Aussie Island new product. Feast your eyes on this visual treat from Brown Bear Visuals Jacob Laham, and Javier Rodriguez. Thank you to the models Katy Nickel, Leah Thompson, Hlot Ksor, Michael Eakins, and Stone Tippet.
New Back to School clothes in the shop. Stop by and see what new Fall clothing has arrived at the store.
Nobody likes to go back to school. You might as well look good while you are there. We have new shipments coming in daily from: Vans, Arcade, Billabong, Burton, Hurley, Hippy Tree, Quiksilver, Roxy, Rip Curl, Salty Crew, Stance, Volcom and many more brands. See whats new out there.
Model: Molly Gilbert
Film and Edit by Molly Kath Lewis
Song: “It’s Not Easy” The Rolling Stones
New Carolina Surf Brand NC t-shirt in stock now. Here is a little background on Carolina Surf Brand in case you don’t know about them yet.
Carolina Surf Brand, a lifestyle company known for unforgettable events such as the Carolina Surf Film Festival, and a line of homegrown, stylish apparel and gear is proud to stake our trident in the heart of the surf scene in the Carolinas . You’ll notice Carolina Surf Brand and Carolina Surf Film Festival share a very similar logo. The bold wave and trident logo represents our commitment to deliver stellar events and merchandise that you won’t find anywhere else. From day one, our mantra has been “to give more than we take”. Working with local artists and vendors whenever possible, we stay true to that core principle. We’re also honored to raise funds and awareness for nonprofits such as Surfers Healing and Surfrider Foundation.
Winter clothing is 40% off. Plenty of great deals up for grabs. Come by and score some great gear on Sale. Pictured O’Neill Maybelle Sweater, Billabong Hot Mama Denim, with Half United Ryan Necklace.
We are restocked on State of Shaka hats and tees at the beach shop and town stores. We love the new ladies raglan. Go check out StateofShaka.com. James is doing something great for the youth.
Help support state-of-shaka. Here is there mission:
The vision for S.O.S started several years ago in Wilmington N.C. when I noticed as an elementary school art teacher and surfer that not many of my students had experienced surfing. State of Shaka developed as a chance to share my love of surfing, teaching and design. The goal of S.O.S is simple… sell t-shirts to offer local youth in need the opportunity to learn how to surf! Surfing is often so much more than the experience of riding a wave. Like other sports, surfing offers youth an outlet to develop their discipline and character as well as broadening their life experience and adding to the enjoyment of life. Our instructors are all advocates for their students’ successes, not only in surfing but also at school and at home.