar electricty (as is our smaller house next door) which began as a continued effort to further our sustainability commitments by installing solar panels on the roofs of both Volcom houses. Thanks, Rising Sun Solar! Solar panels overlooking Ehukai Beach Park Michael O'Shaughnessy surfing down from the Volcom Pipe House
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Volcom Hawaii Houses History on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii
Since 1995, Volcom has held a strong presence on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii with multiple Volcom Hawaii houses and even more legendary stories It was the winter of '95/'96 when Volcom landed their first spot at Rocky Point on the North Shore of Oahu, welcoming team riders Dave Wassel, Gavin Beschen, Kaleo Roberson, Tai Vandyke, Shawn "Barney" Barron, among others, into the mix as the brand first started to get its roots on the North Shore. As the Volcom Hawaii family began to grow and the early-day Volcom house parties were at its height, the team bounced around to different houses on the North Shore between 1995 and 2000. From Rocky Point to Velzyland (V-land) to Backyards to Ted's Bakery, and finally to where the Volcom Pipe Houses are now (which includes the Gerry House) at Banzai Pipeline, it has been nothing short of one hell of a ride, and we are thankful for everything Hawaii has provided us. While 2018 is well past our 20 year mark holding strong on the North Shore, we look to another 20 years full of good waves, good friends and good times! First Volcom house at Banzai Pipeline To survive in the country is to be yourself. Don’t put on no act for nobody, but yourself. Just rely on yourself, and rely on your friends in some sort of way as the boys being there for each other. And that’s what it’s all about. -Scotty Fountain In the fall of 2009, we produced an eight-part video series titled The Volcom House Show highlighting the two Volcom houses where we invited different hosts and guests into the mix to show us what life is like inside the houses. One of those episodes included Valient Himself and the rest of the Valient Thorr crew surfing and playing music on the porch of the first Volcom Pipe house: "Life is good. Just another hangover day in beautiful Hawaii." -Eddie Boy (L to R): First Volcom Pipe House front yard hosting veteran Hawaii surf photographer Brian Bielmann, legendary surfer Herbie Fletcher, and Volcom Hawaii veterans Gavin Beschen and Tai Vandyke Volcom Hawaii Houses locations on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii
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"Home, Sweet Home" with Joan Duru
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Xo Coco Ho Documentary - A Look at the Famous Surfer's Career
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