1994. It was the year that the Beastie Boys went big, that Quentin Tarantino's Pulp Fiction hit cinemas, bands like Blur and Oasis were bigger than ever, Nirvana released 'Unplugged'. Hell, it was the year that Nelson Mandela became South Africa's first black president.
'94 was a year of rapid change, and a defining 12 months in pop culture. That was reflected in the clothes people chose to wear.
In Winter '94 Rip Curl took that culture and made it our own, with a Winter Surfwear Collection that defined an age and a movement.
This is a reincarnation of the range that originally appeared in Rip Curl, Winter '94. Join the movement.