The Hobie Warehouse Sale is BACK!!!!!
We don’t do them very often, just a few times a year, our warehouse sale returns with up to 60% OFF EVERYTHING!!! Come by our warehouse Friday & Saturday March 29th & 30th from 9am – 5pm, rain or shine, for ALL your favorite surf brands discounted up to 60% OFF.
Bikinis, boardshorts, tees, sweatshirts, dresses, Aloha Friday’s, shorts, sandals, accessories, and surf goods ALL majorly discounted!! Hobie branded products will also be featured at 60% OFF or MORE!! Did we mention it’s ALL ON SALE!!! Don’t forget, we always have some specials up our sleeves to share with our loyal warehouse sale shoppers, so expect some extra deals to be had!!!
Come ready to shop!!! Spread the word and see you here!
Make your Dana Point “WINTERFEST” one to remember with BRIXTON’s “Burn Out’s & BBQ” at Hobie DP!!
Our friends at Brixton are gathering their hot rod & classic car/bike friends for a ride showing at Hobie Dana Point Saturday, December 1st, from 12-4pm. Join in for some cool car looking* and BBQ eating!! It’s all for a good cause too!! Bring in either 3 cans of food, new unwrapped toys, or gently worn clothing and receive 20% OFF your Brixton purchase for the day!! All gathered goods will go to support our California fire victims.
So come on out, watch the town light up the tree, hang out with family and friends, give a little and enjoy the start of the season of giving with Brixton & Hobie!!
34174 Pacific Coast Highway // Dana Point, CA 92629 // 949-496-2366
All Ages Welcome / Free of Charge / Open to the Public
*Due to the nature of some of the cars set to be shown, the car/bike show portion will be subject to rain. BUT, the BBQ and fundraiser portion will be a GO, rain or shine! :)
Join us for Give Back Friday, Saturday, Sunday & Monday too.
As Californians, we’re all devastated by the recent fires. Sadly, we can never bring back the lives tragically lost, but… we have several clothing stores, and we’d like to do our small part with your help.
Hobie will donate much needed clothing to those that have lost everything in an amount equal to 10% of our gross sales in all Hobie Stores from the 23rd – 26th.
We are all part of the fabric of California’s unique tapestry. Help us share the love with our Golden State Family.
Come celebrate International Surfing Day with Surfrider SouthOC Saturday June 16, 2018, 6PM-9PM at Hobie Dana Point!!
What do I get if I show up? Hot dogs, popcorn and goodies will be served and we’ll screen the movie Smog of the Sea at dusk! This will be a perfect chance for you to gather with your Surfrider family, or, if you are not already a member, this is an excellent time to learn all about Surfrider’s local chapter and how you can be involved!!
No RSVP needed! This is a family friendly, all-ages event! FREE of charge, and open to the public! Spread the word and see you here!!!
About Smog of the Sea ::
The Smog of the Sea chronicles a 1-week journey through the remote waters of the Sargasso Sea.
Marine scientist Marcus Eriksen invited onboard an unusual crew to help him study the sea: renowned surfers Keith & Dan Malloy, musician Jack Johnson, spearfisher woman Kimi Werner, and bodysurfer Mark Cunningham become citizen scientists on a mission to assess the fate of plastics in the world’s oceans. After years of hearing about the famous “garbage patches” in the ocean’s gyres, the crew is stunned to learn that the patches are a myth: the waters stretching to the horizon are clear blue, with no islands of trash in sight. But as the crew sieves the water and sorts through their haul, a more disturbing reality sets in: a fog of microplastics permeates the world’s oceans, trillions of nearly invisible plastic shards making their way up the marine food chain. You can clean up a garbage patch, but how do you stop a fog?
Using nostalgic super-8 footage, sparkling underwater cinematography, an original score by Jack Johnson and shipmate Simon Beins, and live action footage of the crew’s research, The Smog of the Sea provides a new perspective on the once pristine oceans, and makes an artful call to action for rethinking the scourge of the sea — single use plastic. Directed by Peabody Award-winning and Emmy-nominated filmmaker Ian Cheney (King Corn, The City Dark, The Search for General Tso).