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RVCA Trunks | A Trip to the Savage Land

A Trip to the Savage Land

Van tires roll off the pavement a few miles from the coast of mainland Mexico. Modern civilization has long been abandoned, as the search for a rumored beach break begins. The crew drives in on a black sandy trail, passing rundown houses, overgrown palms, and stone-faced Federales, making way through the landscape. They are eager and loose as the whisper of the waves grows closer, summoning a restless edge that calls for a more primal self. Each day starts before sunrise. They drink instant coffee and put together daypacks for the two-mile trek towards the beach. Once the jet-skis are in the water, the sessions begin. Hollow, shore-breaking barrels continue as long as the sun is up, creating a platform for stylish and powerful surfing. Evenings are spent eating locally caught fish and drinking beer from beat-up glass bottles. The need for a trip like this will never go away. Advocates find a fix in these desolate landscapes, feeding off of the raw energy and uncertain safety net that new territory brings. Perspective is gained in a simpler place, as the ongoing search for the Savageland carries on. Visit trunks.rvca.com to view our latest Trunks collection. Video by Blaine Suque, song: Built in Sun by G Night

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Luke Pelletier | American Fizzle

Join us Feb. 10 at New Image Art gallery for the opening reception of ANP Artist, Luke Pelletier’s solo show, American Fizzle, and his curated group exhibition, Not a Whole Lot Going On. The group show will feature 20 different artists, many of which will be painting murals for the installation.


RVCAloha 2017 | Roots of Culture

On Dec 5th, 2017 the Fukumitsu family opened their home to the RVCA tribe for a day of Hawaiian culture and festivities.

Special thanks to: the Fukumitsu Family, Tony & Tammy Moniz, PM Tenore, Lyndie Irons & Rico Jiminez

Video by Change for Balance with additional footage by Brandon, Blaine, and Elliana Moore

Music by: Kaimi Hemorosura, Moses Kahumoku


Andrew Reynolds | Made in the USA

RVCA is proud to present our first collection with skateboarding legend Andrew Reynolds. The collection consists of two tees, a hoody, hat and a pair denim, all made in USA.

Andrew Reynolds: Originally from Lakeland, Florida, Andrew Reynolds is one of the most influential street skaters of all time with ground breaking video parts for Birdhouse, Baker, Emerica, Transworld, etc... In 1998, he was named Thrasher Magazine Skater of the Year. Andrew's interests include spirituality, parenting, and working as the co-founder and owner of Baker Skateboards. He's inspired by life, not thinking, being grateful, the youth, and the old timers.


RVCAloha 2017 | Surf

The RVCA surf team having a blast & making the best of the conditions during this years RVCAloha. Featuring Ford Archbold, Shane Borland, Colin Moran, Tyler Netwon, Danny Fuller, Nathan Strom, Davey Cathels, Matt Pagan, Makua Rothman, Noah Beschen & Bruce Irons. Video by Blaine Suque, Song: Another Way by Sufis.





Essential breathing for surfers by Hector Cerdeña

RVCA Essential Breathing For Surfers - Inspired by Hector Cerdeña. A seasoned trainer, mixed martial arts expert and keen surfer from Fuerteventura in the Canary Islands, Hector Cerdeña has developed an apnea training course destined to any surfer out there. With the mission to expand and improve athletes performance in extreme ocean conditions, Hector’s first two seminars gathered tens of surfers including RVCA Surf advocate & top European charger Manuel Lezcano. Deep dive into their most recent training session… And stay tuned for more.

Produced, Filmed & Edited by : Salomon Moore Additional Photography by Hector Cerdeña. Music : Yummy Sirup-Urbanic Hip Hop Inspired by Hector Cerdeña (Mahoh Club Fuerteventura) In collaboration with Omar Mourad (Apnea Canarias)


RVCAloha 2017 | ANP

RVCA ANP Artists creating art in Hawaii during this years RVCAloha. Featuring DMOTE, Ben Horton, Bert Krak, Alex Matus & Benjamin Jean Jean. Video by Brandon Jensen, Song "Take Care of Yourself" by The Sufis.


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