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A Moment with: Matt Correia

Matt Correia, photo courtesy of Tony Acosta Could you introduce yourself ?  Heyyyy I'm Matt Correia. Explorer from Los Angeles   You're involved in Reverberation Radio, could you tell us more about this project ?  It's a collective of sound transmissions. It's been going for about 8 years now. 400 weeks, 400 mixes (more at reverberation radio.com) I remember you telling me that you also have a label,...

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A Moment with : Sam Kristofski

Could you introduce yourself ?Hello, I'm Kristofski, from New Zealand.  I met you through Zippy and Terence in Paris for a Babe Rainbow gig, how did you meet all this people ? Well its a long but connected story basically involving our friend Journeyman. Backstory is Journeyman was hitch hiking inside this huge extinct volcano in north NSW Australia and was picked up by Elliot who plays bass in the...

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A Moment with : Terence Connors

During the quarantine, we had the pleasure to discuss a few things with, Montauk based filmmaker and photographer, Terence Connors. You can check some of his work at terenceconnors.com Terence and his VeeBottom, photo courtesy of Mikey DeTemple Could you introduce yourself ? Hey my name is Terence Connors and I'm from New York.   You grew up between France and the USA, what do you like in these two...

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Quarantine Entertainment #02 : A brief history of the Fish design

The History of Fish Design   You know how much we love the fish design at Surfin Estate. Our first model we shaped, the Gainsboard, is a classic fish design inspired by the work of Steve Lis. So here is the story of where this all come from.   In 1967, a kneeboarder from San Diego, Steve Lis, shaped the first ever twin fin fish out of a snapped longboard. Every element of the design was tuned to suit...

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A Moment with : Zippy Seven

Could you introduce yourself ? Hi, my name is Zippy Seven   You were born in NZ, how was it growing there ? It's funny I have so many people tell me they think I'm born in the wrong era, I should have lived in the 70s. That's not true I'm from 90s NewZealand. Growing up then, in New Zealand we were lucky. No one had any money, Sustainable life was the only option. That's probably why I looked like I...

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Masterplan

Inspired by Tantras and the song of Pharoah Sanders « The Creator has a masterplan », this long sleeves tee is part of our new collection, shop here

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A Moment with : John Witzig

John Witzig is one of these guy that happened to be at the right time in the right place with a natural talent for capturing what was in front of his eyes. As a journalist and photographer, he documented some of the most important events in surfing history through the 60s and the 70s. This era of surfing is one of the most important era for us both in term of board design (it has inspired the Vee...

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Blotter

Inspired by the blotter art from the 70s, view more on our website

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Worker Jacket

Our new jacket, 100% made in France from fabric and trims to manufacturing. Coming in a very limited edition of 10 🇫🇷 Hit that link to know more about our Worker Jacket

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