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May 11, 2018 was the opening reception for Porous Walker's exhibition located at VASF, the RVCA Flagship Gallery in San Francisco, CA. The show was curated by Yong-Ki Chang of Equal Dist, providing a range of mediums, including Porous's perverted prints, infamous illustrations, interactive installations and a new RVCA sandal line that we may or may not release. The show had a tremendous turnout with hundreds of smirking faces throughout the night. The gallery was brimming with laughter from fans and friends consuming the brilliant absurdity of Porous Walker's work. This collection of works is on display at VASF until the end of June 2018. Stop by and check it out...unless you're easily offended.

Neutral Collection | Summer '18

In a time when lines are more blurred than ever, we are inspired to explore the idea of the undefined. Clothing is used as a form of self-expression, with this collection we intend to bridge the gap and provide a neutral platform for people to do just that. We have taken a minimalistic approach, with comfort and wearability at the forefront. Using soft hand fabrics, heavy laundering and indigo dyes to create worn in timeless pieces. With subtle hints of work wear and utilitarian styling, each piece is designed for versatility, to look good and wear well on anyone and allow the wearer to style their own way. View the full lookbook shot by RVCA advocate Andrea Dosouto below and shop the full Neutral Collection.

Christian Holt | TWS Video Checkout

RVCA Skate Flow bro Christian Holt comes correct with a heavy "Video Check Out" for Transworld Magazine. Advocate Jeremy Leabres gives Christian the nod, "I’ve known Christian since second grade. He’s one of the funniest dudes I know. His mind works like no other. You’ve got to hang with him to see for yourself. And the dude can big flip anything! So rad to see how good he’s become. Dudes the best!"

Win a $500 Shopping Spree

Win $500 worth of the latest Summer arrivals from RVCA. Fill out the form below for your chance to win, and share the sweepstakes with friends to earn an extra 3 entries for each referral!

Summer 18 Digital Catalog

We hope you enjoy this digital catalog showcasing our newest offering from the Summer 2018 Collection. Swipe through to see the latest looks from Mens, Womens, VA Sport and Boys.


The RVCA Corner Gallery was excited to welcome back REMIO to open, “I’m Not Discussing My Day” ­ his first solo body of works on display in Melbourne since his 2014 show “Subconscious Rumours”. To sum up his work, Art Primo SF describes REMIO as: "Known for his playful handstyles, throwups, and iconic “R” character, Remio is a founding member of the VTS graffiti crew and a regular contributor to the seminal THR and VLOK crews. Recently, Remio has transitioned from painting almost exclusively in the streets, to the staid gallery world, bringing his unique vision to the larger art community."

A big thank you to Melbourne Bitter for providing opening night drinks.

Photos: Michael Danischewski

Behind The Scenes at RVCA Gym | Fox Sports 1

The RVCA Sport facility is the brainchild of RVCA founder, PM Tenore. It opened in 2009 to support BJ Penn and coach Jason Parillo to defend the lightweight world title at UFC 101. Take a look inside and behind the scenes with Fox Sports I as former UFC middleweight champ Mike Bisping brings us inside and sits down with RVCA founder, PM Tenore and pugilist Jason Parillo on the history of the gym and the world titles that have been won under the guidance of Jason Parillo through this facility, including BJ Penn, Mike Bisping, Cris Cyborg, Tito Ortiz, and many other greats who have walked through these doors like Rafael Do Anjos, TJ Dillashaw, Nate Diaz, and Dominick Cruz.

Jay Davies | No Contest

Stab Magazine's latest episode of "No Contest" (no pun intended) captures reactions to the contest cancellation at Margaret River due to shark attacks and follows our guy Jay Davies ripping perfect conditions in his hometown of WA.

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