Kelia Moniz

With 2 world championship titles, Kelia is one of the most graceful, carefree, and above all, versatile surfers in the world. She's equally fluid off the lip or cross-stepping to the nose; whether she's longboarding or shortboarding. As a grom, Kelia and her four brothers were dropped off at Waikiki early in the morning and didn't get picked up 'til sundown. By fourteen, she was not only competing against the world's best in longboarding, but also beating them.

When Kelia is not competing on the ASP World Longboard Tour, she spends most of her time hanging in the ‘Doll House’ in Manhattan Beach, CA with her best friend and roommate Bruna Schmitz. She's known as "Sister" among all the South Shore folk because that's what she's become to the world at large. Sis's biggest goal is to be a "positive influence in women's surfing," she says. "I want to help make women's surfing bigger."

Follow Kelia on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook.



When we hit the beach and paddle out, we’re not afraid to turn heads. We’re here to have fun, catch waves and share the stoke. Our latest #POPsurf collection is set to bring new life to the lineup with prints drawing inspiration from the 70s and 80s kaleidoscopic surfboard art.

If subtle-but-fierce is more your style, check out the solid black surf onesie with embossing to make a statement. Made with top technology and designed to be surf-ready, you will be ready to charge.

Join Steph, Monyca and Kelia in this clip from their most recent surf adventure through the Maldives.


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From our saltiest groms to our World champs, we love sharing the stoke on a daily basis, but on June 20th we are joining our athletes and the surf community to celebrate International Surfing Day by heading to our favorite beach to surf, participate in beach clean up or soak up the weather with friends.

And to sweeten the deal, ROXY and Quiksilver are donating $10 from every boardshort and swim piece sold today to the Hawaiian Lifeguards. Because good karma swells and the ocean belongs to everyone.

Surfrider Foundation is hosting over 200 #ISD2016 events across the globe to enable every person to give back to their local beach or favorite surf break. Stay up to date throughout the day by following #ISD2016 on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for all the fun!

To kick things off we asked our team to tell us what surfing means to them -


Mainei Kinimaka // Hawaii

To me, surfing means practicing Hawaiian culture and sustaining my ancestral traditions.

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International Surfing Day 2016

Nao Omura // Japan

Surfing is the happiest thing in my life!

International Surfing Day 2016

Bronte Macaulay // Australia

Crystal clear water, afternoon glass-offs , sunny days and endless smiles. How lucky are we...

Happy international surfing day!

International Surfing Day 2016

Kelia Moniz // Hawaii

Surfing to me is this… Waikiki. To me Waikiki means family, it means joy and it means memories. There’s a feeling you get there that you can’t get anywhere else. There’s a feeling that I get when I surf a wave here, it makes me fall in love with this wave riding thing over and over and over again.

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International Surfing Day 2016

Laura Macaulay // Australia

To me, surfing means to enjoy and appreciate the moment with family, friends and nature.

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International Surfing Day 2016

Justine Mauvin // France

To me, surf could mean Science Under the Rights of Freedom. Surfing takes me to the right place, where you learn about reaching the essence of being free.

International Surfing Day 2016

Chloe Calmon // Brazil

My connection with surfing is so deep within my soul, that every time I paddle out I feel I blend in with the ocean. It feels like the waves and I are only one being...

International Surfing Day 2016

Monyca Eleogram // Hawaii

Surfing to me is freedom. It’s the opportunity to live in the moment and let go.

Smile, laugh, stand up, sit down, go straight, or swerve. there is no right or wrong way. Freedom.

International Surfing Day 2016

Sienna Marshall // Australia

The ocean is my happy place where my fears, emotions, thoughts and feelings can be set free. Surfing feels like nothing I have ever experienced before. It makes my world turn, surfing means the world to me.

International Surfing Day 2016

Leila Riccobuano // Hawaii

Surf reflects my life.... Everyday and every wave are different.

International Surfing Day 2016

Bruna Schmitz // Brazil

Surfing to me is everything I know. I couldn't imagine my life without it. It just wouldn't make sense!

International Surfing Day 2016

Sophia Chapman // Australia

Surfing is my happy place, nothing compares to the feeling of freedom you get from the ocean.

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LeeAnn Curren // France

Go down the line and hunt for tubes. Happy international surfing day :)

International Surfing Day 2016

Vahine Fierro // Tahiti

My love for surfing will never go away

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Lizzie Stokely // Australia

Surfing is the best sport in the world

. Even though every wave is different, the feeling it leaves you with is always pure stoke!

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Bianca Buitendag // Sth Africa

To me, surfing reflects the freedom and joy that is available once recognizing your dependency and learning to trust the One that created all of life, every wave and you.

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Savanna Stone // Hawaii

I love surfing because when I am on a wave I feel most powerful, and the ocean makes me feel at home.

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Piper Harrison // Australia

When surfing I'm part of something bigger. The power of the ocean and the world surrounding me, I appreciate the incredible world we live in.

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Alyssa Lock // Australia

Surfing is my past, my present and my future

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Chelsea Tuach // Barbados

Surfing has shaped me into the person I am today. I'm thankful for the highs and the lessons and for the beautiful people I've met along the way.

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India Robinson // Australia

Surfing means the world to me, out of the water i feel like a different person, the real me is in the water.

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Sage Goldsbury // Australia

I love everything about surfing, floating in the ocean with my family and friends, sunshine and the uplifting bliss after a good wave.

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Meg Roh // America

I've surfed every day for the past five years because surfing to me means endless adventures and smiles.

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Caroline Marks // America

I love surfing. Love is surfing every wave like it's your last.

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Lucie Milochau // France

Surfing is wake up every morning thinking at what will look like the session

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Rosy Hodge // Sth Africa

Surfing is something I wake up thinking about everyday. It's the constant source of what makes me happy and has shaped the best memories in my life.

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Sierra Kerr // America

I surf because it makes me feel good. I love to be in the water with dolphins swimming by me. I smile and laugh a lot surfing with my family and friends and that makes me very happy.

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Mahé Javegny // France

Surfing is everything for me and the things I prefer to do. It’s an amazing feeling, the best feeling in the world.

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Sakura // Hawaii

Surfing is so fun and make me happy and smiles.

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Juliette Brice // France

I don’t even have words to describe what does surfing mean to me, It’s just the best feeling in the world and I couldn’t imagine living without it!

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Summer Macedo // Hawaii

Surfing is my "rock". It reminds me of who I am and what I love to do.

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Gabbi Knudson // Hawaii

Surfing is pure stoke, and is what I look forward to doing everyday. It provides a way to hang out and make friends and surf some of the best waves in the world. Surfing means everything to me, and I will never take it for granted.

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Stephanie Gilmore // Australia

Surfing sure is magical! Right here in my happiest place, smile on my face, it must be love! Happy International Surfing Day friends :)

International Surfing Day 2016

When our ROXY girls go on a shoot, they know how to have a good time. Do you think it might have something to do with the amazing places they go like France in the Spring and the Maldives - both dream locations, right? One look at these photos and you’ll be planning a getaway of your own, fast.

Introducing the Black and White Collection

The black and white collection has everything you need to throw in your bag for a weekend getaway with your girl gang - there’s a onesie, poncho, halter tops, shorts and jeans to choose from. Ladies, get in formation, good times ahead.

Check out the collection here.

Introducing the Black and White Collection

Monyca wears the Womens Chill Break Poncho

Introducing the Black and White Collection

Kelia wears the Underwire Bandeau Bikini Top and the For Cassidy Denim Jeans. Monyca wears the Sunset Smooch Top

Introducing the Black and White Collection

Monyca wears the Essentials Halter Separate Bikini

Introducing the Black and White Collection

Steph wears the Cherry Symbol Tank

Introducing the Black and White Collection

Introducing the Black and White Collection

Introducing the Black and White Collection

Their whirlwind trip may have come to an end, but the #3Amigos are still riding the high of sun, stoke and plenty of sushi after a week of traveling around Japan. We asked Kelia to give us a recap of their adventures, her favorite #3Amigo moments from the road and a little extra insight into their lifestyle.

Read more about Kelia’s favorite moments from the land of the rising sun here:

First thing you need to know about the #3Amigos is that coffee is mandatory in the morning to get us going. This is our happy place.

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

We may clog your instagram feed with some serious try hard photos sometimes but there’s far more fun in the moments between what you usually see that I love way more. Some of my faves from this trip i’ve included below, keep scrolling :)

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Bruna’s convinced that the 90s style bikini was made for me. I don’t exactly see what she sees but i’ll run with it anyway! What do you think?

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Monzy: She’s like the sun, so bright, never dull and makes everyone happy. There’s not one bone in her body that isn’t loveable. Not to mention the most RIGGED (rigged means rocking bod) human i know. Look at that perfect smile. I LOVE this photo.

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Bru Bru: Google classy and her picture should come up. Effortless gold, and i’m not just talking about her looks, her heart is one of a kind. Her persistent strength could rule a nation.

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Afternoons usually land us at a beach somewhere. In this case we enjoyed the black sands of Chiba. Nothing without a little happy hour and blasting some Riri and Beyonce. You best believe there was a beach dance party soon after this photo was taken.

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Chiba golden hour is quite a treat! This photo makes me so happy inside. The ocean is such a beautiful thing and when the sun sets over the sea, there’s nothing like it.

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

My squad, our squad, we are the #3Amigos. We love travelling the world together, wining and dining, bikinis with our boyfriends/husbands in tow.

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Lumps and bumps. People keep asking me if I love surfing big waves after my Tahiti clip. For the record, I do NOT like big waves! I LOVE baby waves like this.

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

Thank you Chiba for being so playful!

Postcards from Japan: Kelia’s Travel Journal with the #3Amigos

We may have captured the best #3Amigos photos on this trip. Japan really brought the best out of all of us. Did I mention we got matching bikini tattoos? Yep! This is our official gang sign, #3AmigosForLife



After two days cruising the Greenroom Festival in Yokohama, we were eager to explore the streets of Tokyo before heading to the coast. With just 24 hours up our sleeve in one of the most populated capital cities in the World, we initially wondered where we should begin. As it turns out, the better question was where does it end!

Rather than the group deciding on where to go, we handed the decision making to Monyca. Wherever she wanted to go, we would follow.

Take a look at our time out in Tokyo and a few of the hidden gems we loved -

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Sunday PM

The famous Shibuya Crossing - Everyone loves taking a few photos here. It's a fun way to capture your Japan experience. It is absolutely packed with people and it really makes you feel small in this wild world

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca


Shinjuku - The World's largest train station is situated in Shinjuku, so checking this area out was crazy. Fast pace, bright lights and people coming and going in all directions. We had landed our selves in the busiest part of Tokyo city. This would have to be the exact opposite way of life to my quiet and laid-back lifestyle in Hana

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca


Monday AM

Harajuku - The perfect place for some retail therapy. Harajuku has everything, from high-end fashion to fun Japanese brands, you could shop for days. Plus there's plenty of adorable little coffee shops and restaurants in this area. I loved being able to see a great mix of culture and people here too.

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Postcards from Japan: 24 Hours in Tokyo with Monyca

Arigato for the fun Tokyo! Next stop, Chiba for some S U R F

What better way to kick off our weekend in Japan, than cruising the surf culture, art, film and music at the Greenroom Festival, along Yokohama’s historic waterfront. The two day festival gave us a chance to not only immerse ourselves amongst over 100,000 like minded salty souls but to hang out with the local fans and share some serious selfie stoke.

We asked Bruna to round up her favorite moments from the weekend and how she can best describe the experience -

Day 1

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

ROXY girls unite!

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Was Japan what you expected it to be?

I've heard only good things about Japan, I love sushi and I couldn't wait to visit Japan for the first time. There is a big Japanese community in Brazil, so we learn a bit about their culture growing up. I'm over the moon with this place, the people are incredibly polite, the city is so clean and I love the street style (and obviously the food just gives that perfect final touch!).

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Tell us about the surfing fans in Japan?

We did a little meet and greet at the ROXY GreenRoom booth. I knew before I came here from Kelia and Monyca, that the Japanese fans were super passionate, but experiencing it is a whole different thing. They made us feel so special, they are so thankful and sooooo happy to see us, it was adorable. The girls were so polite and lovely, my favourite new word is "Kawaii" which means cute :)

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

What's the Greenroom festival all about?

Surf, Music, and Art. I love live music, I will always find an excuse to go see bands, and I love the idea of festivals, live music during the day is my gem. The GreenRoom was such a great experience because the one thing that usually gets me at festivals is the crowd and people bumping into you, but not in Japan, people are way too nice and polite.

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival


Day 2

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Tell us the one part you love most about Japan?

The people.

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Top 3 must do's when in Yokohama at the Greenroom?

Check out the art gallery space. It's amazing.

Most definitely come to the ROXY booth so you can hang with the 3 amigos.

And enjoy all the live performances, our most favourite this time was Nattali Rize she rocked it!

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Picking out her faves

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Postcards from Japan: #3Amigos at the Greenroom Festival

Until next year Greenroom!

Prepare to become an expert in the enviable skill of fishtail braids with Monyca’s easy How To video and step-by-step snaps (it’s so much easier than you think!)


Step 1: Brush or comb you hair to remove any knots and then gather hair into a low pony and separate into two even sections.

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid

Step 2: Take a small section of hair from the outer edge and cross it over to the opposite side.

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid

Step 3: Then repeat the process for the other side so the two small strands are crossing in the middle.

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid

Step 4: Continue overlapping hair making sure to keep the strands even from each side so your braid is consistent.

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid

Step 5: You can keep going all the way to the ends or like Monyca, finish approximately ¾ of the way to the bottom. Once you have woven your hair to your finishing point, secure with a hair tie or clip.

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid

Step 6: For a beachy twist, gently pull on each side of the braid to loosen the weave.

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid

Get the Look: Kelia’s Fishtail Braid


And viola! Beautiful beach braid in less than five minutes.

Make sure to tag @ROXY in you braided snaps on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

As the ROXYpro got underway at Snapper Rocks, Monyca, Kelia and Bruna (AKA the 3 Amigos) and the Summersite crew packed the car and headed to Byron Bay, and all that the North Coast of New South Wales had to offer. Rambling through rainforests, glamping on the beach and plenty of empty waves.


Read more on the girls' Aussie adventures here >

We can feel the mercury rising as a fresh POPsurf collection hits the line up. A perfect clash of bold tropical florals with statement stripes and premium tech detailing for some serious fashion and function.

We’ve never been afraid to push a few boundaries when it comes to innovative surf style, and this season is no different. Unique cuts and 100% recycled fabrics create a dynamic mix, built for endless Summer slides.

Explore the collection here >


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You’ve probably already seen the photo, 2x World Longboarding Champ, Kelia Moniz, dropping into a 15ft Teahupoo bomb on a 9’4 single fin longboard.

Then you probably saw the wipeout clip on STAB, or maybe saw the comments filtering through on social media. Fans, strangers and the wider surf community paying respect for something that no man or woman has possibly ever attempted.

Sitting in the channel witnessing the whole thing go down were, fellow team riders, Monyca and Steph, plus legendary Quiksilver waterman Jamie Mitchell and renowned photographer, Tim McKenna - here are their stories from that day….


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Tim McKenna, Photographer (has most likely shot every major wave ridden at Teahupoo)

Kelia had already ridden some crazy waves during that session at Teahupoo. The swell was building and the conditions were perfect. We all thought that she would call it a day after a few waves but she went back out to the line up with Raimana for one last wave. She seemed more pumped than ever.

Longboards and Teahupoo don’t really mix that well and it was a miracle her board was still in one piece. As the big set rolled in she made part of the steep drop but the water was really sucking up the face of the wave, making it hard for her log to gain enough speed.

She was so committed with all her weight forward, that’s when her feet slipped of the deck, her body landed straight back on the board and she started to slide down the face.

We all held our breath for a few seconds as she wiped out in a pretty bad section of the wave. Kelia popped back up with a big smile on her face as people were cheering on from the boats. She is a true Hawaiian charger and the reef cut on her leg, just another battle wound, a Teahupoo reef tattoo full of memories.



Steph

We hadn't seen too many huge sets roll through. We knew the swell was building so we went out just to witness the wave. Both Jamie and I were injured so we were only spectating from the boat. It's always a little nerve wrecking with Raimana there as you know at any moment he'll tell you to jump on the ski 'it's your turn'. Sis is always pretty chill but her usual giggle turned a little more nervous when she got the call up. We knew Raimana would choose the biggest wave so I was a little nervous for her. You can tell it's a big wave when you see the other surfers in the lineup start scrambling to get into position, or into safety. Next minute we see the wave approach, Raimana says to sis 'this is it let’s go'. At that point she had no choice. He put her into a good spot, she had a good entry into the wave. As the wave started to completely bottom out, Sister still looking ever so stylish, started to slip and our hearts started to drop.... And then she belly slid over the falls. As intense of a wipe out as it was, I knew sis was laughing the whole time, and that's the beauty of what was 'the' moment.


Monyca

Sisters Teahupoo experience was so radical. We knew there was some good swell coming, and she kept telling me that she really wanted to get "a wave" out there. I wasn't thinking about it that much because I was feeling guilty about not having the same drive for such a crazy wave. As the day approached I could tell that she was serious because she was pretty focused, and a little nervous the night before. When we got out there the next day it seemed pretty manageable at first, and she got a few waves that I was definitely excited about, but they didn't really scare me TOO much. Side note, I was on the boat watching from the channel, so it was big to me! Then the biggest set of the day approached. I was just thinking, "no way they are going for this thing." Sure enough Raimana powers up the motor on the ski and sis jumps! Gliding across the face of this wave with pure focus and grace. It was gorgeous and terrifying at the same time. When she fell she body slammed straight onto her board, then bounced onto the face and over the falls. It was such a big wave, and such a gnarly wipe out that I swear my heart stopped. When she finally popped up there was another huge wave ready to break on her head, but in the nick of time Raimana swooped in and pulled her to the sled within a millisecond of getting obliterated by the wave behind. As they drove into the channel I immediately burst into tears of relief. My best friend was safe, and she was sooo stoked. I still cant get over it. I’m so proud of her.



My nurse @monycaeleogram making shitty things look gud. ALWAYS #Limed

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Jamie Mitchell - 10x Molokai to Oahu Paddleboard race World Champ, big wave surfer

I was in Tahiti for a Quiksilver photo shoot and we were all hanging out with the ROXY girls that day. When we all wrapped shooting, Raimana organised a boat for Steph, Monyca, myself, Raimana and crew to head out to Teahupoo. When we arrived we saw a few 6-8 ft sets and it was perfect, super clean and just beautiful. Steph and I were both carrying injuries and Monyca was happy watching from the boat, so we all were just cruising having a good time.

Raimana paddled out on his SUP and got a few waves and at that stage there was a few pulses in the swell and a few 10 ft bombs started rolling through.

We started saying to Sister ‘hey wouldn’t it be crazy if you could go get one on your longboard’ and sort of laughed about it. Then I remember thinking there’s no better time than now. So we all just got her pumped up and she just decided ‘hey what the hell’ and jumped off the boat…

Her first wave she went for was solid and about 8 ft and she gave it a good try but was too far up the nose and her fin didn’t hold the line and she ended up skipping out and having a pretty bad wipeout. At that stage we thought she would be done, but instead she did the fly by with Raimana and a huge grin on her face, you could tell she had all this adrenaline rushing through and went straight back into the lineup.

I had a feeling she was going to go big, and I was right. The next one she went was a solid 8-10 ft and she did really well to ride it as far as she did. Kelia made the drop, set her line then the single fin just couldnt hold and she had a horrendous wipeout. She fell then proceeded to body surf down the face over her board then get sucked up over and just pounded so hard. From the boat, Monyca was screaming and freaking out thinking she just saw her friend die and the rest of us were just screaming, waiting for her to resurface.

Once she came back to the boat the energy was just really cool. Sister was pumped, we were all high fiving, Monyca was still crying and we were all happy to see her in one piece with only a few scratches. The girls cracked a few beers and hugged it out and that was it, the end to a epic day. Big props to Kelia for charging that day, it was awesome to see.



#ROXYSneakPeek

We are constantly in awe of this humble Hawaiian. Sister charged, took a few tumbles, caught some reef and came out with her trademark smile as wide as ever. Unknowingly inspiring countless followers in the process.

If you’re not already, follow Sister on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook for your daily dose of her kick-ass Aloha spirit.

We’re no strangers to the Tahitian islands and the warm, inviting Polynesian charm that inevitably draws us back time and time again.

For our latest campaign shoot we rediscovered paradise amongst the spellbinding azure lagoons, lush tropical jungle and whitewashed beaches of Huahine.


Jump aboard and cruise the clip above with Monyca, Steph, Bruna, Kelia and Zoe, then take a look at our latest collection here

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

With it’s name referring to the feminine curve of the island's mountain ridge and derived from the Tahitian word for woman, Huahine’s garden of eden landscape had us captivated from the moment we arrived.

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

We spent our days adrift, tracing the coastline of the archipelago on our sailboat, the Jovita. An Argentinean monohull boat built in the 1950’s, which set the perfect tempo for our stay. With our favorite bikinis and sunny essentials on board, we found waves, deserted white sandy beaches and turquoise waters teeming with cartoon-colored fish.

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Paradise found! Sailing into a Tahitian dream

Explore the latest collection here and stay tuned for some exciting giveaways and exclusives by following ROXY on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook

Seven days in paradise with an awesome crew sounds like the ideal holiday doesn’t it? For the ROXY team it’s all in the name of work, to shoot our latest campaign amongst the stunning islands of Tahiti. Fortunately the location delivers a cruisy vibe, laid back locals and more sunshine than you can handle.

Monyca, Steph, Bruna, Kelia and Zoe certainly made the head office team jealous as their dreamy #ROXYSneakPeek ‘grams filled our feeds. Here’s a round-up of our faves from the shoot and a heavy dose of travel inspo all rolled into one.


Wahine || Huahine Tahiti

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Sundown drive by's

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Bathing in um #ROXYSneakPeak @roxy

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BIG PASS

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WOODY WOODPECKER @stephaniegilmore

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Lost in Paradise Perdida no Paraíso #Tahiti #Livingit

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Sneak peak of a little boat life fabulous with @monycaeleogram cc: @roxy @olaeleogram #ROXYSneakPeak

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Papeete we will see you soon #AirTahitiNui #RaimanaWorld | Papeete jaja estamos ai xau xau

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Clearest water! @roxy #roxysneakpeek #airtahitinui :#gopro

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Spent yesterday here Tahiti is stunning @roxy #airtahitinui

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