In alliance with our tradition of classic California essentials our new Bing Surf Utility hat collection offers a variety of functional options to suit your individual needs. This four-style assortment includes beanies, foam truckers, cotton five panels and farm hats offering multiple alternatives to our mainstay Flex Fits.
The “Nightcap” beanie is a solid, 100% acrylic beanie with the Bing Good Karma woven label, as basic and effective as it gets for this standard issue essential.
The Mandala and Good Karma trucker hats, foam and mesh adjustable truckers that can be worn in and out of the water. Our two options include one of our most popular logos, the Bing Mandala, or our timeless message of spreading Good Karma.
The State Park and Cattlebrand label five panels are 100% cotton soft caps with elasticized adjustable closures and slightly curved brims. These versatile utility hats are perfect for stuffing in your backpack, jacket pocket or boardshort until you need to pull it out for use.
The Cattlebrand Farm hat is flat brimmed hat with a shorter crown and adjustable back closure that has a totally different attitude from its five panel brothers.
It was a great night at Bing Surf Shop on Saturday, June 22nd! We released the latest Bing longboard model designed by Israel Preciado and Matt Calvani. Free margaritas with Suerte Tequila were flowing, as well as $5 Dinner plates full of delicious El Nopalito tacos. Movies and music were playing in the Coffee courtyard from 6pm - 9pm. Check out the video and some photos from the night. For more information about the Izzy Rider Model, click here. For now you have a chance to enter to win a Izzy Rider by purchasing a $10.00 ticket, with part of the proceeds going to TheraSurf.
Bing Rider Will Allen in a short video by Cameron Nelligan titled 'Sleeping Tacos'. Will is riding a 9'9" Bing BN Lightweight. The BN Lightweight Model is a lighter weight version of the Original Bing Noserider.
We were driving at night and thus had already broken one of just two rules we made before crossing the southern border. It wasn’t really our fault. A long construction delay due to recent landslides held us up for over an hour. We passed white crosses on the winding downhill, marking those who’s brakes gave way or tequila got the best of them.