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Interview With Volcom Europe Ambassador, Lois Pendlebury
We went to Paris to follow Lois Pendlebury around the city a bit, skating the Volcom skate structure on Place de la Bastille, hanging out by the canal, and talking about her missing tooth, the fact that office jobs are inhumane and her 'sleep where you fall' approach to travel (although this time we managed to stay in a hotel for a change!). Tell us about your gap. I remember that the Cooler fashion editor really wanted you to do your cover without your false tooth a few years back but you didn't like the idea, looks like your attitude has changed... Brilliant! In with the one bang! Yeah I wasn't keen to do it back then cause I was more used to my appearance without the gap and obviously would rather look that way on a cover. Over the years - it's been about ten! - I've worn the falsey less. I hardly wear it at home, it's always in and out cause I dont eat drink or smoke with it in. And actually the biggest stress of all is keeping track of where I put the bloody thing. What happened actually? I hit the deck skating the soul bowl... I just think it reflects who I am more these days, all these years later. All my friends, all the people I skate with know me this way. And who are you? Who am I? Well, maybe not who I am, but my journey so far or my reality. My war wounds! It's not even the worst injury, it's just the most blatant. What were the worst injuries? I broke my right arm pretty good last year, that's been a bit of an obstacle, broke my foot, my other wrist... People probably don't think about that when they see some skaters on a high street fashion website, just looking cool. Yah man it's probably not something you think about, but I don't go on those websites haha. Female skaters have been put in quite a 'fashion' context a lot recently, how do you feel about that? I mean I wouldn't wear make up to skate but I wouldn't be against it in photos. Fashion will always look to subcultures for influence, if you can still call skateboarding a subculture... But at least female skating is a subculture within skating for the time being. Female skaters present themselves in different ways, but I think whereas back in the day girls were more likely to assimilate themselves with the guys and wear practical clothing, now there's more of a fashion influence. I guess it's sexy to be a chick who's both hot and tough! Is there a specific look in male skating too?  It depends on your perspective, some people would say there's no rules. Maybe it's unwritten rules? There's so many skaters these days, not everybody can be pioneers in trends, skaters will look towards their icons and emulate them. So where do you get your inspiration from? Ahhhhh! All over the place. I don't really shop too much, well not in the usual shops, it's more charity shops, markets, swapsies with mates, finds etc. I guess I just reckon anything goes, but it's for that reason I probably get it wrong. I see artists and musicians and people in general and I dig their style but I never really make much of an effort to look the way they do. Just wear what feels right for you. What about your life/work balance, how do you survive without doing too much boring work? I just worked my first ever full time 9 to 5:30 office job, I managed a year and a month. There's not enough flexibility by far in that working week. Who the heck came up with that idea? Using human productivity like that is inhumane. How do you manage to travel as much as you do? Travelling for a month is probably cheaper than living in London for a month. London is way spensive! I often stay with friends when I travel, sometimes when you enter comps there's a hotel provided or sponsors will hook up a room. Otherwise sleep where you fall, sleep in the dirt!
Volcom’s Torgeir “TG” Bergrem in RK1
See Volcom’s Torgeir “TG” Bergrem together with Staale Standbech, Alek Oestreng And Friends Tear It Up InRK1, One Of The Best Snowboarding Movies Of The Year. Torgeir has 4 parts in here, there’s footage from Laax, the Volcom Snow Team house, Folgefonna glacier and from down under in Oz. You HAVE to see the whole movie
Levi Luggen and friends tearing up some SERIOUS pow at home in Switzerland
Our soft spoken Swiss ripper Levi Luggen scores some all time conditions in his backyard. See for yourself in the clip above.
Volcom Presents: Real Life Happening - Louie Lopez
If you follow @volcomskate on instagram then you've seen most of these clips, but in order to take it all in we decided to make an OFFICIAL VOLCOM INSTAGRAM EDIT! Our filmer Ant Travis has been out filming with the team for the upcoming FULL LENGTH Volcom skateboarding movie, meaning a lot of time warming up at skateparks and spots. Enjoy this first installment of Real Life Happening featuring Louie Lopez. Filmed by: Ant Travis
William Aliotti — One more cover
SURF SESSION INTERVIEW He did it again!!!!! William Aliotti clinched one new cover of one European Surf Mag, Surf Session, his 4th cover since last december! Thanks a true relationship with the photographer Andrew Christie, William managed to get a sick pic from a stormy day in the South West of France! Congrats one more time Willy, you are a freak!
Volcom Snowboarding - Stone Army
Words like “raw” are often thrown around hastily to describe edits, clips, and riding style, but few videos really embody the untethered proclivity that draws all of us into ripping turns season after season. Last spring the Volcom crew was busy doing what they do best, on a van trip throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic with stops at Superpark 19, Eastern Boarder’s Last Call and Rhode Island’s Yawgoo Valley, riding away from the impossible in the Midwest, and sending it way past sunset at Mammoth during The Launch. The collective snowboarding by the Stone Army is unfiltered, loose, and stocked with the hard-to-describe quality that anyone who spends most of their time strapped into a snowboard will immediately recognize. This short movie keeps you glued to the screen for the entire ten minutes, so sit back and take it in. Featuring Benny Milam, Jake Selover, Reid Smith, Zach Normandin, Lyon Farrell, Brock Crouch, Chandler Hunt, Cody Warble, Merrick Joyce, Parker Szumowski, Mary Rand, Richie Conklin, Mike Ravelson, Scott Blum, Frank Knab, and Jamie Lynn. Enjoy and for more fun, follow on Snapchat. Filmed by Seth Huot, Pat Barraza, Jeff Kabigting, Jake Price, Derek Combs, and Tim Stanford.
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