Surf Culture: ELEVATED Clothing On the List- Jake Stiles We recently launched a new sponsorship platform at ELEVATED Clothing where we pool up-and-coming athletes together who are seeking sponsorships. We call it ELEVATED On The List and it allows our athletes to grow with us and for us to grow with our athletes. We help show them the ropes of what a sponsorship looks like and build with them as they progress. It's a great way for us to get to know them and delve deeper into relationships, preparing up-and-comers for legitimate sponsorships and it's a great way for them to get into some new ELEVATED gear and have access to company perks. Additionally, we can pull noteworthy media out of the group and start bringing exposure to some of these new athletes. One of the first posts that we want to draw attention too is from a young surfer who spends his time split between New York and Puerto Rico. The kid rips! We've got 3 edits from him so far... and this is part 1. Read below to
ELEVATED is fully rooted in Surf Culture. Since moving production to California in 2010, ELEVATED has carefully been carving out it's spot within the surf industry. We believe firmly in supporting surf culture from the ground up. We get involved in grassroots events, we support the up and coming athletes, we sponsor Pro's, and we are becoming heavily involved in events around the world. Our surf athletes stretch from the west coast of California to the sandy bays of Flordia. We fully intend to continue to develop the industry side by side with the other great companies that make the culture we love and breathe. Here on this page you will find all of the media that defines Elevated Surf Culture which we or our athletes and affiliates have produced. Unlike other blog pages where we share Surfing content from across the internet, this page is devoted specifically to all things ELEVATED in the surf culture. http://youtu.be/_pfj3mbAX7Y [caption id="attachment_5528" align="alignnone"
13 MarA 20-year-old Hawaiian surfing prodigy pulled off an incredible trick at the Oakley Pro in Bali, earning a perfect 10 for his efforts. Experts immediately praised it as possibly the best in the sport's history, with his time in the air making it so special. John John Florence, using the strong waves at Keramas, Indonesia, launched eight feet into the air, rotated 360 degrees, and landed safely on the rolling wave. Surfing's scoring system meant that Florence could not be beaten in his heat, and advanced directly into the next round of the competition. Florence's seemingly impossible 'Alley Oop' reaching eight feet can be watched above. "I was in the air and saw the bottom and everythingRead more »
Our good homie Colin Pierce took his GoPro helmet cam out for a test run surfing this week at County Line in Los Angeles, CA. There's something amazing about SoCal surf, especially when you know how to rip like Colin. This guy's always fun to watch and even more fun to sesh with. Music by Evian Christ off of his "Kings and Them" mixtape. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1i60cKGVQeg#t=54