We’ve harvested some fresh cotton for those cooler days that are upon us. Guys, trust us, you’ll be lookin’ all swaggy with these new items from our friends at RVCA, O’Neill, Element, Volcom, and Billabong. Check out some of our fave long-sleeved tees right here.[caption id="attachment_3793" align="alignleft" width="590" caption="Photo Credit: Sean Toshima"][/caption]
O’Neill Shawshank Shirt
No redemption is necessary. The O’Neill Shawshank shirt is a lightly brushed thermal crew pullover that features contrast baseball sleeves, a button neck closure, and a logo patch that is spot on for the guy who wants a tee that’s a sure bet. Standard fit, two button placket with logo labels. 100% Cotton. $44.50.
RVCA Lunar Shirt
A staple for your closet, the RVCA Lunar Knit is a jersey long sleeve henley with pigment dye. Buttons at placket, vents at side, and RVCA solo label at left sleeve hem. Classic, comfy, and perfect for those cooler days on the horizon. 100% Cotton. Available in Sparrow, Green, and Black. $38.00.
RVCA Basic VA Shirt
If you’re looking for a basic long-sleeved tee, look no further than the RVCA Basic VA. A long sleeve crew neck thermal tee with front left chest and sleeve screen print and screened inside neck, it’s pretty much a no-brainer. Features a seamless graphic tag at neck. Minimal RVCA detailing throughout. 100% Cotton. Available in Navy, White, and Black. $32.00.
Billabong Timing Thermal
With three buttons at the collar and hood behind your head, the Billabong Men’s Timing Thermal Hooded Shirt keeps you looking fine and feeling nice and toasty during those cooler mornings. The timing couldn’t be better since this medium-weight shirt designed in a super soft triblend thermal fabric brings just the right amount of heat before the day starts to heat up. 50%polyester/38%cotton/12%rayon. Available in Black Heather or Light Grey Heather. $49.50.
Volcom Burnt Burnout Shirt
Perfect for a chilly day at the beach or those cooler evenings, the Volcom Burnt Burnout Shirt hits the scene with a full arsenal of style, including a hood, an inset Stone at the side seam, a Stone embroidery at chest, and multi logo labels. You’ll have the best in both comfort and style with this slim fit thermal. $32.00.
Element Moses Shirt
Standard with just the right amount of style, the Element Moses shirt features a baseball style shirt and an embroidered logo. You can’t go wrong with a crew neck long sleeve knit with raglan sleeves, color blocked, tree screen print and custom trims. $34.50.
Many of you may already know Creed with accolades under his belt including former U/18 Australian Champion (2010), Runner-up U/16 Australian Titles (2009), and former winner of Taj’s Small Fries, Occy Grom Comp and Grom Search, but 18-year Australian surfer Creed McTaggart is just starting.
Get a sense of Creed’s surfing in a latest video, The Black & White Edits, which is a beautiful display of Creed’s surfing.
According to a review by Surfing Magazine: “Before the Hipster Police arrive and draw their weapons, allow us to forewarn. Yes, this entire edit is in black and white. Yes, it is pervaded with lifestyle clips. And yes, there are grainy film filters. But if any of that bothers you, maybe you should take a step back and look at the actual surfing. Creed’s got one of the best styles in the game and we ain’t talking hairdos. The slob at 1:54 is a good example of his skatey panache. Like Mason Ho, Creed is often a tracktop-less wonder. As the clip comes of age, we see Creed comboing bowls without the help of a kicktail. It’s enough to have even the sergeant of the HP surrender his badge, buy a fedora and become a fan of all things Creed McTaggert.”
We couldn’t agree more. The surfing is pretty rad and breathtaking… Creed is pretty inspired as he thrashes his way around Western Australia, jamming turns and airs in every possible pocket. It’s no wonder why he is by far one of the best 18 year olds in the world today.
Enjoy this 4-minute video shot by Wyatt Davies and Tom Jennings, and cut in-house be Kai Neville Studio. Music by Tombs, 30 Seconds Over Tokyo.
We’re starting to feel the chill, but lucky for all of us, there’s a new crop of stylish sweaters that will keep us warm all season. We’re in love with the new collections from RVCA, Billabong, and Element, and are pretty sure you will, too. So, snap them up before they’re gone. You don’t (literally) want to be left out in the cold.
Billabong Show In Off Sweater
Show everyone you’re a bright, shining star. Billabong’s Show In Off is a pullover crew neck sweater with pop color center front star intarsia is simple in its design yet pretty powerful. Dress it up or keep it casual. Made of 60% cotton/40% acrylic. $49.50.
Volcom Bad Toda Sweater
If you ever wanted to channel the badass biker chick look without the leather, we’ve got the perfect sweater knit pullover for you. The Volcom Bad Toda sweater features a motorcycle at the chest, contrast waist and cuff stripe and a logo badge. Edgy yet sophisticated, all at the same time. 55% cotton/45% acrylic. $59.50.
Element Phoenix Sweater
Take advantage of the ubiquitous chevron stripe trend with this fresh and new Element sweater this season. Featuring a baseball style, dark navy blue knit, it’s a go-to slouchy, wide-cut sweater with zigzagging stripes of ivory across the front and back panels. Long raglan sleeves plus a ribbed crew neck and an embroidered red heart along the left shoulder provides a sweet little detail. 60% Cotton, 40% Acrylic. $59.50.
Roxy White Caps 2 Sweater
When the chilly days come in, you’ll never want to slip out of the cozy softness of the Roxy White Caps 2 sweater. Featuring a V-neck, hood, long belled sleeves, a waist patch pocket, and a logo badge detail, this sweater is ultra cool and ideal for layering. 26-inch length. 91% cotton/9% polyester. $59.50.
Billabong Fuzzy Ride Sweater
With cozier weather on the horizon, you’ll be quite the snuggle bunny when you don Billabong’s Fuzzy Ride sweater. One of our best sellers, the Fuzzy Ride sweater’s look is chic with a wink, as fuzzy eyelash yarn flirts with conventional rugby stripes. So exceedingly soft with a great relaxed fit, who wouldn’t want to snuggle up with you? 100% acrylic. $59.50.
Element Monsoon Sweater
There’s no sweeter sweater than the Element Eden Monsoon Cowl Neck Sweater. Available in shades of natural and carbon, the ultra chic ribbed cowl neck matches a ribbed hem and ribbed long sleeves with the unique addition of a hole for your thumb to peek through. The cable knit, wide-cut bodice completes this cozy closet staple. 100% Acrylic. $59.50.
The final ASP World Tour Surfing women’s event of the year is happening right now in Portugal. From October 3-7 the EDP Cascais Girls Pro presented by Billabong will decide both the 2013 ASP Women’s World Champion as well as the qualifiers for the elite 2014 ASP Top 17.
Round 1 of the EDP Cascais Girls Pro began yesterday morning at 10:30am in rippable two-to-three foot waves at the primary site of Carcavelos.
“We have decent surf on offer this morning at the primary site of Carcavelos and we’ll commence competition at 10:30am,” Dave Shipley, ASP International Women’s Head Judge, said yesterday. “We’ll monitor conditions throughout the morning through Round 1, with Round 2 on standby. Good luck to all our competitors today.”
Good luck, indeed! Here are the current top 5 ranking women:
1. Carissa Moore (HAW), 21
2. Tyler Wright (AUS), 19
3. Sally Fitzgibbons (AUS), 22
4. Courtney Conlogue (USA), 21
5. Stephanie Gilmore (AUS), 25
Check out the webcast LIVE via www.aspeurope.com/edpcascais.
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