With poncho-inspired lines, the Brosarito Pullover delivers on south-of-the-border surf trip design, updated with a modern feel. Made from twill jacquard knit with a yarn dye stripe, the lightweight pullover hoodie is finished with a woven arch logo label at the pouch pocket.
With minimal styling and a clean finish, the Standard Issue Polo is a modern staple. Classic jersey fabric has gotten a garment wash for extra softness. Finishing details include a chest pocket and woven label at the side seam.
Lightweight cotton tee with extensive distressing and wash to deliver the most premium soft hand and perfect slim fit. Printed and garment dyed to create natural and uneven color fade, reminiscent of our favorite tee traveled in. The custom contrast stitching detail at the shoulder and pocket is a signature of Roark Well Worn tees.
From our campsite each evening on a grassy peak in the Ninepin Islands, we‚Äôd watch the sky try on every pastel color before the lights went out. It looked a little something like the yarn-dyed stripes on the Ninepin Knit.
RVCA and Baker have long been affiliated with one another. Going back to the original RVCA skate team which consisted of then Baker team riders Leo Romero, Brian Herman and Kevin “Spanky” Long. Today RVCA and Baker share some of the most influential and creative street skaters including Andrew Reynolds, Kevin “Spanky” Long and, Zach Allen so it was only natural to collaborate on a limited line of clothing. Closely designed with the boss himself and PM Tenore, inspired by the Baker team and their roots in skate culture.