Published on October 19, 2019 by
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In celebration of Jackson Pilz first curated Skateboard Collection for Volcom, we visited his home and dug deeper into why he chose this particular collection.

Living in a beautiful and quiet part of Australia’s Sunshine Coast with his fiancé Alana and daughter Olive, where they’ve created a lifestyle one could easily envy.

Jackson tells us that he created this collection to suit whatever a day Skating… or his daughter might throw at him.

Filmed and edited: Danny Camara

Music: “When it comes to you” by Dead Ghosts

Skater & Dad, Jackson Pilz, Curates His Own Volcom Skateboarding Collection | Volcom

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