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The Revo Jacket features high-grade 1.5mm neoprene, glued and bound seams and a shell that can be worn both ways (reversible). Perfect for those summer afternoon dusk sessions that are breezy enough to rattle your bones.
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Day 2 Wrap Up – 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro
The first light at Pipeline for Day 2 of the 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro revealed a new 6-8+ foot swell which arrived fresh off of yesterday’s Lei Day. The winds were now cooperating, competitors were psyching to get in the water, so just like that, the event was called ON! The day began with Heat 5 of the Round of 96, and after 9 hours of exciting competition, the day ended strong with Heat 7 of the Round of 64. Picking up right where we left off from Day 1 of competition, Mother Nature was by our side keeping the bad winds at bay and providing enough Pipe and Backdoor barrels to keep things interesting! Maui’s Ian Walsh, a big wave specialist, took advantage of the pumping surf and managed to get things started with a crazy 9.5 ride. Meanwhile, Leo Fioravanti had a brutal wipeout and left the beach in an ambulance with a suspected back injury. We will update everyone on his status as the details are released, but our thoughts are with him and we wish him a speedy recovery. As the morning turned to afternoon, the swell improved tremendously. Local boys Nathan Florence and Mikey Bruneau took things to another level and got some of the most spectacular tube rides of the day. Mikey Brunea finished off with the highest total heat score of the event with a 15 point ride. Volcom Japan’s Shun Murakami rolled into a nuts-o Pipe wave and had the whole Volcom house shouting on their feet. Other standouts of the day included Ian Gouveia, Jamie O’Brien, Dusty Payne, Kiron Jabour and Evan Geiselman.   Day 2 of the 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro is in the books and you won’t want to miss a minute of Day 3 as the first two heats of the day see some talented up-and-comers, in addition to Pipe masters. Heat 8 will feature John John Florence, Bruce Irons, Yago Dora, and Seth Moniz, then straight into Heat 9 with Kelly Slater, Parker Coffin, Dale Staples, and Kamalei Alexander. Tomorrow’s forecast sees potential for some pumping surf, and if we’re lucky, we’ll all have the chance to see epic, super bowls!   Surfline.com, the official forecaster of the 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro, is calling for 8-12’ occasional 15’ faces for Sunday morning with both Pipe and Backdoor working, and a slow easing trend through the day. The weather report calls for light East-ENE wind in the early morning, becoming moderate for the day from the ENE-NE, with partly cloudy skies. The contest has plenty of run potential, so be sure to check back for the official call, tomorrow morning at 7:30am HST right here on VolcomPipePro.com!  
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Day 1 Wrap Up - 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro
Banzai Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii (January 29th, 2015): As the sun came up on the first day of the 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro waiting period, it didn’t take long for contest officials to fire off the first announcement of the event. The wind and waves were cooperating nicely and the competition was called on with an 8:00am start. The all-Hawaiian Round of 112 saw nothing but epic Pipeline conditions from start to finish, and the highlight of the day was the Volcom Last Chance Qualifier (VLCQ) heat where 8 Pipe veterans delighted the crowd with mind-blowing Pipe and Backdoor barrels. The Round of 96 started strong, but by the 4th heat the wind changed and conditions quickly deteriorated causing the contest to be put on hold and eventually called off for the day. Landon McNamara - Photo: Bielmann The Round of 112 was stacked with some of Hawaii’s most exciting Pipeline specialists, and they did not disappoint. Makai McNarmara quickly got things started with a few steep and deep backdoor barrels which certainly got the crowd’s attention. Reef Macintosh threw down the highest total heat score of the round with a total of 14.40. When the Round of 96 got underway, Brazilian Hizunome Bettero showed no fear as he was threading the needle on a gem scoring one of the day’s highest single wave scores, an 8.93. Bruce Irons - Photo: Bielmann The most exciting heat of the day was definitely the VLCQ in which the one remaining wildcard spot in the event was on the line. The 3rd annual VLCQ was a 40 minute, 8-man heat in which veteran Pipe warriors Bruce Irons, Gavin Beschen, Alex Gray, Kawai Lindo, JD Irons, Kaimana Henry, Derek Ho and Makua Rothman battled it out in a best-wave, winner-take-all barrelfest. All 8 competitors locked into some amazing rides, but in the end it was Bruce’s 9.0 that secured his spot in the upcoming Round of 64. The contest will resume with the 5th heat of the Round of 96, and will continue into the Round of 64 where we’ll get our first look at past champions Kelly Slater and John John Florence. We are excited to see our two event wildcards, Balaram Stack (Long Island, NY) and Parker Coffin (Santa Barbara, CA) hit the water as well. Check back on VolcomPipePro.com tomorrow morning for the next call at 7:30am HST! Be sure to watch today’s Heats On Demand and check out the entire Day One Photo Gallery!
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Slide Your Blues Away - Ozzie Wright
Finless Ozzie from Volcom Australia / New Zealand on Vimeo. With the rotten weather we have been having in Sydney as of late what better way to "Slide Your Blues Away" than by tuning out to a little edit of Ozzie having a hell time on a finless this summer. Filmed and edited by Andrew Christie
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Volcom Groms Take Over Hossegor For The Summer!
Video thumbnail: Charly Quivront If you are a surfer, the Euro Volcom House could quite possibly be the most prime spot to stay in Hossegor. Located right in front of one of the best surf breaks in France, it's just a short walk and climb over the dune to get to this prized location. Surf groms from the Volcom team have access to this playhouse, and need to follow only two rules: surf their brains out and have fun while doing it! What a life it is to be a salty grom in 2015. House-crashers William Aliotti, the Caribbean surfer, but almost permanent resident at the House,Leon Glatzer, the German kid from Costa Rica, Charly Quivront from France, and the local Justin Becret, tore apart the local break during their stay while photographer Andrew Christie was sure to capture some gold. We can’t wait next summer!!! Filmed and Edited by Andrew Christie William Aliotti Leon Glatzer Justin Becret  
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2015 Volcom Pipe Pro Waiting Period Opens Next Week; Watch The Contest Trailer
  The waiting period for the 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro, a WSL QS 3000 rated event, is set to begin Thursday, January 29th at the World Famous Banzai Pipeline. 112 world-class surfing “Warriors” from all over the globe will be fighting for a $100,000 prize purse and up to 3,000 QS points to kick off their season. To ensure that these Warriors are able to do battle in optimum wave and weather conditions, the competition will only run on the best days within the 11-day waiting period, ending February 8th. This has been a very exciting winter on the North Shore and looking at Surfline.com, the official forecaster of the 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro, we can see that there is still plenty of surf on the way. Kelly Slater, 2014 Volcom Pipe Pro Champ. Photo: Bielmann   The Volcom Pipe Pro is always a special event for the local Hawaiian competitors with the contest being held at one of their most treasured surf spots, not to mention it being a gateway event for non-World Tour surfers to compete in the prestigious Pipe Masters. The top 16 Hawaiians from the Volcom Pipe Pro will be sent into the $100,000 Pipe Invitational, which serves as the trials for the Pipe Masters, held on the first day of contestable surf within the event window in December.   Stay tuned to the official 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro website to watch the live HD webcast of the event, as well as receive up-to-the-minute results, daily recaps, videos, photos and much more! iPhone and iPad users can also download the VolcoMobile App from the iTunes App Store to watch the live webcast and stay alert to the latest 2015 Volcom Pipe Pro news.
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