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Lookbook Fall Winter 2018.

THE LEGEND OF THE MOUNTAIN & THE WAVE Mega cities. Mystic mountains. Chaos. Culture. Art. Stunning landscapes. Epic waves. Epic people. Weird food and wild times. Japan effortlessly melts all of these things into one fluid existence. The land of the rising sun was an obvious choice for Quiksilver’s creative immersion trip. Ever y season, our team travels to a new destination with the goal of absorbing it all and channelling it into a collection. Home to the piece of art that inspired our iconic Mountain and Wave logo, Japan struck a special chord. Through unique colors, distinctive prints and innovative materials, we worked a little a piece of Japan into ever y garment. This season, we’re introducing our new Adapt line — a purpose-driven capsule with refined urban style. Adapt clothes go the extra mile, keeping you fresh from the sleepless streets of Tokyo to the beachbreak peaks of Chiba. Fusing our heritage in surfing and subculture, the Quiksilver Originals range comes with color pops straight out of Harajuku’s main street. And our boardshort collection is simply the finest we’ve ever made. Our patented Diamond Deluxe fabric features best-in-class flexibility and lightness while the moisture-wicking lining keeps you rash-free — these boardshorts will go as far as you can push them. Topped off with original prints inspired by elements of Japan, we take art infused performance to the next level. T his is 183 – we hope you like it as much as we do.


Quiksilver Highline Performance Boardshorts Beachshorts Boardshorts for living


Adapt: Purpose Designed, style refined Quiksilver Originals

Quiksilver has come a long way since 1969, when Alan Green stitched together the world’s first performance boardshorts in a small garage in Torquay, Australia. But one thing hasn’t changed — our insatiable desire to innovate. T he Highline Series is made with our Diamond Deluxe fabric, an ultra-light, low-friction and fast-dr ying material that puts comfort first. This season features original designs inspired by Japan’s deep cultural heritage. We also experimented with grung y moon-wash techniques, classic checkers and more. At the end of the day, these boardshorts look as good as they feel.

Highline omni arch.

Highline zen division.

Highline shibori slash.

Highline Silent fury.

Highline cherry pop.

Baja variable beachshort.

Baja acid beachshort.

Applying our surf subculture heritage onto the canvas of modern streetwear, our Originals collection comes with an unmistakable attitude for the now. Inspired by Tokyo’s bright and bold culture, this season combines premium fabrics and modern silhouettes to create extremely wearable pieces that make you stand out from the crowd. No surprise Quiksilver Originals is the go-to choice for most of our riders.

Wax off.

Originals quik check hoodie. Checker beachshort.

Surf class.

Early faze.

Acid sun.

Slide out.

Konga pass.

Highline turbo.

Rad trad.

Original denim.

Barby point.

Restless for adventure, we spend our lives pursuing empty waves and untouched powder — but we’ ll always settle for a quick hour session before work when it comes down to it. Combing style and function, our new Adapt line is engineered for comfort in all conditions. W ith innovative technologies and premium materials, you’ ll be ready for any adventure.

Double stringer.

Qtrvl shirt. Light-weight, stretchy and wrinkle-free – yep, it’s the perfect shirt for your next trip.

Kuju crew.

Adapt fleeces are breathable, stretchy and ultra-light. Plus, they’ve got moisture-wicking DryFlight technology and internal pockets to make sure your valuables are right where they belong next time you find yourself wandering down the wrong side of the street on an off-beat surf trip.

Quikbond fleece.

Yattemi zip.

Quikbond crew neck.

Go big. Pack light. The QPak Coach is a waterrepellent jacket that can fold up into a small, packable pocket. Be prepared for anything without eating up too much space in your bag.

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