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We’re Caught Up In A Good Thing
Volcom women's Simply Solid Collection begins with our long-standing love of the sea. This collection is primarily composed of a swim fabric spun in Italy from Econyl recycled yarn produced from discarded fishing nets and other dumped nylons. These ghost nets haunt our oceans and have the propensity to harm marine life below the surface. Recovered nets are “upcycled” with other forgotten nylons to help avoid this risk to marine life. Our swim fabric is made with Econyl knitted with Lycra Xtra Life yarns Our Simply Solid collection is made with 78% regenerated nylon. There is no loss of quality in the regeneration process. It’s 100% recyclable, creating a closed loop of regeneration so no new nylon is created or needed. Lycra Xtra Life yarns are UPF 50+ the maximum UV protection rating attainable. It is resistant to damage from chlorine and sunscreen lotions/oils and is made in Italy. Volcom Simply Solid Collection Volcom Simply Seamless Collection Volcom Simply Rib Collection Volcom Women's Simply Solid eco-swim story continues with new additions to the line. Introducing the Simply Solid Seamless Collection, the next evolution of our eco swim partnership with Econyl. This elevated collection is made using the same Econyl yarns as our Simply Solid Collection, but with a higher percentage, 82% regenerated nylon. Simply Seamless made with Econyl features super soft lycra yarns, an elevated aesthetic with clean lines and asymmetrical details and ‘Seamless’ finish that is double-sided for a premium look and feel. Volcom Womens eco swim story also grows with the addition of our Simply Rib Collection; adding another layer in our partnership with Econyl. Simply rib is 91% Recycled nylon and a focus on texture. This is a Volcom exclusive Rib Econyl made with Lycra Xtra Life yarns.   Campaign starring: Volcom celebrity ambassador Georgia May Jagger and Volcom’s world-class surfer Coco Ho, Surfer Maud Le Car and model Tina Kunakey.
Womens
THIS IS THE COMPELLING STORY OF COCO HO AND HER 10 YEARS ON TOUR
Dive into the colourful story of female surfer Coco Ho from Oahu’s North Shore and learn how she got started surfing, her rich surfing family history, ups and downs on the Championship Tour, and everything in between. Including exclusive interviews with brother, Mason Ho, father, Michael Ho, and world champion surfers John John Florence and Stephanie Gilmore. Coco Ho started surfing at the young age of seven after following in the footsteps of her brother and father. As Coco recalls, "I just remember trying to impress my brother. My whole growing up was all to impress Mason." Living and learning on the tour for the past 10 years now, Coco is looking forward to focusing solely on her surfing and letting it speak for itself. She's in the right mindset, has the ability, and feels more inspired and energised than ever before.
Womens
Xo Coco Ho Documentary - A Look at the Famous Surfer's Career
This is the compelling story of Coco Ho and her 10 years on tour Dive into the colorful story of female surfer Coco Ho from Oahu’s North Shore and learn how she got started surfing, her rich surfing family history, ups and downs on the Championship Tour, and everything in between. Including exclusive interviews with brother, Mason Ho, father, Michael Ho, and world champion surfers John John Florence and Stephanie Gilmore. Coco Ho picked up surfing at an early age Coco Ho started surfing at the young age of seven after following in the footsteps of her brother and father. As Coco recalls, "I just remember trying to impress my brother. My whole growing up was all to impress Mason." Mason Ho and Coco Ho Living and learning on the tour for the past 10 years now, Coco is looking forward to focusing solely on her surfing and letting it speak for itself. She's in the right mindset, has the ability, and feels more inspired and energized than ever before. "I'm not going to let anything get in the way this time. I'm going for the world title." Today, Coco has won over 25 surfing awards and has been voted a top three fan favorite in Surfer Magazine's Surfer Poll Take a look at a two-part excerpt from the edit with Coco Ho, Mason Ho, and Michael Ho:
Womens
Volcom Welcomes Hailey Langland to Global Snow Team
Hailey Langland has been making a name for herself since she started snowboarding at age five. She exists in changing time zones, her passport stamped with groomer laps, take-offs and landings. She's got a front three that floats for days and radiates a style that's beyond her years. She grew up paddling into waves and pushing down streets in beachside San Clemente, CA. She first made turns at Bear Mountain and now calls Mammoth’s Main Park home, both proving grounds for sovereign snowboarders. She's fluid and explosive. She has a method that turns heads. It's the kind of kick-out that can't be learned. It's built-in from birth, harkening the past that's built for the future. We can't be more excited to welcome Hailey to the Volcom Family. She brings an impressive past, a promising future, and an unmatched personality which radiates passion and perseverance. While she joins us now, she has always been destined to the Stone. It was only a matter of time for the stars to align, and that time is now. Hailey Langland. Photo: Mike Pham // @phamuel "I'm psyched to be joining the Volcom Family! It's a dream come true to be part of a family that's much bigger than just snowboarding. I can't wait to see where this journey takes me." Hailey’s collection of heavy medals is already plush, though she’s truly just getting started. She landed a first-ever cab double ten in the 2017 X Games and earned her first Aspen gold. See? Just getting started. She’s logged time on podiums around the world. Slopestyle? Check. Big Air? Check. Three years in a row, she’s won the Drink Water Rat Race—a banked slalom where just getting to the bottom is a victory. And Hailey’s been the fastest. Three times. She’s the future of women’s slopestyle, yet her ease and authority with which she puts down tricks stretches far beyond contest boundaries. She’s the future of women’s snowboarding. Scratch that. She’s the future of snowboarding. Hailey wearing the Taylor Jacket (available in 3 colorways). Photo: Vernon Deck // @vernondeck Hailey's energy and style are pure Volcom. I’m super hyped on what she brings to the program. She's got full approval from the team. It's on!!!" -Remy Stratton, SVP Global Skate & Snow Hailey is serious about style and truly loves to ride. It's visible in every turn she makes, every slash, and every air she attempts. It's not fabricated. It's natural. Established at a very young age. At only seventeen, she's both a beacon to snowboarding's roots and a flare to the future, lighting up what's possible when talent, grit, and creativity are fused together. She says, "I cannot stress it enough how much style matters. We're all becoming robots out there, it's driving me freakin' nuts." Hailey on a recent trip in Saas'Fee, a resort village in the Swiss Alps. She has been True To This since she first stood sideways, but now, with the nourishment of the Stone, she can further feed her freedom of expression, and we are so stoked to welcome her to the family.
Womens
ELENA HIGHT ON THE STRUGGLE OF MAKING YOUR PASSION A PRIORITY IN THISFIRST INTERVIEW
What happens when you give all your blood, sweat, and tears and it just isn’t good enough? Elena Hight (@elenahight) is no stranger to the relentless work it takes to feed a passion. As a top contender in the women’s halfpipe contest circuit, a Winter X Games gold medalist, and a two-time Olympian, Elena understands the amount of dedication and sacrifice required to stand on top of the podium. "Everything that I do and think, and base my life around, is around snowboarding, and when it's not going good, there's almost no escape." Listen to Elena as she explains her obsession of achieving the impossible, quitting not being an option, and the ups and downs of putting your passion before everything, in this latest episode of ThisFirst.
Womens
SUPER FLY D.I.Y
Drawing on clothes rules. When you were a kid no doubt you had your turn at drawing on the walls with crayons, face painting, graffiti-ing band names all over your pencil case… It felt good, real good to draw where you weren’t really supposed to. Lets get that vibe back! Our team here at Volcom Womens have been having a killer time drawing all over our chinos. From note book style skate scribbles in our first tutorial HERE to the punky patterns below, we’ve had a go at jazzing things up. Check out our ‘how to’ tutorial on making your Volcom chinos 100% uniquely your own! WHAT YOU’LL NEED: - Chinos! (Of course, we chose our favourite Volcom Frochickie chinos) - A pair of scissors if you want to destroy the hem! - White Paint – acrylic water based is best - Paint brush, a few sizes - A pencil - Paint pens – we used Posca ‘chalk’ effect paint pens as they have the best strong pigment - Some inspiration for reference (either print out what you want to draw or use your phone) - Patches or an old tee print to cut up for patches First up you’ll need to search for reference and inspiration. With creating pattern based designs it’s probably best to pick a theme and the panels you want to work with before starting so you know where you’re taking it. For the first pair we went for an 80’s skate rat style with flames, intense 80’s colours and the clash leopard pattern. We also added hand sewn patches for the hesh vibes. For the second pair we were inspired by 90’s punk and ska vibes. Fun. When you have your inspiration and design plan, mark out the design with a pencil. Couldn’t recommend this enough to make sure everything is balanced on the pant – once you get started actually painting it can be hard to remember scale of other illustrations on the pant so the pencil map is a must. You’ll paint over it anyway. Now paint it out! Using the white acrylic paint go in with a single coat of white. This is an awesome step (even though you have to wait for it to dry Now the white base is dry you can begin with the colour of your design. Wait for each colour to dry totally before adding the next in that section. Also; be mindful each part is dry before turning the chinos over – you don’t want smudges!   In parts where just straight up black permeant marker was used a piece of scrap card or thick paper was clipped in place in-between the two layers of fabric to stop any bleed through to the otherside. Again, we don’t want smudges!! For the patches we cut out prints from old teeshirts. Placement is key! We were after a kind of side angle and liked the look of the two together. Cutting them out kind of messily with bad ‘DIY’ stitching looked the most legit for the theme. Sometimes bad is good, like kraft singles plastic cheese. Bad good. Viola! Done! Hit the street in those bad gals! Make sure you tag #Volcomchinos & @volcomwomens with your creations and for a chance to be featured on our insta!! Shop the Frochickie Pant!