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Quiksilver No Agenda

July 10th, 2012 by John Zanussi

Quiksilver’s newest surf flick, No Agenda, which features “everyone” is now online and free to watch. We’ve got it right here along with the link to download it to any or all of your devices. More »

New York Premiere of Quiksilver’s No Agenda

June 22nd, 2012 by John Zanussi

Quiksilver’s new surf film, No Agenda, which “features everyone” is making it’s New York premiere tonight at the Quiksilver store in Oceanside. On hand for the premiere will be New York’s own Balaram Stack and Hawaiian Reef McIntosh. The event is free, which is rad, and it should be a good time. Details below. More »

Surfer News

Kelly Slater Career Stats Infographic

June 20th, 2012 by John Zanussi

Quiksilver has put together this massive infographic that highlights the super impressive stats that the 11 time world champ has racked up over his long and still on going surfing career. More »

Industry News

Quiksilver’s Byron Bay Holiday Apartments

April 2nd, 2012 by Samantha Rupert

Quiksilver’s cruel April Fools joke about building an underwater hotel in Torquay, Victoria, Australia was extremely disappointing (yeah I fell for it), but it’s not actually too far from the truth. No, just to clear up rumors, Quiksilver is NOT planning to construct a deep sea hotel similar to the Poseidon Undersea Resort in Fiji or even the underwater accommodations at the Conrad Maldives Rangali Islands Resort. More »

Get Stacked

March 7th, 2012 by Samantha Rupert

Patrick Cummings, a New York City-based filmmaker and owner of Fine Thanks Inc., recently released a trailer for his newest documentary “Stacked.” The documentary centers around Long Beach, NY’s surf star Balaram Stack and the controversial 2011 Quiksilver Pro New York world tour event. More »


Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast Final Recap

March 6th, 2012 by Samantha Rupert

The first official world tour event of the year finished off with a surprising twist to an otherwise uneventful contest. Snapper’s crumbly, mushy conditions last week hardly made for a great show and after three lay days, the contest finally saw it’s end on Saturday. Australian high-flyer Taj Burrow and Australia’s sweetheart Stephanie Gilmore both took home first place in the Quiksilver and Roxy Pro Gold Coast at Snapper Rocks putting them both in the lead position for the world title race. More »

Parko Perfect 10

March 1st, 2012 by John Zanussi

Joel Parkinson absolutely destroy’s this wave. Although it isn’t the nicest perfect 10 we’ve ever seen, it was well deserved based on the conditions at Snapper Rocks during Round 5 of the Quiksilver Pro Gold Coast. More »


Quiksilver NFL NY Giants and NY Jets Boardshorts

December 23rd, 2011 by John Zanussi

If you’re a football fan living in New York, chances are you’re probably a Giants or Jets fan. You’ll also know that tomorrow’s matchup between the two teams means a lot for each team’s playoff hopes. This is a surf blog so I’ll spare you my thoughts on the game but what better way to root for your team then by wearing a nice pair of Quiksilver boardshorts. Quiksilver has teamed up with the NFL to release a line of shorts that represent teams from the NFL. Up until the summer only two of the California football teams were available but right before the Quiksilver Pro New York started Quik debuted shorts for the Giants and Jets. More »


Quiksilver Pro New York 2012 Cancelled

December 16th, 2011 by John Zanussi

Today was going just fine until the news that the 2012 Quiksilver Pro New York just landed in my inbox. After all the back and forth that went down a few days before this past year’s event I can’t say that I’m surprised that it fell through for 2012. Full press release from the ASP is below. More »


2011/2012 Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau Invitees

November 30th, 2011 by John Zanussi

Tomorrow kicks off the 3 month long waiting period for the Quiksilver In Memory of Eddie Aikau Contest. This big wave contest is invitation only and features some of the best surfers in the world along with a lot of the core big wave surfers from Hawaii. Since the waves need to be at least 20 feet to even be considered to run the contest, there have only been four times in the last ten years where the event has taken place. There have been some incredibly memorable moments since it’s inception in 1984 and hopefully Waimea Bay will see a big enough swell this year for it to go. Below are the 28 surfers invited to compete along with the list of alternates. More »

Kelly Slater’s Road to 11

November 3rd, 2011 by John Zanussi

Quiksilver put this video together for Ke11y showcasing some of the many highlights throughout his professional surfing career. More »


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