Welcome to the family | Bruce Irons

RVCA is proud to welcome Bruce Irons to the family. RVCA Founder PM Tenore on Bruce, “We are excited to welcome Bruce into the RVCA tribe. Its only once in a lifetime that a talent like Bruce comes along. RVCA’s free flowing platform will allow him to be himself. Let Bruce be Bruce and watch the magic happen.”

Bruce on RVCA: "I have been a fan of the RVCA brand since day one and I am especially excited to work with PM Tenore. RVCA is a brand and a family that I want to spend the rest of my career with.”

Along with the entire surfing community, RVCA is excited to see him get a wildcard for the 2015 Billabong Pipe Masters, which is held in honor of his brother, the late Andy Irons. Bruce is the 2001 Pipe Masters Champion.

All photos by RVCA Advocate Zak Noyle.

Danny Fuller | What Youth

What Youth covers RVCA Advocate Danny Fuller in this episode of Fairly Normal. Hear from Danny on his career surfing, his experience working with Chanel, and his creative pursuits along the way.

Babes Ride Out | RVCA Womens

A few weeks ago, RVCA was proud to support Babes Ride Out, a ladies only motorcycle campout in Joshua Tree National Park, CA. RVCA Advocate Andrea Dosouto was our 'babe on the ground' documenting this amazing gathering of individuals (females only, of course) in the California desert.

Words by Andrea Dosouto and Tiffany Hovey on the weekend at Babes Ride Out:

"The roaring of engines shook Joshua Tree a few weekends ago as over 1200 rode into town from all over the world for the third annual Babes Ride Out. The energy from all of these beautiful women coming together over one common interest was overwhelming. Every person was out to empower and enjoy the company in the solidarity of an all women’s camp for just a couple short-lived days. On Saturday morning, maps were given out with multiple paths to ride throughout the day. Women went out on adventures alone, in groups, or even took paths of their own through the gorgeous desert landscape of Joshua Tree National Forrest. As the sun set, a number of “B.R.O.” tattoos commemorated the weekend forever. Astronomy shows with professional-grade telescopes had eyes to the sky, leaving a humbling feeling of how important it is to recognize we just are a speck in the universe. Later in the evening, an unfathomable amount of free beer was given out and the final celebrations commenced beginning with a raffle that included many one of a kind pieces, including five hand-painted RVCA denim jackets. As the night went on, few took refuge to tell stories of their day over the fire pit, while others swarmed into the Mad Max themed venue to await the bands. LA Witch started out with some heavy riffs and left the crowd wanting more. Dorothy headlined soon after. Of all four members in the female lead rock band, the three men seemed to be really enjoying themselves in a sea of babes. Before the encore from Dorothy, shirts began to come off as the comfort of unity and empowerment from each other grew. Even after the music ended, the party went late into the night. Before the heat could push out the crisp cold of the desert morning, a majority of the campers had already set out for home. By early afternoon, the roaring was no where to be found and the dust had already settled. Until next year the camp is just stories shared, but the new friendships made are growing more and more each ride." See you next year babes!


Follow the RVCA team as they make the North Shore of Oahu their home for the winter season. Follow @RVCA and #RVCAloha for daily updates from the RVCA Team surfing, creating art, skateboarding, and training in Hawaii.

Photos by Zak Noyle.

A film by Etienne Aurelius & Makuakai Rothmans Inc. Technical Producer: Hawaii Camera.
Music: "Sister" by Andrew Belle.


RVCA Founder PM Tenore talks with Linkin Park about our collaboration jacket in honor of their 15th anniversary. Check out the collaboration jacket here.

Alex Knost | Central America

RVCA Advocate Alex Knost sliding into some clean tubes in Central America.

Film/Edit by Tin Ojeda.
Music: "Street Clear" by W-X.

Jay Davies | West Oz

Watch RVCA Advocate Jay Davies own the line up during a recent run of swell at home in Western Australia. Edit courtesy of Creatures of Leisure.

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