We’re stoked to announce our partnership with punk rock group Polar Bear Club. The upstate New York band will endorse our kicks and be featured in the music portion of our annual ad campaign. So, be on the lookout!
To kick-off the new partnership, we’ve teamed up with Polar Bear Club to offer a free download of â€śClose Knit,â€ť courtesy of Bridge Nine Records. Downloading the track is far too easy. All you have to do is pay with a tweet!
Airwalk surfer Anastasia Ashley was at Coachella, wandering the desert with thousands of hipsters for the epic two-day music festival. She of course was rockin’ some Airwalk kicks and flip flops as she enjoyed some of the biggest names in music. Make sure you follow Anastasia on twitter so you can keep up on everything that’s going on with her.
Our friends over at the Epic Proportions tour sent us a few choice photos of them in some rad Airwalk gear. Gabe Kubanda, Thomas King, and Lost in Atlantis all played down at the legendary SXSW festival. If you haven’t caught the tour yet, make sure you check out one of their last two shows. Click here to get their tour info.
We asked surfer Anastasia Ashley what she likes to jam to when she’s not in the water. Check out this nice mix of indie, rap and dance music that’s perfect for a day at the beach.
Jay-Z and Kanye West - H A M
M83 – Midnight City
Gotye – Somebody That I Used to Know
Kaskade – Let Me Go (feat. Marcus Bently)
Kardinal Offishall – Smash The Club (feat. Pitbull, Lil’ Jon, and Clinton Sparks)
Audible Mainframe has released a video for their new single ‘Ready To Fly’ today. This song is dedicated to Victor, their lead singer who was recently diagnosed with cancer. Head over to their facebook page, and show your support.
This celebratory flip flop was exclusively produced as a gift bag item for VIP attendees at Airwalkâ€™s 25th Anniversary party. But, we snagged a few pairs for our favorite fans of the brand and have made them available for you at a special price. Add these flip flops to any order through our online store for only $5. Best of all, the proceeds will go to the Silverlake Conservatory of Music, a non-profit organization dedicated to the study of music to enrich the lives of students as well as the community and society.
Learn more at Silver Lake Conservatory of Music