Volcom, Yo Gabba Gabba and Jack Black = skate culture awesomesauce

Yo Gabba Gabba tees | VolcomVolcom is my kids’ absolute obsession around these parts. They’re hardcore skateboarders, and Volcom represents everything that is awesome about skater culture. One of my sons insists on only wearing shirts emblazoned with their logo. He has two, and if they’re dirty? No worries. He will gladly dig them out of the laundry basket. Talk about brand loyalty at six years old! 


And now Volcom’s newest collaboration is the raddest thing since sliced bread, because they have figured out a way to raise the roof on cool. Intrigued? Oh, you should be.

Volcom and Yo Gabba Gabba have joined forces along with superfriends Jack Black and his son, Mark Mothersbaugh of DEVO, Wayne Coyne from The Flaming Lips, Dave Grohl and his daughter Violet (sooo cute!), Jon Heder (aka Napoleon Dynamite), and Biz Markie.

Each of these creative talents showcases their Gabba love on Volcom gear that is beyond hot. My favorite is Jack and Sam Black’s take on Brobee (above). Then again, I’m always down a Biz Markie t-shirt gracing my kid’s chest (or mine). And you have to watch the Volcom video describing the collaboration. It’s crazy fun.


Yo Gabba Gabba Biz Markie tee | Volcom
    jack black shirt for volcom and yo gabba gabba
mark mothersbaugh shirt for volcom and yo gabba gabba
But that’s not even the half of it. Somehow, Volcom and Yo Gabba Gabba have pulled off another unbelievable feat. Rocket from the Crypt, a band last heard from on Halloween in 2005, has reunited for a sweet song to celebrate the collaboration, that you’ll get free with any t-shirt order after October 2.


Limited edition Rocket from the Crypt record
Get on it! The record promo will not last, but oh, the skate-magic will, if your family is anything like mine. The hard part will be getting the shirts off my sweaty sons’ bodies so that I can wash them.  -Eva


Get the celebrity-created Yo Gabba Gabba Volcom tees and the limited-edition Rocket from the Crypt record at Volcom.

Eva Glettner is a lover of street art and skateboarding, the blogger behind Skate Mamas, and a former contributor to Cool Mom Picks

1 Comment

  • Reply September 27, 2012

    Erica Reinhart

    OMG! Thanks so much for the post~ MUST get.. My son is obsessed with Yo Gabs and Jack Black ever since he rode his bike in on that one episode lol

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