* Don’t forget to watch in HD *
And now, a message from our friends at Transworld Surf about their new surf movie, “Let’s Surf Seriously”:
Surfing used to mean something. Seems like all we see these days is fancy boys dancing on the water like damn ballerinas in fancy-ass boardshorts with $300 dollar haircuts. What happened to cutbacks? Where is all the vertical re-entry three-to-the-beach aggression? Kids these days should be studying and taking notes from their elders. Instead, they’re playing grab ass on whatever new fangled video game techno diarrhea shit shows they got playing on their flat screen pocket televisions. Don’t give us that drop wallet tail chuck full rotation bullshit if you don’t really mean it! If you’re gonna do a flip, do it with some conviction god damnit!
Cut the crap and surf like you mean it. Grab surfing by the balls and twist it like a crocodile dragging a baby goat to its death! If you’re gonna surf, do it for real—it’s time. Let’s surf seriously!
- Chris Coté
Let’s Surf Seriously World Premiere
Wednesday August 1st, 2012 at The Lido Theatre
Newport Beach, CA
Doors open at 7:30pm
Show starts at 8:30pm
Free Admission and giveaways!
HEY! International Surfing Day is this Wednesday.
What the #%$& is that, you ask?
Fair question. We’ll spill the beans.
In short, #ISD is a whole day for ocean lovers around the globe have an opportunity to come together in celebration of the glorious sport of surfing. You know, like, coordinated and whatnot. Think about it. A day to celebrate surfing. Sounds to us like the perfect excuse to ditch summer school, play hooky from work or wiggle your way out of whatever obligations you currently have. Do it.
To rejoice in this glorious occasion, our friends at Innersection (led by renowned filmaker Taylor Steele) are releasing a fun little number called HERE & NOW. It’s film based around a collective day in the life of the world’s best surfers. Yes. Really.
Ps. If you’re in Southern California and want to hang out with the Sanuk crew, join us for the world premier showings (7pm & 9pm) Wednesday, June 20th at La Paloma Theatre, Encinitas.
Questions? Message us. Let’s jive!
Sanuk teamrider Shon Bollock is known for pushing the limits. As a professional kayaker, the Nor Cal native spends his days in search of the perfect drop. He loves nothing more than turning himself into a human projectile and launching down falls of ridiculous proportions. One thing’s clear, Shon knows how to put on a show.
We just want to know how he fits his giant cajones into that tiny kayak…
As lovers of the great outdoors, we derive infinite enjoyment from interacting with Mother Nature. The planet may be our playground, but it’s up to us to take responsibility for the places and things that gift us such joys.
Tune in to the TransparentSea Voyage as it navigates the California Coastline on a mission to raise awareness in support of protecting our oceans and its incredible inhabitants.
You can read more about this journey in previous posts, but for now we bring you Part 2 of their adventures.
Featuring: Dave Rastovich, Chris Del Moro & Lauren Hill & Surfers for Cetaceans.
Learn more & follow the journey @ www.transparentseavoyage.com
Yesterday, we shared a link introducing you to the TransparentSea Voyage- the journey of Dave Rastovich & friends to protect our seas and the beloved creatures that call it home. To compliment their coastal campaign, the gifted bunch is recording & releasing a song a day to help raise awareness and make your ears smile.
Today, we bring you a song recorded on Day 1 of their current Californian crusade. Treat your ears right. Listen to this track by Band of Frequencies & Friends (Featuing Angus Stone and Rasta).
Learn about & follow the voyage @ http://www.transparentseavoyage.com
TransparentSea is an ongoing awareness campaign aimed at highlighting coastal environmental issues with particular attention given to cetaceans (whales and dolphins) and the waters they inhabit.
This October, the journey spearheaded by Sanuk’s own Dave Rastovich comes to California! Originally birthed in Australia, the campaign brings pressing coastal environmental issues to the forefront.
Rasta & friends will be following the southern migration of the California Grey Whale whale throughout the month of October, joining them near Santa Barbara in northern Cali on October 1st then heading down over four weeks to conclude near the USA-Mexico boarder on the 25th.
Along the way, the TransparentSea Voyage also focuses on engaging key coastal community groups and drawing awareness to the causes they support.
The photos above are from this week’s stops along the Gaviota Coast- where Rasta and friends amplified local environmental awareness, hosted an art show, showed Minds in the Water and jammed out with Band of Frequencies. You can expect similar events at every stop they make their way down the California Coast.
Next Stop: Dana Point! Join the crew this Sunday, October 16th for the TransparentSea Voyage OC Party @ the Ocean Institute Dana Point Harbor. Doors open at 5PM. $15 ticket proceeds donated to charity
More information @ www.transparentseavoyage.com