Progression – Dakine
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2020 is our year to celebrate progression. From developing the world's first heavy wave surf leash to celebrating 40 plus years of rider-driven designs, we've continued to push the limits of how to best support you in the mountains, in the water, and the journey in between. We are always focused on forward movement, whether on snow, in the water, or anywhere the adventure takes you.

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What Does Progression Mean to You

Casey Brown

Women's MTB Pioneer

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Carissa Moore

4x world champion

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John John Florence

2X World Champion

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Albee Layer

Big wave expert

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Zeke Lau

Vans World Cup Champion

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Casey Brown's Signature Kit

"The inspiration for the jersey came from what I saw was lacking in the women’s riding gear lines, I wanted to have a jersey that looked like a classic vintage race top, not too girly but still cute. The fit is relaxed for air flow and a casual feel. The glove has a minimalist approach, I like to have uninhibited contact with the bars."

"It feels surreal to have a pro model with Dakine, it truly is a childhood dream. I think more clothing companies are going to follow our lead, with more and more women riding professionally and so many up and comers, it seems like a no brainer."

Kaimana Leash

The ultimate fusion of strength, comfort, an ingenuity, delivering the freedom of a leash-less feel. The Kaimana embodied 40+ years of heavy wave surf innovation in the world’s most trusted leashes. Developed with a highly technical design, the Kaimana is delivers supreme comfort, less drag, and unmatched strength in an extremely lightweight package. 

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Split Roller

Progression of an icon. We're reintroducing our iconic Split Roller now made with 100% recycled polyester. 30 used plastic water bottles were broken down and repurposed into yarn to design our best selling luggage. That's 30 fewer plastic bottles in the ocean, in dumps, and on public lands, recycled and ready to hit the road with you.