Wednesday Wants Surf Gear Blog 2-6-2013

Wednesday Wants Surf Gear Blog 2-6-2013

Five things to stoke out the bros
Volcom Drew Toonz Tee
Volcom Pipe Pro X Drew Toonz Collab Tee
Creator of the infamous Johnny Stone, Drew Toonz has teamed up with Volcom to produce a one of kind tee to celebrate the Volcom Pipe Pro. Far from your average and boring contest tee, this bad boy will have the ladies drooling and the bros begging to borrow. Even better, a portion of sales go to the "Live Like Sion" foundation.—Justin Coté
$22
volcom.com

Volcom Pipe Pro Tee
2013 Volcom Pipe Pro Tee
Even though you didn't win the contest, nothing says "I saw John John win that shit!" more than a tee with the bad-ass warrior helmet on it. And it's not just me who wants this tee—every time I come home from a contest the bros are like, "Did you bring me a shirt?" Well, here ya go bros, click the link below and get one for yourself!—JC
$22
volcom.com

Macbeth Shoes
Adams Camo By Macbeth
The Adams by Macbeth are low profile, comfortable kicks that look as good as they feel, both physically and spiritually. These shoes are vegan, and while I eat meat (a lot of meat), and I wear leather belts and jackets, it's nice to know that at least one thing on my body didn't come from the destruction of an animal. Also, I'm a huge fan of camo print. Some of you may think that wearing camo shoes with a Hawaiian shirt might be too much, I just think it's awesome. In short, the Adams' are light, comfy, low profile, and perfect for those sockless days of spring just around the corner.—Chris Coté
$50
Macbeth.com


The Ascot Tee By The General's Surplus
I have a tattoo on my left calf that has a boating ring, a bottle of white wine, a small sailing craft, and the words "Yacht Rock". I love yacht rock so much. There's something about the yachting lifestyle that really appeals to me, and while I don't know how to sail, I do know how to enjoy shrimp, white wine, and the sweet sounds of Christopher Cross. The classic "Tuxedo T Shirt" has been a sartorial mainstay for party people for decades, but that could all change with The Ascot Tee, this shirt could open up doors to the yachting world that you never even knew existed. Get that shrimp on ice, but don't forget to save a few cubes to put in your Chardonnay—let's party.—CC
$25
Generalssurplus.com


StompLab Bass Effect Processor By Vox Amps
I play bass guitar in a band called Kut U Up, yeah, I'm pretty rad. Anyway, I often get jealous of the cool pedals my guitar playing brothers get to use—all the screeching overdrives and killer echo stuff available with just a tap of the toe. But I can admit that while I enjoy the sounds guitar pedals make these days, I am either too inept or too lazy to really dig in to the world of pedals and figure out how they work. Thankfully, Vox has come out with an all-encompassing Bass guitar pedal that is jam packed with a vast array of sounds that can make even a mediocre player like myself sound amazing. The StompLab is easy to understand right out of the box and in the first jam session I was already rocking heavily distorted death metal licks, scaring my friends. Oh, Kut U Up is playing The Belly Up on February 12, (bellyup.com) and appears on a new compilation CD called Unsigned Unrest. Yes, that was a plug, yes, it was flagrant. Thank you.—CC
$70
voxamps.com