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Snow Garden Festival, Grenoble

For the first time, Volcom was present at the Snow Garden festival, a huge snow movie and music festival. It was set up in the town’s soccer stadium, where more than 15,000 people enjoyed the latest and greatest snow movies, a bunch of concerts and met snow legends like Volcom’s Dan Brisse and  Arthur Longo. We showed Volcom’s new snow film, Mr. Plant on Thursday night in front of 5000 people, followed by a crazy signing session with Arthur Longo and Olivier Gittler. For the entire three days, ton of goodies were given away at the Volcom booth, such as custom hats, screened tee shirts, and we managed a huge “pick a winner” prize pack. We had a great time with some passionate organizers who did an amazing job. Congrats guys, we will see you next year! Watch Mr. Plant grow Mr Plant Stone Man with Olive and Arthur Crowd Stone Man beer pong Stone Man with Arthur   Stone Man x Mike Arthur and Dan Crowd Kids with hats Serigraphy Serigraphy Serigraphy  

Volcom Hot Spot // Lyon

Beyond its international reputation as the capital of gastronomy, Lyon is one of the most attractive cities in Europe for its quality of life and economic dynamism. The geographical position of Lyon makes it a particularly popular town for French people: a few hours from the sea, mountains or even Paris, the capital. Some even say that it is a small Paris without the inconvenience, and they are probably right. This week, Olivier our Volcom Store Manager and his team share their best spots of the city. We’re sure you are going to love these places!   Where to have a drink? The Bicycletterie welcomes you for a warm coffee and to pause, repair your bike or just to enjoy Wi-Fi, with a selection of original, quality product. On the menu, delicious handcrafted fruit juices, coconut juice and some of the best iced coffee and tea in the world. They also offer breakfast and snack options. Voxx is a place in three steps. At 8 am, take your first coffee, the one that you need to wake up. Cars rushing past the terrace are also there to pull you out of your sleep. At 12 am, lunch break, where you can swallow one delicious oriental burger while your friend will be struggling to finish her gigantic salad. At 6 pm, after work, you can meet more friends and spend time listening to the varied music.   In French, the name "Poule au pot" might be that of a neighborhood bar. Location: a quite festive one. Cocktails: trendy as hell. Prices: more reasonable than you’d think. Might perhaps sound quite spread out, but with its on-point music program, which isn’t too elitist, everything is mixed perfectly. As soon as the weather is good, La Barge is one of the nicest places to enjoy a cocktail or glass of wine on a barge, as the name suggests, in the middle of the palm trees. All wrapped in a very good musical atmosphere.   Where to eat something? On Croix-Rousse square, at daybreak, there’s a unusual silence in the area. Then gradually hundred traders pile egg baskets and heaps of fresh vegetables. Stretching almost a kilometer, the huge market wakes up and soon, the place is crowded and the ruckus is noteworthy as people turn up to spend a perfect Saturday morning, devoted to organic products.   The "Bistrot de St Jean" is typically a "Bouchon Lyonnais " in one of the oldest streets in the city. They serve the most prestigious Lyon cuisine around. More meat!!!!! This is the motto of Butcher. A selection of meats that regularly changes with the chef, paired with a bourbon or a classic cocktail from the Butcher's Team which is always motivated and ready to welcome you from Tuesday to Sunday for lunch and dinner. Are you hungry ... or just downright greedy? In all cases, the "Bistrot des Voraces" in the area of Croix-Rousse will please you! With its beautiful terrace and stonewalls, be ready to enjoy your meal in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The food is 100% authentic, made ​​from fresh and seasonal ingredients.   Where to party? Switching between concert stage, club, and café/ bar with terrace, La Marquise day and night is characterized by diversity. It’s a place with good humour where you easily can meet new people any time of the clock. Then to one of the latest additions to the Lyonnaise night, everyone was talking about this rooftop project in Lyon, and they didn’t have to be disappointed: Le Sucre. Less than two years after opening, the place has practically traveled the world posing as one of the coolest places of the moment. Appearing first as a place of culture, it is alive with events, whether music, graphics or even private. What is the Maison Mère? It is primarily an artistic and festive room of its own kind in the very center of Lyon. It is also a cozy bar and a melting pot open to all the public. It’s the best place to have a drink with friends or lovers, see a live concert in the evening, or sweat until the morning dancing away to great music. Established in 2003, Les Nuits Sonores is a festival dedicated to electronic music culture. It takes place every year around May. It now includes more than 100,000 spectators each year and invites 250 artists from around the world and takes place in nearly 50 locations in the city. The festival is now known in Europe for its size (an urban event, very invested in public spaces and heritage sites, including brownfields) and for the quality and the intransigence of its programming.   Where to experience something different? If you’re an art lover, take a turn at the Contemporary Art Museum and the Museum of Les beaux arts. One feature of the city of Lyon that doesn’t cost and is worth experiencing is all the alleyways. If you have time just go and get lost and find yourself in places you’d never thought of going. There are about 500 alleyways in the city so good luck. They are mainly located in the neighborhoods of Vieux Lyon and Croix-Rousse.   Where to be True To This? Except the City Hall, the Skatepark of Lyon Gerland offers a covered and secure area of 1500m ² with two unique amenities offered, a big ramp (height 3.80m + 4.20m extension) and a mini dual spine (18m length x width 9m). The Skatepark of Sergent Blandan covers 1230m ² and the paths in the park are raised, bend and turn, to fit perfectly into the natural environment allowing all from young kids (from 8 years), to the more experienced ones, to explore a number of original obstacles. Not to forget the bowls at Berges du Rhone…   Then last but not least – take a ride through Lyon’s Volcom Store and update your wardrobe with some of the season’s new arrivals. Addresses: Bicycletterie 6 Rue Romarin, 69001 Lyon Voxx 1 Rue d'Algérie, 69001 Lyon Poule au pot 5 Rue de l'Arbre Sec, 69001 Lyon La Barge In front of 15 Quai General Sarrail, 69006 Lyon Bistrot de St Jean 3, Place de Petit College, 69005 Lyon Butcher 30, rue Lanterne, 69001 Lyon Bistrot des Voraces 13 Rue Austerlitz, 69004 Lyon La Marquise 20 Quai Victor Augagneur, 69003 Lyon Le Sucre 50 Quai Rambaud, 69002 Lyon Maison Mère 21 Place Gabriel Rambaud, 69001 Lyon Contemporary Art Museum 81 Quai Charles de Gaulle, 69006 Lyon Les beaux arts Museum 20 Place des Terreaux, 69001 Lyon Skatepark of Lyon Gerland 24 Allée Pierre de Coubertin, 69007 Lyon Skatepark of Sergent Blandan Rue de l'Epargne 69007 Lyon

Rune Glifberg, 2nd Place in The Berrics 'In Transition'

The Berrics held a contest where they picked 10 of the most progressive skaters on the planet to choose one location each—any location in the world—and film a full part. Volcom's very own Rune Glifberg and one of skateboardings newest pro's Ben Raemers were two of the chosen. Viewers of the videos were the deciding factor in the contest as they voted for the winner. Rune picked his hometown park in Copenhagen, Denmark while Ben picked a gnarly DIY spot in East London to film their parts. After voting closed it and votes were counted, Rune came out in 2nd place! You can watch both of their parts over at The Berrics by clicking the images below. Congrats again Rune! Rune Glifberg's part filmed by Kris Tait Ben Raemers' part filmed by Kevin Parrott Ben Raemers' part filmed by Kevin Parrot Check out some photos below from the filming process Rune Noseblunt shot by Davy Van Laere Rune stand up 5-0 shot by Arto Saari Ben Raemers ollie shot by Al Irvine Ben Raemers, Stalefish shot by Al Irvine Ben Raemers pivot to fakie shot by Al Irvine Don't forget to follow @VolcomSkate on instagram and on FACEBOOK for the fastest updates about the Volcom skate team


Ryan Burch puts the pedal to the metal on the walls of Bangko-Bangko and pulls into some heavy ones at Grajagan Bay after sharing a few thoughts on self-expression, how surfing and the asymmetrical boards he shapes fit into that, and what it is about being on a wave that excites him. Direct & Edit Ryan Thomas Cameras Jimmy “Jazz” James Ivan Tanjung Additional Cameras Matt Shuster Ryan Thomas Interview Audio Matt Shuster Producers Ryan Thomas Matt Shuster Music “Ain’t Gonna Listen” performed by Slow Season courtesy of Riding Easy Records

Surf Wax Candles DIY

The smell of surf wax always reminds us of the beach. It’s sweet like coconut, and smells like an afternoon of sunny rays, sand and sea salt.  We wanted to make something that would allow our house to smell like summertime even in the coldest winter (which is quickly creeping upon us). If you want to brighten your home and give new life to the worn out 10mm wax covering your surf board, here’s your chance:  let’s make DIY surf wax candles!!   What do you need? -       Wax (recovered from one of your boards, don't have your own - offer to clean up your friends board). -       A wick. -       A container to hold your candle (be creative, this can be a shell, the container of an old candle, a glass). -       A container where you can mix and melt your wax (you do not want to buy a new pot as it will be unusable after this session). Step 1: Remove the wax from your board. Step 2: Melt the wax. -      Place it in a metal container (an aluminum tray will do nicely) and heat gently until the wax is liquid. Step 3: Assemble. -       Place the metal end of the wick in the center of your container. Tie the end of the wick to a stick that you put in two lenses to keep it perfectly right. Step 4: Pour. -      Dust and sand should have settled to the bottom. Be careful not to pour the sand into your container. Step 5: Wait. Let your candle cool off before cutting the wick to the length you want. Step 6: Sit back, relax, smell the beach and dream away!

Volcom 2014 Wild in The Parks Europe Wrap Up

The 2014 Wild In The Parks reached the pinnacle of the tour with the $15,000 championship event this past Saturday at the private Volcom skatepark in Costa Mesa, California. On top of epic skateboarding, the parking lot got styled up with carnival games, free food/drinks, and David Gonzales's band Rattblack played a free show. Also check below the links to the videos, photos and results of each European event, if you haven’t checked all of them already! Big thanks to the Volcom family, everyone involved with these contests and Jart skateboards for their support. Volcom Stone's Wild In The Parks 2014 Championships, Costa Mesa, California 14 and under European Wild In The Parks Champion Oskar Hjellegjerde from Norway took the second place, check the full results and video of the insanity that went down.  Volcom 2014 European WITP Championships, Sevilla Norway robbed the bank, France, Germany, Slovenia and Spain getting honorable mention: see the shredding that went down!   WITP Italy, Vicenza Watch Krap skatepark get destroyed by Jacopo Carozzi and Aref Koushesh   WITP France, Chelles Cosanostra skatepark, next to Paris is home of skate sock trend, and always a great place to hangout   WITP Norway, Trondheim Trikkestallen might not be the biggest skatepark but is home park of some of Europe’s finest skateboarders   WITP Spain, Barcelona Long time due in one of Europe’s capital of skateboarding, the WITP didn’t disappoint with loads of sick action   WITP Switzerland, Zurich There are more and more quality skateparks being built in Switzerland, and the Swiss skate scene is growing fast!   WITP UK, Poole There’s no shortage of talent in England, see the pros and the local heroes get loose in the Poole skatepark.   WITP Germany, Kassel  Mr Wilson Skatehalle is a must go DIY indoor/outdoor park if you’re in the area, fun as hell and crazy good vibes at this WITP   WITP Greece, Athens Sun, marble, ladies, all generations skateboarding, WITP Greece in Oaka! WITP Netherlands, Eindhoven Check out Nick Bax, Dan Vanderlinden, his brothers and more get tech on the Aera 51 skatepark!   WITP Austria, Bregenz Great contest at another super fun concrete skatepark, the rain didn’t stop the event   WITP Poland, Leszno Check out the first WITP in Poland at the new gigantic street plaza of Leszno   WITP Slovenia, Nova Gorica The European season started with a banger in Slovenia for Go skate day, lots of talentedskaters over there!

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