Surfing, Skateboarding, Music, Photography, Travel, Culture and general antics of the youth on the run.
Down the street from the What Youth office is a new spot that fuels our coffee and surf daydreams. It’s cleverly enough called Daydream Surf Shop. It is the vision of Kyle Kennely (the creative behind the 3 Slobs, remember them?) and great surfer in his own right and his girlfriend Becca Mantei. Our office is…
Tour the Back Den archive with the man himself.
The Growlers put on their Beach Goth Music Festival at the Observatory in Santa Ana, California and we were there to witness all the tricks and treats.
It’s called Depactus and we got our first glimpse of it during the Agenda Show last week.
Freedom Artists are a group of surfers and skaters who have turned the artwork of their talented friends and artist’s work into rad, one of a kind shirts, done the old fashioned way, with a screen print.
You’ve no doubt seen the shirts. The boards. The hats. The gear. And the boys. Tamba is a staple for those in Hawaii, and it’s no surprise when you see it popping up more and more in California, Australia and around the world.
We welcome Andrew Doheny to the Frog House team with male nudity and Coors Light.
If we’re being straight, this idea has the syrupy scent of the marketing department. But since we first wore Analog’s Wheel Wash denim (Dylan Rieder’s signature Dylan Jean) we’ve become fairly monogamous.
We visit Tim Swart, founder and proprietor, to learn about UNIV.