Published on August 9, 2018 by
  • Volcom


We couldn’t be happier to welcome Sam Atkins to the Skate team. We have spent many hours already in the van and on the road and one thing is for sure… Sam is Van Proof and a family member to the team already.

Read and interview with Sam at: http://vol.cm/saminterview

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