The Longhairs are proud to announce our sponsorship of the San Diego Gulls, launching icy new hockey hair ties and recognizing notable hockey hair.
Hair, Humor & The Absurd With Regan Russell
San Diego native Regan Russell questions pop culture, identity and celebrity in his humorous art. Get connected with Regan on the Let It Ride podcast.
The Longhairs Bro Support
Ever wonder who handles the customer service aspect at The Longhairs? Meet El Mitcherino, the go-to guy for all your questions, comments, and concerns.
A Raucous Longhaired Camping Trip Photo ShootView Post
From The Ground Up
San Diego artists Paul Jiminez and Signe Ditona strive to build unity through art, with a positive influence on the community. Get to know Ground Floor Murals on episode 101 of Let It Ride.
The Century Mark: 100 Hair-Whipping Episodes of Let It Ride
Tech issues, setup delays, reschedules and total whiffs, but through the resistance we have always delivered. Welcome to episode 100 of Let It Ride.
From running back kicks for the Washington State Cougars to inside slants for the Reno Wolfpack, NFL prospect Kaleb Fossum has uncommon determination.
It’s The Longhairs For Life
It was time to ink up or shut up. El Rubio, El Moreno and the boys get tattooed with the bound shears, because it’s The Longhairs for life.
The Writing On The Wall
The coincidental story behind Groundfloor Murals’ 30-foot high, staggeringly lifelike mural of Fernando Tatís Jr., hair ties included.
Fighting in the Sangin Valley, Afghanistan, Jose Mejia has been in some gunfights…but it was his Chamorro culture that led him to grow long hair.
Who’s Your Hair Daddy?
Your hair homie is the person who influenced you to grow long hair—not someone famous, but someone you know. My hair homie was a legend…and a tragedy.
El Levanta Pesas
He describes his transformation losing over 100 pounds. He has the bound shears emblazoned on his forearm. He’s Brian Morehouse on The Longhairs podcast.
El Rubio’s 2-Year Hair Update Reveals Concern
I was cruising into my 2-year hair update—until my recent visit to the salon. See the cause for concern (along with some gains) and how I’m dealing with it.
Family, Friends & Flow
Come out to La Jolla, CA for a sneak peek at the new collections of Hair Ties For Guys, a coastal breeze and a complete cast of family, friends and flow.
We Are Splitting Up
You probably thought this would never happen, and it will be sad for some, but we are splitting up. Here is what happened and why we made the decision.
The Longhairs Meet Jefferson Jay
The Longhairs meet Jefferson Jay, and through incredible acts & awesome oddities, our friendship in great hair becomes a springboard to world history.
Get to Know El Spencerino
His approach to earning a job with The Longhairs says a lot—and can work for almost anything. That’s why you should get to know El Spencerino on Let It Ride.
2021 Best Hair In Baseball
With Nick Claghorn on assignment, we go to the bullpen and bring in Jefferson Jay with the call for the best hair in baseball of 2021.
The Bike Life
Watch BMX pro Ratty Maty law down some sick lines as he describes the concept behind his signature, custom-designed hair ties collection, The Bike Life.
BMX Pro Ratty Maty is Letting it Ride
Interview and exclusive Q&A with the only BMX pro in recorded history to compete in a leopard print-thong. Listen to Ratty Maty on Let It Ride.
Enjoying The Ride
What was to be a simple photoshoot turns into a bro-tastic gathering of excellence.
The Great Cut: 2-Year Anniversary
For The Great Cut 2-year anniversary we revisit the magic, announce our target for The Great Cut 2024, and check in with folks growing their hair to donate.
Growing Into Yourself
He’s a production manager, director, photographer and cinematographer and founder of Horton Visuals. Listen to Sean Horton on The Longhairs podcast.
Celebrate Hair Whip Wednesday
The Longhairs celebrate Hair Whip Wednesday, hitting the street on a strategically-targeted recruitment strike operation in long hair hotbed Ocean Beach.
Black Men’s Perspectives
San Diego rapper Teddy Benson and actor/model/producer California Jones offer two black men’s perspectives on long hair, race and Black History Month.