Featuring photographs from Clark Little, John John Florence and Jon Rose, the Athlete Photo Tees brings the travels and experiences of Hurley athletes and ambassadors to your closet. See the collection here

Punk rock and tattoo art go hand in hand, and Tokyo Hiro is one of the great connectors. Apprenticed under the great tattoo artist Bob Roberts, Tokyo Hiro has become synonymous with body art and music. HIs work spans the music world, from Bad Religion to The Casualties to Offspring. His traditional methods haven't changed, but his legend continues to evolve and grow. See the Tokyo Hiro Tee collection here.

Downtime calls for serious training. John John Florence takes you through his pre-heat shorebreak routine.

Sights and sound bites from the 2014 Hurley Pro.

  The 2014 Hurley Pro displayed how far the level of surfing can go when the world’s best are let loose onto the world’s most high performance wave. Ample swell, pristine conditions, and 34 competitors determined to win led to an incredible display of progressive surfing. Relive the highlights of the event here

The 2014 Hurley Pro is here, and with solid swell already marching in, expect to see the world’s best surfers push the sport to all new heights. To watch the event live, visit here

Our friends Cheap Girls stopped by Hurley Recordings to jam out a performance of 'Slow Nod.' Learn more about the band here and grab your favorite Cheap Girls gear here

When the future's this bright, it's easy to see where surfing's headed. For Jake Marshall, Barron Mamiya, Nick Marshall and Noah Beschen, a trip to Indonesia was all it took to light the way.

This Friday, there will be a service held to commemorate Jay's life and the amazing commemorations he made to skate and surf culture. Click 'Full Story' for details concerning the ceremony.

John John Florence and Kelly Slater discuss their historical heat, which took place during arguably the greatest surfing contest of all time at Teahupo'o.

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