Ellie-Jean Coffey is 19 and blonde and she’s a professional surfer for Billabong. She also posts lots and lots of bikini photos online because, you know, “‘[Bikinis are] just what I wear. Also being in the sun so much, your hair is really blonde and your skin goes very tanned so that’s definitely a positive as well,” according to the Daily Mail. And because of this she has 234,000 followers on Instagram.
Seems there’s nothing the world loves more than young blondes in bikinis who are constantly taking pictures of themselves. The Australian media needed their own Anastasia Ashley or Alana Blanchard. And now we know. It’s Ellie-Jean Coffey.
Brian Himlan, of Longshipdesign, sounds like a pretty centered, serious, thoughtful guy. He makes handplanes and other clever non-standard wooden wave sliding devices which we barely see him ride in this edit from Huck Magazine.
More than just a buzzword, Authenticity is the North Star in a landscape driven by commitment, progression and constant reinvention. From the clothes on our backs, to the content on our screens, to the terrain we ride and the heroes we embrace…originality and true passion transcends it all.
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Modernica is our favorite LA based furniture fabricators (in fact we sleep with them every night) and the fact that they’ve just done a collab deal with HUF is pretty cool. And even though the chair is green, Keith was nice enough to keep the pot leaf off the logo. . .
Don’t know if there was any information in this clip or not. . . wait, guess the news is that Street League Skateboarding has gone form ESPN 2 to Fox Sports 1. So that’s like moving up a number and dropping a little on the viewers. No worries. We like Fox Sports 1 better anyway. And so should you.
Want to ride it, too? Guess you’ll have to wait for the iOS version of the board in game form or something like that. All we can say is we hope these celebrities are getting paid. For more check out HUVrtech.com.
Big mountain dominator Jeremy Jones has added another logo to his helmet in the form of former Japanese electronics giant Sony. Yes, they still exist and are apparently making products. Remember the Walkman? Same company. Guess they even make some kind of video game playing device for people who don’t have iPhones.
What Jones will be promoting is a small POV camera that is apparently the company’s glacially slow response to the GoPro. Footage looks pretty good, too.