THE REMOTE PARADISE
SURFING & LIVING IN KLITMØLLER
The FIRE+ICE Individuals for Spring/Summer 2021 live in Cold Hawaii, a local’s surf spot in Northern Denmark. Remote solitude and a rough climate combined with the North’s best waves make the hearts of our four pro surfers beat faster every day.
From beach to city streets, the collection perfectly combines performance with the free spirit of the brand. The highlights consist of bright colours, neon patches and unique Hawaiian-inspired prints styled in lightweight down, athletic tights, tees and cosy hoodies.
ANNA-JULIE LA COUR VÅGEN
Anna-Julie could spend the whole day surfing. She was born and raised in Copenhagen, but lived in California for a while. She now lives in Klitmøller, a special place for her because it brings surfing fans together.
Mor devotes his life and soul to surfing. For him everything revolves around fast boards 24/7. He is the founder of the surfboard brand Columbus, and owns a surfing school and a shop. Klitmøller fascinates him because there are always new surfing spots to discover.
Born on the island of Huahine (French-Polynesia), Vahine has had a love for the sea from the cradle. Along with Mor she runs the surfing school “Cold Hawaii Surf Camp” in Klitmøller where she now lives and whose magical vibes she especially loves. Every day surfing teaches her more about herself.
Nobody knows Klitmøller better than Robert, he was born here. Of course he also grew up with surfing as a result. At a time when the town was not yet known everywhere for its fantastic waves. He understands the hype around Klitmøller, but loves his home town above all when it’s as untouched as before.
ABOUT COLD HAWAII
Klitmøller, a remote spot in the north of Denmark with around 800 inhabitants. Now better known as Cold Hawaii, because the wind offers the ideal conditions for surfers like on the island of Hawaii only at significantly colder temperatures. Many young surfers now live here and give the place its very own, dynamic atmosphere. People come to Cold Hawaii from all over the world to experience the unique waves up close. The surfing competition, the “Cold Hawaii PWA World Cup” where the world’s 32 best surfers compete, is held here every year.