EPØKHE presents Beauty Pockets II

By: epokhe
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‘Beauty Pockets II’

The first ever trip the EPOKHE surf family found themselves on was a quick dash down Pacific HWY. It ended on the south coast of Australia. It became an annual gathering known as Beauty Pockets. Again we hit the same highway.

Spend 7 days hunting south swells, bars, landscapes, isolation, the unexpected…anything that makes you stop and pull the camera out. Back on the road Dion, Mitch & Creed surfing this strange but beautiful coastline.

The ocean was blue, the snow white. The air cold and victorian bitter so, so cold. We told a lot of stories. Don’t remember any of them. Spent our money. Less office, more journey. The world is a fucked up place with pockets of beauty.

A short by Kai Neville.

Filmed by Kai Neville & Blake Myers.

Water Cinematography by Talon Clemow.

Additional footage by Shane Fletcher.


Palmera Express

By: Vissla
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Vissla presents Palmera Express
A short film by Eddie Obrand

“They rode the cool Northeast trade winds across an ocean to The Island. They ended up in the bed of a plantation-green pickup truck, with a mad tour guide behind the wheel, and thrashing palmeras blowing above them. They rode stubby fishes and sleek shortboards through lurching, spitting sapphire surf. Each guy had a story, from the gonzo writer to the gypsy traveler. It was there on The Island where these eclectic friends converged one extraordinary winter to explore these foreign waters and revel in this dreamy island life… All aboard the Palmera Express.”

Nomad Boot Inspired by Nate Tyler

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Introducing the Nomad Boot. A functional, stylish boot designed to take a beating in the shop or on the job site and still look good enough to wear for a night on the town.

About a year ago, Nate Tyler asked Globe to make him some boots. He needed something a bit more rugged than the normal “surf lifestyle² shoe, something that could hold up to the rigors of life in the woods above California’s Central Coast. When Nate’s not surfing he can most likely be found working in his metal shop, tinkering with new ideas and creating kinetic sculptures of metal and rock.

Art & Surf culture