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French Perfection by Charly and William
On September 25th, waves were absolutely pumping in Hossegor, just front of the Volcom House! Waves were solid, the lineup was pretty hard to read, but our 2 young surfers William Aliotti and Charly Quivront found tow of the best waves of the day so far. Charly had got the most perfect one in the morning. William found the gnarliest and biggest one in the beginning of afternoon just before the wind turned on shore. SURFLINE Good one guys! Keep charging!
Conor Maguire Messed Up
Conor Maguire is an Irish freak and one of the best new upcoming big wave surfer in Europe. Here is the proof with this little documentary clip about the gnarly wave of Mulghamore and how local warriors train to go big! Great job « little » Conor!
Psychic Migrations
Psychic Migrations – Premiere, Sydney, Australia – PHOTO RECAP
Psychic Migrations movie premiere photo recap from Darling Harbour, Sydney, Australia on October 1, 2015. ALL PHOTOS COURTESY OF LIFE WITHOUT ANDY
Psychic Migrations – California Premieres – RECAP
  WORLD PREMIERE - NEWPORT BEACH, CA The Psychic Migrations California tour exploded on the scene with the much-anticipated World Premiere at Big Newport Theater in Newport Beach on September 17, 2015. Professional surfers from around the globe, celebrities, media, and community folks of all ages gathered at sundown to see what this movie had to offer. Photo: @chasenewsom The cast and crew of Psychic Migrations got together at the Island Hotel for a World Premiere kickoff celebration just before heading over to the theater. KC Carey, Director Ryan Thomas, Tom Carey, filmer Nate Leal, and Yago Dora. Photo: @lukeforgay Ladies and gentlemen, Mr. Troy Eckert. Photo: @lukeforgay Carlos Munoz with a heavy crew behind him! Photo: @lukeforgay The pink carpet (yes, pink, not red) laid the ground outside the theater as announcer-extraordinaire Chris Cote kicked off the Periscope live show at 6:45pm with none-other-than Mr. Richard Woolcott giving us some background into past Volcom movies and what we were to expect of Psychic Migrations. Volcom founder, Richard Woolcott, and Chris Cote. Photo: @chasenewsom Volcom CEO, Jason Steris, and the groms! Photo: @shredcorn Nate Tyler, Mitch Coleborn, Chris Cote, Hair of Carlos Munoz, Parker Coffin. Photo: @chasenewsom Psychic Migrations cast and crew. Bemmy, being Bemmy. Groms first in line to see Psychic Migrations on the big screen!! Mike Gleason and Balaram Stack, two of the stars of Psychic Migrations. Photo: @chasenewsom Up to no good with these three... Photo: @shredcorn Kelly Slater trying to get a free ride into the theater from Alex Gray. Photo: @chasenewsom Psychic Migrations cast. Photo: @shredcorn Volcom Women's Surfer Coco Ho and Volcom Snowboarding's Elena Hight. Photo: @shredcorn Carlos Munoz and his brother. Photo: @shredcorn Kelly Slater, "not sure what to do here." Photo: @chasenewsom Carlos Munoz and his crew! PURA VIDA! Photo: @lukeforgay Ryan Burch giving us some insight into his Psychic Migrations trips. Photo: @lukeforgay Volcom's Remy Stratton, Ryan Boyes, and Dutch. Heavy hitters! Alex Gray, Chris Cote, Kelly Slater selfie. Yes, a selfie, it's still a thing. Photo: @chasenewsom Part 2 featuring Surf Team Manager Bemmy. Photo: @lukeforgay When it was edging time for the movie to start, everyone crammed in the three theaters, which were all at max capacity, to catch the start of the movie. Director Ryan Thomas introduced the film in the main theater. Photo: @shredcorn Psychic Migrations shredder Mitch Coleborn and What Youth's video mastermind Blake Myers. Photo: @lukeforgay Ryan Immegart, birthday boy Ryan Thomas, Wooly. Such a great moment with great humans. Photo: @shredcorn Inside the main theater. Standing room only. Photo: @shredcorn Volcom's North America Men's Marketing Director, Daniel Terry, Big Tony, Brad Dougherty, and Surf team ripper Nate Tyler. Great crew right there! Photo: @lukeforgay After the premiere ended, everyone walked next door to Muldoon's to enjoy some good company, good music, and great stories from the movie. Volcom's VP of Surf Marketing, Brad Dougherty, team rider Mitch Coleborn, and a man who needs no introduction, Wooly! Photo: @lukeforgay After party vibes with Alex Gray, Big Tony and Cheyne Magnusson. Photo: @lukeforgay Volcom's Wooly, Brad Dougherty, Richie Olivares, Mitch Coleborn (hiding), Matt Bemrose, and Yago Dora. Photo: @lukeforgay Such an awesome, inspiring, and creative film, Ryan Thomas, thank you! Here is Carlos Munoz and Yago Dora showing their love to the director / creative mastermind. Photo: @rich_landos SANTA CRUZ, CA - September 19, 2015 Tons of people showed up at the Rio Theatre in Santa Cruz for another stop on the Psychic Migrations premiere tour. Our local Volcom dude, Ken ‘Skindog’ Collins, gave out shirts, stickers, coozies, pins, skates, hats, shoes and more… Psyched groms went into a frenzy over all the stuff. It was a quality time with our local surf crews, young-up and-comers to old school legends and everyone in between! Photos: Yvonne Falk SAN LUIS OBISPO, CA - September 24, 2015 Our San Luis Obispo premiere of Psychic Migrations was held at the historical Fremont Theatre and it surely did not disappoint. Two stars of the movie, Nate Tyler and Ryan Burch, were happy to make the trip to this premiere and had a ton of goodies to throw out to the crowd. One stoked grom even scored a surfboard from Nate! We are happy to report that grom safely made it out of the theatre without getting mobbed by his peers. In all, it was an excellent evening, coupled by an aesthetically-creative theatre setting and a great crew of folks. Photos: Tyler Kitzman ENCINITAS, CA - September 26, 2015 The Psychic Migrations premiere in Encinitas parked itself at the lovely La Paloma Theatre and opened its doors to a full line of enthusiastic movie-goers. The line wrapped around the block, filled with young grommets, teenage youth, moms and pops, and just flat out salty surfers. Hometown hero, Ryan Burch, introduced the film with Director Ryan Thomas and threw out lots of Volcom product into the rowdy crowd. A great way to end the California leg of the Psychic Migrations premiere tour.
Volcom Germany family team visits Paris Bastille
Before the heavy skate sculpture installed by Volcom in Paris got taken away, the Volcom Germany +& Austria family team (& friends) paid a visit to the Bastille Days installment and shredded the city for a couple days. After a 6 hour drive things were set for a great weekend. With heavy bones and tired legs, we had a hard time to warm up to film. But the great weather, the nice people and the fun skate spot got everyone hyped so at the end we all had a sick weekend filming, sweating and laughing. Words hardly describe the good times so just check out what Vladik Scholz, Daniel Spiegel, Alex Schultz and the gang pulled out that weekend in Paris Alex Schultz - trash kissing crooked Dani Spiegel 270 fs flip Daniel Spiegel - blasting a switch fs flip Marcel Rieger - 360 flip over the trash bin
The Leuven skate scene is a big happy family! The day of the annual Leuven skate contest was filled with smiles, banger tricks, rad mums and dads cheering, and beers (you’re in Belgium). It is one big family party. The concept was simple and difficult at the same time. The most important part was that you were dressed in a GOLF outfit as it was this year’s theme. On the skatepark changed as a golf course there were 6 holes, that you needed to skate in one run. No Caddies, no Clubhouse, but high socks, plaid shorts and polos…and 19th hole good times. The contest was planned for the whole day so everyone could skate what they wanted. -16 category's, +16 and sponsored killed the street course. But the highlight of the day was the Bowl sponsored skaters finals. The 10 remaining rippers just killed the bowl. A 15 minute jam format got the crowed on fire, crazy tricks, doubles, triples, and a few near death experiences. At the end of the Bowl and Street competition Volcom presented a Best Trick on the big section. With people gapping to flat, skating the rail and getting NBD tricks in the book. Everyone came home full of stoke, passion and love for skateboarding after such a day! LEUVEN FAMILY THANK YOU!! Photos by: WIETSE THOMAS & STIJN BRANDS
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