Andy Scott wins Night Of The Living Vert comp

Superdead’s Andy Scott flew into Spain last weekend and took home the number one spot at Volcom’s “Night Of The Living Vert” comp and hucked out the classic ‘Scrambled Egg’ in his runs.

Watch the footage below that also features the following skaters:


1. Andy Scott 500 €
2. Jean Postec 200 €
3. Alain Saavedra 100 €
4. Danny Leon
5. Diego Doural
6. Bruno Rouland
7. Urtzi Unanue
8. Ibon Mariño

VOLCOM 2012 NIGHT OF THE LIVING VERT from Volcom on Vimeo.

Volcom European tour in Berlin and Prague

volcomFollowing the other 3 episodes of the Volcom European tour that have already hit the web over the last few months, the latest webisode documents the team made up of David Gravette, Collin Provost, Roberto Aleman, Peter Molec, Fabian Verhaeghe, Axel Cruysberghs and Nassim Gaummaz traveling through Berlin, and Aaron Suski, Collin Provost, Axel Cruysberghs, Peter Molec, Fabian Verhaeghe, Thaynan Costa skating Prague.

Volcom Target Parka

Are you going through January blues, back to work, school or college, freezing your butt off in this winter weather front? If so, here’s a solution to find some happiness.

Volcom have unleashed a contender for Jacket of the Year to sort out your problems with their latest Target Parka that comes with a free feeling of being wrapped inside a baby lamb.

The warm, inner lining is soft, snug and also runs through the hood so you can keep your ears and head warm too. In fact, the Target is packed with so much of this lining that skating in this jacket would probably be a chore as it’s not lightweight enough for a shred and lacks the much needed breathing holes for any serious movement.

There’s no shortage of pockets inside this superb parka. Firstly there are 2 chest pockets to warm your hands in, filled with a super soft lining that instantly toasts your fingers. Two other button up pockets can be found on the front for gloves and the like, and there’s also a sturdy inside pocket for your phone and other technical junk.

This wonderful jacket is primarily designed to tackle the basic, day to day winter worries and does so with ease. It comes in both black and sandstone colourways and is guaranteed to keep you warm, so look no further than here this winter as Volcom have smashed it with simple, non-fussy, quality threads. Price wise the average is around £149 but these also vary in price if you search online. Go get one today and fight those cold days head on.

Click here for a Volcom Cuff Beanie to go with this.

Donate your old jeans to Volcom and help the homeless

Volcom are doing the right thing this Christmas and helping the homeless. Their “Give Jeans A Chance” pledge is all about collecting old denim and passing on the donated items to the Whitechapel Homeless Mission for redistribution. How can you help? Donate your old jeans that are just sitting in your cupboard, you know, the ones that you are too fat to get into, or the jeans that have gone out of fashion, we all have them just sitting there.

Just drop any old pair of wearable denim jeans or jackets into the London or Falmouth Volcom Store’s from today until December 10th and you’ll be given a free Volcom cap, DVD or CD in return. If you are donating to the London store, you will also be entered into a raffle to win a pair of tickets to see Gallows in December at XOYO on December 10th which is sold out.

Visit for more details.

In other relatd Volcom news, check out their new Cuff beanies here.

Volcom Fear Pyjamas

We woke up this morning to receive a parcel from Volcom that said ‘Happy Halloween’ on the package, shaped like a coffin! You can imagine how quickly this was ripped open, puzzled to know what was inside, only for my anxious hands to pull out a set of Fear Pyjamas in time for the Halloween Massacre!

The coffin box contains a long sleeve top and pants with elastic waistband and drawstring cord. The quality of this set is amazing. I had them on in a few minutes flat to feel the soft, brushed cotton sit on my skin and offer me some serious warmth in seconds.

Get these on this winter and pretend you are in the Misfits!

Cardboard artworks by illustrator Matthew Bromley