RVCAloha | Makua Rothman on The Eddie

Makua Rothman reflects on the Eddie Aikau Invitational at Waimea Bay. It had been seven years since the Eddie last ran in 2009. To say the least, this year's was one for the books.

Video by Etienne Aurelius.

Kevin "Spanky" Long | Inspired By...

Kevin "Spanky" Long, Inspired By... Resilience. Spanky looks back at his history with RVCA and how it's influenced his approach in skating and life as a whole.

Video by Brandon Jensen.

The Thrill is Back | Christian Fletcher

This installment of our "The Thrill is Back" series covers the innovative surfing of Christian Fletcher. Despite what the industry may have thought at the time, Christian's anti-conventional approach to surfing paved the way for modern day performance surfing and provided a new road for professional surfers outside of the contest scene.

Boxing Techniques | Speed Bag

In the final installment of our VA Sport series with Jason Parillo, we learn about one of the oldest exercises in boxing: the speed bag. Parillo emphasizes the importance of going back to basics regardless of what level you are at.

Video by Change for Balance.

Alex Knost | Inspired By...

Get a glimpse into Alex's perspective and history with RVCA in this installment of our Inspired By series. Video by Blaine Suque.

RVCAloha | Danny Fuller

"For me, the art is really in that experience of being present and becoming one with my subject matter: the ocean." In the latest installment of our RVCAloha series, Danny Fuller gives us an insight into the beauty of spending time on the North Shore of Oahu as an artist, surfer, and family man. Video by Etienne Aurelius.

Makua Rothman | Inspired By...

Makua Rothman, Inspired By... Hawaii. RVCA is glad to collaborate with Makua for his signature boardshort as a part of the RVCA Help Initiative. A portion of the proceeds from the 'Makua Trunk' will benefit Hui O He'e Nalu. The mission of Hui O He'e Nalu is to promote surfing in all forms and educate about the same; to provide promotion and education regarding Hawaiian culture and practices.

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