It's the Jollydaze again and we're here to help with the Gift Giving. Here are a couple ideas of goods we think are good to gift. We'll have more gift ideas every week in December, so keep checking in.
Rolling Death Maui // rollingdeathmaui.com
This gang of tattoo artists and motorcycle monkeys are having too much fun for us to ignore. They’re coming up with all new ways to hang loose. Like the Shaka-Okole enamel pin.
Burton // burton.com
What if backpacks replaced cars? You’d probably want a backpack that had a lifetime warranty in case it broke down. You’d probably want a pack from a company you know and trust. You probably wouldn’t want the same backpack as everyone else. If backpacks were cars, you’d probably drive a Burton.
Export Backpack // $69.95
Granted // grantedclothing.com
Traditionally hand-knit Canadian wool sweaters are like campfire-warm spun gold to cold water surfers standing on the shore after a pounding swell on a stormy day.
$410 (Canadian) $317.13 (US)
Westerlind // westerlindoutdoor.com
If your life is a book fill it with adventure stories and doodles of weirdly shaped naked people you meet while soaking in natural hot springs. If your life is a book it should probably be embossed with your name. Westerland can help with the embossing, but you'll have to do the rest.
$22 // Or win the STAY WILD one above for free on our Instagram>>>
OluKai // olukai.com
The ground on the Hawaiian Islands will slice your bare princess feet into tiny pieces like a cheese grater. If the broken glass-sharp volcanic rocks don’t get you, the needle-sharp quills of the sea urchin will. Oh, and don’t even get me started on the giant stinging centipedes, scorpions, and man-eating tiger sharks. If it wasn’t for good sandals, the Hawaiian tourism industry would crash.
Li’i // $120
Landyachtz // landyachtz.com
This skateboard is made from Pacific Yew in Canada. Historically the Yew was used by First Nations people to make bows and arrows because the wood was super flexy and strong. This is just one of the radical woods used in the Revival Series.
Forest & Waves // forestandwaves.com
I totally wear this blanket on the beach and around the campfire. It’s on my bed right now waiting for me. I’m probably too old to have this sort of relationship with a blanket. You won’t tell anyone, right? Designed in Canada. Made in the USA.