• The so called King of New Zealand lives in a lovely 12 Sqm hut by the ocean, loves barbeques and don't mind you stopping by.
• New Zealanders prefer window seats when flying because then they can "see home".
• If you jump high enough with your snowboard, you can see all the way to Hawaii.

These facts have been scientifically proven by WeSC.

2 WeActivists in New Zealand

15 Stores in New Zealand

  • Fusion Surf and Skate

    Cuba Mall 89
    New Zealand
    Occupying Cuba Mall since 1996, Fusion Surf Skate's roots are Wellington. Representing the best of international surf skate apparel and shoes, with a strong street influence.
  • Rumor

    45 Duke Street Cambridge Waipa 3434
    New Zealand
  • Auckland
  • Boardertown

    New Zealand
    Boardertown is East Auckland's premier snowboard, skateboard and wakeboard retailer. Through a strong consumer focus, Boardertown has developed into a leading supplier of all major snow, skate and wake brands and there associated products. Focused on impacting the community, Boardertown is involved in a wide range of activities including event organisation, community activities and working with local schools

    Boardertown commenced trading on 10th July 2004 with a very basic fit out and limited stock in the Centrepoint Mall, just off the main st in Howick. It has slowly built up its stock levels, credibitly and customer base. The company has been through four major break-ins as well as countless difficulties with a mall that is now in desperate need for redevlopment.

    With Boardertown continuing to grow and the Centrepoint mall continue to deterioate the company began a search for new premises. After much debate and forward thinking the company decided on Botany Town Centre as the position with the most potential for the company to continue its expansion. A lease was signed for 160sqm space in October 2006.

    Boardertown has gone from strength to strength since its move!
  • Conch Records

    Ponsonby Rd 115A
    1011 Auckland
    New Zealand
  • Mix Foundation

    61 High Street
    1010 Auckland
    New Zealand
    (09) 303 4757
    Now in our 11th year, the Mix Foundation store in High St, Auckland is New Zealand's longest running specialist DJ store.

    Mix Foundation was established in 1993 in Auckland (formerly trading as DMC New Zealand), specialising in DJ Remix Service vinyl imports, together with DMC merchandise and later DJ equipment.

    Mix Foundation are committed to offering you the most reliable range of DJ, PA and music production equipment, with great customer service, while offering you the confidence of full back-up and after sales service support via our flagship Auckland store. Whether you are a DJ, music producer, bar, nightclub, school, band or church we can tailor a sound equipment solution to your specific needs however great or small. We are also committed to offering you highly competitive prices, so remember that if you find a better price from another legitimate NZ retailer let us know and we'll do our best to offer you the most cost effective and least risky solution. We are able to ship internationally to Australia and the Pacific (as well as most destinations). If you have had equipment stolen or damaged we also offer a full insurance claim service in conjunction with your insurer. We also offer a Student Discount on non-discounted products.
  • Method

    292 Broadway, Newmarket
    New Zealand
  • Christchurch
  • Infinite Definite

    High St 184
    8011 Christchurch
    New Zealand
  • Dunedin
  • Slick Willy's

    George St 323A
    9016 Dunedin
    New Zealand
    Only the best fucking shop ever in Dunedin. And the staff are MEGA hot.
  • Hamilton
  • Sisters on London

    61 London Street
    New Zealand
    t: +64 7 839 7658
  • North Shore
  • Cheapskates Takapuna

    Barrys Point Rd 75B
    North Shore
    New Zealand

Whats up in New Zealand

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Party time at Good as Gold with our NZ WeSC DJ Activist Marek

Don't miss out on the funnest weekend EVER on this planet in Wellington
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INSTANT - WeSC NZ Activist Sean Aickin 15 years of Photography

We are very proud of our WeSC activist Sean Aickin who is having his 2nd solo exhibition of photographs and it opens this week!
'Instant' 15 Years / 275 Photographs*
The show is being held at Good as Gold and opens this Friday (27th September the night before the Good Shit 2013 Party) between 6 and 8pm. The show will run for two weeks closing on Sunday 13th October, if you can't make it down to the opening then stop by and check out the images. Please find the attached… read more →
sean aickin

Seconds Magazine Launch (Issue 3)

Thursday saw the launch of Issue 3 of Seconds Magazine at August Cafe in Wellington. Into the third issue 'Seconds' is a predominantly skate influenced magazine produced in Wellington New Zealand. Contributed to by photographers from Aussie and NZ most have a skate influence however my contribution was to shoot 150 Fujifilm Instax Mini shots and attach one in each printed issue.

Peep the pics below. And get your copy on pre-order here
sean aickin

Pimp Motel

2012/09/18 - 2012/09/18
Motel Bar, Wellington NZ (New Zealand)

In honor of Xzibit's born-day Motel Bar threw a 'Pimp Motel' Party. Drinks were flowing, asses were shaking, DJs were blowing the sound equipment, people climbing out of the sauna. It was the best Tuesday night in a loooooong time!

With WeSC Activist DJ Marek accompanied by Kev Fresh, the crowd were treated to all of X-to-the-Z's hooks as well as everything else that is good in Hip Hop.

Here is a few pics that I and Marta Cameron took from the night. Unfortunately there… read more →
Marek Peszynski


Heres some fresh Rap from my Wellington homie DARTEL
. Peep his BANDCAMP
to cop the EP at a 'choose your own price' and stay locked on this dude. BIG TINGS!

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