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Parker Coffin

Parker Coffin

De: Santa Barbara Age: 21

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Birth Date: 09/26/1995

Birth Place: California

Currently Living: Santa Barbara, CA

Years Surfing: 11

Height: 5'5''

Weight: 140 lbs.

Sponsors: Volcom, Monster Energy, Etnies, Channel Islands, Arnette, Mophie, Sexwax

Volcom rider since: 2008

Favorite Spot: Macaronis

Surf With: My pops and my brother

First board: My first ever surfboard was a bright yellow "RIPPINSTIX" that was 6'2'' or something like that. It had a rounded nose and an epic swallow tail. My dad and I painted it and everything together. I remember being so fired up when I got it that every night before i went to sleep I would take the wax off and stand on it like I was surfing.

What gets you motivated to surf: Good people... the best surfs are when the waves are the worst but there is an awesome crew of friends.

Side Tracks: Girls, art, food

Music/Bands: Year Long Disaster

Videos/Movies: Caddyshack, North Shore, Fast Times at Ridgemont High, Dazed and Confused, Dumb and Dumber, The Hangover.

Best Style: Mitch Coleborn, Bobby Martinez, Tom Curren, AI.

One thing you can't leave home without: Laptop

Inspirations: My brother


A Candid Photo Journal: Welcome To Water Ep. 3 - Indonesia
A couple months ago, filmmaker / photographer Scott Stinnett ventured with some of the boys on the Volcom Surf Team to South East Asia to a little place called Sumbawa, located in the middle of the Lesser Sunda Islands chain. Sumbawa, a highly sought-after surf destination for people all around the world, offers many heavy world-class barrels, prodominately lefts, accompanied with a shallow coral reef bottom. For the traveling surfers and cameramen like Scott, Sumbawa is a great place to journey to for a variety of waves and tons of land exploring. Their mission? Shoot some clips of Balaram Stack, Parker Coffin, Imai Devault and Noah Schweizer for a surf edit (watch here), venture to a few remote areas for some lifestyle photography, have some fun, and live to tell their story. Conclusion: they lived, but their story wasn't as exciting as today's current news in the world, so we didn't write a story. Although, Scott was able to capture some memorable moments from the trip through the use of his Yashica T4 and Wide Lux Panoramic cameras which we just had to share. Take a peek at some of the photos below! PHOTOS: Scott Stinnett, @melllow_yellow CAMERAS: Weatherproof Yashica T4 35mm Point and Shoot, Wide Lux Panoramic Camera Fadi, pronounced "Faw-Dee," was the crew's epic tour guide and drove them around to some mystical secret locations The boys were stoked when Fadi showed them this secret hideaway in the forest This spot wasn't surfable, but Parker Coffin didn't want to leave 100 degree weather, fully clothed, with an old Volcom tee wrapped his head. Score! In the background you can see a pretty sick left, which unfortunately, wasn't surfable, so the boys moved on to another location The gateway to the dream left that was scored in the edit. The crew ended up calling that wave "Baldman's" for a local incorrectly pronouncing Balaram's name. Once you walk through that path you are rewarded with this sight. The granny farmer, who owns that piece of land, is shown here holding the gate open for the crew. Imai Devault at Baldman's Imai with the first leap into an unknown lagoon Taking a break from the road This desolate, beachy farm land makes for a good photo The boys' first look at Baldman's A small Indonesian girl on her way to pre-school. It's fascinating traveling thousands of miles away from home to see how native people live and grow up, hugely disconnected from the world you and I live in today. Noah and Parker, full zen mode The Nomad Resort The heat made Parker a little thirsty... Here's Fadi (on the right) wondering what a kid from Florida and a kid from California are doing staring off into the depths of a lagoon On the way to the waterfall. Beautiful scenery in every corner of Sumbawa kept traveling from place-to-place a treat rather than a burden. The long walk back from Yo-Yos (the smaller, fun-looking right from the edit) The boys watching Balaram swing from a tree into the water. Balaram, with a miscalculated attempt to fear of landing on tree roots (shown on the left), hung onto the rope and slammed back into the tree. Nice one, Balaram. On the way out from granny farmer's crops and into Baldman's Rocks were slippery, but careful foot placement ensured no one fell off the cliff. Too bad. Would've made for a cool photo. Imai
Sumbawa, Indonesia – Welcome To Water (Ep.3)
Episode 3 of our Welcome To Water video series dives into the beautiful island of Sumbawa in Indonesia with Balaram Stack, Parker Coffin, Imai Devault, and Noah Schweizer as they tackle a rippable right and find a sneaky little left slab to spend their Indonesia days for a few weeks. The guys also wandered through the neighboring forest and stumbled upon an epic waterfall w/ a swing! Peep the video (above) and let us know your thoughts in the comments below! Check out Surfline's full-feature photo journal from this trip: Welcome To Water - Video series Episode 1 - "Big Waves and Heavy Barrels in Hawaii" Episode 2 - "Proving Maui"
Volcom Team Jamming on the East Coast of Oz
Volcom Team shredders Carlos Munoz, Ozzie Wright, Parker Coffin, Mitch Coleborn, Joan Duru, and Gony Zubizarreta jamming on the east coast of Australia during the warmer months. The team’s varied, as are the conditions, which makes for a fun mess of small(er) wave hot-dogging. Carlos for Costa Rican prez!
Parker Coffin X Young Wise Tails
Parker Coffin, currently recovering from a recent injury, capitalized on his down-time to put together this brand-new edit, courtesy of Young Wise Tails. Glue yourself to the computer monitor for the next 4 minutes and watch Parker punt some huge airs and get tubed in California, Portugal and Hawaii, and enjoy some groovy tunes by New Order!
Volcom Stone presents... True To This: "North Shore Household"
Volcom Stone presents… True To This: “North Shore Household” featuring the Volcom surf team getting shacked and shredding out front of the Volcom houses on the North Shore of Oahu. Riders: Gavin Beschen, Kawai Lindo, Dave Wassel, Carlos Goncalves, Balaram Stack, Alex Gray, Zeke Lau, Tom Dosland, JD Irons, Parker Coffin, Dusty Payne, Miguel Tudela, Tai Vandyke, Mitch Coleborn, Yago Dora, Carlos Muñoz, Kai Mana Henry Also check out the previous True To This videos featuring Dusty and Burch!: Volcom presents True To This: Dusty Payne "Sanctuary" Volcom presents True To This: Ryan Burch "The Rush of the Continuous Rhythm"
Day Two - 2014 Volcom Pipe Pro
PIPELINE PUMPS FOR DAY 2 OF THE VOLCOM PIPE PRO!! Banzai Pipeline, Oahu, Hawaii (February 3rd, 2014): After three consecutive "Lei Days", Pipeline awoke with a roar this morning and day two of The Volcom Pipe Pro got underway. The decision to run was an easy one when contest directors rolled into the Volcom House and saw some of the best waves of the contest waiting period so far. Conditions were very good with light NE trade winds and firing 8-12 foot Pipeline. Parker Coffin - Photo: Bielmann Everyone knew it was going to be a day to remember as soon as the first few heats were completed and all throughout the day we saw deep barrels, late drops and crazy wipeouts. Brent Dorrington - Photo: Bielmann There were incredible moments in every heat but one of the highlights of the day was heat number nine with John John Florence, Evan Geiselman, Michael February and wildcard Parker Coffin. It was a battle of the four youngsters, one of which is the three-time Volcom Pipe Pro champion. Evan Geiselman went nuts right out of the gate and caught one of the waves of the day scoring a 9.63. He then backed his wave up with another amazing tube ride and earned an 8.90 just a few minutes later. After taking a bad wipeout, Parker Coffin paddled out the back and stroked into a bomb and got barreled across the entire reef to the tune of a 9.40. Unfortunately for John John, Pipe did not cooperate with him today and the two Pipeline newcomers upset one of the favorites to win the event. Evan Geiselman - Photo Bielmann, The official forecaster of the 2014 Volcom Pipe Pro, calls for plenty of remaining swell tomorrow so check in at 7:30(HST) for the call. Competition will resume with heat number 14 of the round of 64 featuring Carlos Munoz, Nathan Hedge, Kai Barger and Ian Gouveia. Be sure to check out the days Photo Gallery, Heats on Demand and Highlight Videos!