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Lucas Vergnes, Autumn Dream

Watch team rider Lucas Vergnes shredding in West Oz on his recent trip there. Lucas’s one of the best riders out of Reunion Island and has been travelling to WA and Indo recently, gathering sick footage.

An Autumn Dream from Nos Dalons Prod on Vimeo.

Ivan Pulic F!ckin ripping! New vid out!

Team rider Ivan Pulic ripping on vid. Sick Edit by fellow team rider James Kates

James Kates’s latest video clip is out!

Sushift™ team rider James Kates’s latest clip is here!

James’s signature leash is available here and his signature board from HB Bodyboards is coming super soon! Yeah James!

Sushift Wallpaper – Ivan Pulic x Russell Quinn Photography

This is a special week with a cool wallpaper from Sushift™ featuring our team Rider Ivan Pulic, shot at one of his local reef on a sick day by photographer Russell Quinn. We thought it’d be cool to ask Russell about the shot wince we’re releasing that shot as a free wallpaper download for desktops and mobile phones. Enjoy!

Desktop Wallpaper

Desktop Wallpaper – Click to view and right-click to download

Mobile Wallpaper

Mobile Wallpaper – Click to view and right-click to download

How to download? It’s simple just click on the Desktop and/or Mobile image above and then when it opens in a pop-up window just right-click on the image and download to your computer. Enjoy!

Interview with Photographer Russell Quinn

- Where and what day was it? This image was taken a few winters ago at a fairly well-known reef on the NSW South Coast, Australia. The local gatekeeper is Moot Young, who has been surfing it for over a decade now, I think.

- How do you guys link everything together for a shoot? Did you connect before or just showed up there? Ivan and I have been shooting together for more than six years now. We first started surfing together, and then as I started shooting more we just continued to chase swells together, except with me behind the lens. We are always in contact when there’s a swell on the horizon, and luckily we both have the freedom to chase it when it’s good.

- Is it hard to get the angle on that particular wave or you’re just paddling in the channel between sets? By most people’s standards it’s a pretty straightforward wave to shoot, but as it gets bigger you can get strong currents that pull you into the impact zone, particularly if you’re shooting fisheye. This day I was shooting 70-200mm, so I could easily sit on my board in the channel and only have the occasional wide one to negotiate. Other than that it’s a pretty fun wave to shoot.

- What gear / equipment did you shoot this particular shot with? For this shot I used a Canon 1D Mk 4 and 70-200mm 2.8 II lens, inside an Aquatech housing.

- Is the rider aware of the photographer in the channel and stuff and do you communicate between waves or just let the rider(s) do its/their thing and hope for the best? I think when you chase swells with a photographer the rider is always aware of the photographer’s position in the channel and generally they work together to make the shot happen, but we are both fairly relaxed about it all and I just let him do his thing. Ivan is also really patient and waits for only the best waves, which works well for me too.

- Do you often shoot or see Ivan in the water? Yeah we’ve been shooting together for around six years and seem to work together really well. I recently bought a Ski with my brother, which we use for general leisure more than anything, but it has come in handy when the waves are good and Ivan is around to shoot with.

- How is it knowing your shot will be used by a magazine or a brand? For me, the most rewarding thing about shooting is either seeing it in print, or used by a company to promote the rider, whether it’s print or online. Ivan is a top bloke so I stoked to see him get any exposure, and if it’s my shot then that’s even better haha.

Thanks Russ!

Mr Katesy enjoying some quality time on the boogie

Jo Jay in SW France

Sushift™ team rider Jo Jay shredding in SW France

James Kates at Black Rock

Style & Flow! Katesy having a good time at Black Rock

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Ivan Pulic’s latest video

Ivan shredding! Filmed & Edited by Jordan Coles

Soyroll becomes Sushift

November 2013 – For immediate release: Premium Bodyboarding Acessories brand Soyroll™ has a new name! Say hello to Sushift™ – Today marks a new step in the evolution of the company and its international growth.

We’re happy to announce that the company will now be selling products and operating under its new name: Sushift

The international expansion of the company and the distribution of our products will now happen under this new name that we’re exciting to reveal today. New products and a larger accessories range are coming in 2014 as we’ll keep pushing our quality and objectives even further. With a solid team of international riders and unmatched products quality Sushift™ will not only be all that Soyroll™ was but even better.

Our team, our products and our love for neat designs, hi-quality products and service remain the same.

FREE STICKER for you: If you receive this email you’re a friend of Sushift™ or you have shopped before on the Soyroll™ Store. We have a little present for you: a FREE Sushift™ Sticker! All our past customers on the online store can get a FREE Sticker. All you have to do is to go on the Sushift™ Online Store and order a sticker with this coupon code: FREESTICKER

Your FREE sticker will be sent as soon as we receive your order.

Cheers from Sushift™, see you in the water.

Sushift™ International team consists of: James Kates (AUS), Jack Johns (UK), Ivan Pulic (AUS), Wade Masters (AUS), Brett Roldan (USA), Tom Gillespie (IRL), Lucas Vergnes (REU), Greg Vorster (CAN), Rui Pereira (POR), Francisco Bessone (POR), Germain Romigou (FRA), Mael L’Helgoualch (FRA), Alan L’Helgoualch (FRA), Nicolas Marianelli (FRA), Hugo Lagarde (FRA), Julien Le Sehan (FRA), Jonathan Jay (FRA), Jean-Sebastien Geffroy (CANARY), Derek Crater (FRA)