RVCA EU | Lanzerote Mission

RVCA European surf advocates hit the island of Lanzarote in March, in the Canarian archipelago, visiting the local crew led by charger Manuel Lezcano to compete at the infamous El Quemao break. Also known as the European Pipeline, El Quemao delivered some perfect conditions for its annual invitational event, Quemao Class ’17, allowing advocates Kevin Bourez, Eric Rebiere and Manuel Lezcano to score in and around the event while enjoying the laid-back island lifestyle for a week.

Renowned European charger Nic Von Rupp took the RVCA Wave of the Event award while RVCA Advocate Manuel Lezcano placed 3rd and logged some fun free-surf sessions all adding up to a fun weekend with the crew!

Video directed/edited: Adrian Rodd
Filming: Gines Diaz, Rayco Cano, Chris McClean, Adrian Rodd
Music: Glass Animals - Toes (Tom Kaos Edit)

NSLA | Pipeline Body Surfing Contest

RVCA was glad to support the North Shore Lifeguard Association's Pipeline Body Surfing Contest recently on the North Shore of Oahu. Check out the photos from a fun day of bodysurfing at the one and only Pipeline!

Irons Brother Classic

RVCA is glad to support the Irons Brothers Classic this weekend at Pine Trees, Kauai. Looking forward to a great weekend of sun, surf, and family time with the community on Kauai!

Luke Pelletier | Filling Empty Rooms

RVCA Artist Luke Pelletier is opening up his show 'Filling Empty Rooms' this Thursday, April 6th at Antonio Colombo Gallery in Milan, Italy.

"Luke Pelletier exhibits a body of works with a vibrant pop energy, heavily influenced by punk and skate cultures, in a celebration that, at the same time, is also a denunciation of the American consumer society." -- Antonio Columbo Gallery.

Ford Archbold is Back

Ford Archbold surfing the way he surfs because thats the way he wants to surf on his Madhouse Kustomz shape by our good buddy Christian Fletcher. Oh, and Happy Birthday Ford! Video by Metal Neck.

RVCA Platform | Ukyo Kamigori

This month's curated RVCA Platform T-Shirt, "Past, Present, Future" comes from Ukyo Kamigori. Born in Tokyo in 1969, Ukyo comes from traditional calligraphy ancestry. His grandfather started a school called Onchi Calligraphy research study group in Tokyo. Ukyo was taught by his father while growing up with a strong influence in Tokyo culture inculding music, surf, skate and fashion.

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