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Surfing The Nations collaboration with Stoked On Life!

For the next ten days, Surfing The Nations is collaborating with SOL (Stoked On Life) to bring you some limited edition “Surfers Giving Back” apparel and promote the idea of using your talents and passions to make a positive impact!

100% of the sale proceeds go to Surfing The Nations along with all of the merchandise on SOL’s website (solsunglasses.com) for the next ten days.  Visit teespring.com/surfersgivingback  to check out the limited edition t-shirt, tank and hoodie!

The Vintage Goes Mobile!

The boutique that is drawing people from all over the island is coming is to you!
 
 
The Vintage Humanitarian Boutique is going bringing their treasures to two events packed into one weekend.
 
 
The first event is The Hawaii Collector’s Expo at the Blaisdell Exhibition Hall, February 21-23.
You can find The Vintage there Friday 4-9 PM, Saturday 9-6 PM, and Sunday 10-4 PM.
Admission is $5 per day (free for military with ID).
 
 
For fans of the Honolulu Night Market in Kaka’ako, The Vintage
will be vending at the ‘Pack It Up’ resale event at the Pinch Of Salt warehouse,
Saturday, February 22nd, 10 AM- 2 PM.
Get ready to take home heels from the 1940s, Aloha shirts, handbags, items for the home,
first edition classic books by Alexandre Dumas, and more!
 
 
For more on The Vintage, check out their Facebook page.
 
 

See you there!
 

Bangladesh 2014

This Spring, Surfing The Nations embarks on their 10th annual Bangladesh Surfing Adventure, from April 9th until May 3rd. The team will be venturing to the outer island of St. Martin, as well as surfing Cox’s Bazar, and holding the annual Freedom Surf Contest, the only surf contest in the country.

In keeping with their mission of giving back, the team is collecting surf gear and clothing for the surf club in Cox’s Bazar, and also bringing clothing and supplies to the Burmese refugee population.

It is incredible to see how the sport has grown since STN first started to go to Bangladesh in 2004, and even more fascinating to see how surfing has impacted Bengali girls. Nasima is one of those girls whom STN has had the privilege to introduce surfing to.

Filmmaker Heather Kessinger was inspired to capture the story of Nasima and give a glimpse into the life of the young women in Bangladesh. The final leg of the film entitled ‘The Most Fearless’ will include footage from the Freedom Surf Contest.

Check out the trailer for ‘The Most Fearless’ below and watch this space for more updates on the trip!

(Don’t forget to follow us on instagram @surfingthenations and watch the hashtag #stngo for photo updates!)

 

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