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Zak Noyle | RVCA Waikiki

Join us this Sunday December 5th for an autograph signing and hangout with RVCA Advocate Zak Noyle! 12-2pm. See you there!

RVCA Waikiki Store
2452 Kalakaua Ave
Honolulu, HI


Bruce Irons | Inspired By...

Bruce Irons, Inspired By... Andy.

It's no secret that Bruce is back with a fresh perspective and a drive to surf his best. Hear from Bruce on what motivates him in the latest installment of our Inspired By series.

Video by Blaine Suque.


RVCA Platform | Brad Phillips

In recognition of artists, known & unknown, we present RVCA PLATFORM—This program invites a hand-selected artist each month to create a limited edition design that we release every 30 days on our premium RVCA Red Stitch tees. RVCA Platform Tees are printed in limited quantities and only available on RVCA.com.



RVCA Denim Fit Guide

RVCA Denim is a manifestation of RVCA’s ethos, the balance of opposites -- designed for now, but meant to stay through the ages. Our goal is to provide you with dependable jeans that you expect to age with; a piece of clothing that eventually becomes a walking journal of your triumphs and travels, a living record of your proud spills and scars.


A Volcanic Scape | Octavio Barrera

A short film by Dani Millan featuring RVCA Europe Advocate Octavio Barrera about how skateboarding & traveling come as the perfect mix for creation. Dive into a 5-day exploration from Barcelona to the island of Lanzarote, Canary Islands, in search of inspiration and time off from the city rush and daily routine.



The Thrill is Back | Kelly Slater

In this installment of our The Thrill is Back series, Herbie Fletcher narrates us through early footage of Kelly Slater on the North Shore as well as some super 8 footage of Kelly at the trestles event in 1990.


Aaron Rose | Sister Corita

RVCA Advocate and ANP Quarterly contributor Aaron Rose is proud to be working with and presenting vintage serigraphs from 1959-1979 by Sister Corita. Through his Berlin-based project space 'The Conversation', Rose is excited to share access to these works with the public at the NADA Art Fair in Miami. About Sister Corita:

Corita Kent, also known as Sister Mary Corita, was an artist with an innovative approach to design and education. By the 1960s, her vibrant serigraphs were drawing international acclaim. Corita’s work reflected her concerns about poverty, racism, and war, and her messages of peace and social justice continue to resonate with audiences today.

Produced in association with the Corita Art Center in Los Angeles.


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