Airplane Mode: Southern France, Northern Italy

Guys and Gals, It’s that time again–time for me to tell you about my European wanderings in hopes of unearthing your deepest levels of envy and jealousy.  Since we last spoke, many dope events have transpired. After Paris, I hopped on the TGV with one of my buddies and headed south to meet up with…

Yosemite in the Summer

Hello I’m Devin from Outlined Cloth, I’ve been a Richer Poorer supporter for over two years and I’m here to outline my faves in fashion, food, and travel. (Caution: Expect large doses of coffee.) Summer is upon us and it’s time to travel. Our first stop, my fiance and I take to the mountains in one…

Airplane Mode: Paris

Guys and Gals, Magical isn’t necessarily a word I tend to use often. I feel like it’s a word reserved for fairy tales. But when it comes to Paris, magical is the only word that can come close to capturing the allure of the city. And when you put 9 of my best friends in…

Introducing: Airplane Mode

Guys and Gals, 18 hours ago I was sitting on the edge of an emergency room table. You know the ones that could be comfortable, but they decide to cover it with that stupid sheet of white paper. Sorry, had to get that off my chest. Anyways, I was awaiting a potential mono diagnosis. Thankfully…

Adventures in Stereo: Atlanta

RP ambassador, Chris Pastras, and friend of the brand, Jason Lee, recently took a trip to Atlanta, Georgia for an Adventure in Stereo. During their time in ATL, the two co-founders and owners of Stereo Skateboards got the chance to discover new places, skate new streets, and meet some rad people along the way. Here…

Sometimes adventure is right out your front door

Being born and raised on Kauai, I was always surrounded by the ocean.  I am able to spend so much time in the water being a professional surfer, and it’s the life you always hoped you would have, it’s my first love. I feel so free  after I have a good surf. It’s the main…

A Day in the Valley

The San Fernando Valley is known for housing Hollywood celebrities, studios, and (most importantly) M Street Coffee, my favorite coffee spot in Sherman Oaks. Most of my friends were in Hollywood or close to the beach in Santa Monica, but I enjoyed the hometown feel of the Valley when I moved to California 14 years ago.…

Van Travels in baja

There’s nothing more classic than a jaunt down to Baja. With its colors, grit, and dust, it offers just the right amount of wild to take your mind off the parking lots and traffic of Southern California. We loaded up a van full of our favorite people and headed south for a bit time, a…

Weekender: Capitol Hill

While Jake (the intern) was climbing mountains in Utah and throwing away money in Las Vegas, I was across the country spending my spring break in my hometown, Pittsburgh, and in the lovely city of Washington DC. Capitol Hill may be one of my favorite places in the world. Aside from its charming colors and…

Turning dust and palm trees into gold with an iPhone.

When you spend a few hours in a car driving from the beach to the desert , you learn a lot of things that seemingly would never come up in daily conversations. Take for instance our ambassador, Alyasha Moore. The guy has more layers of awesomeness then anyone I’ve ever met. More on that in…

Saying goodbye is never easy but it sure is fun!

“I’m heading off to Australia tomorrow for three weeks for the first leg of the world qualifying series and I’m really focused and ready. The things that always take some time to organize when you are getting on the road for a bit are packing my bags, boards and making sure everything I need at…

Honest Hustle in Colombia

We have recently returned from Colombia. Why Colombia? What does that have to do with Richer Poorer? Those are excellent questions. We felt there was no better way to explain our mission than a note directly from co-founder, Iva Pawling. Here, in her own words, we scratch the surface of the honest hustle and why Medellin, Colombia.…