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- Engineered Garments Tunic, $240
- Pilgrim Surf + Supply Pennant Beach Towel, $68
- Josh Hall Surfboards, $1125 each
- Vans 'Mono' sneakers, $45
- Basta Surf one-piece, $210
- Basta Surf silk shorts, $215
- Giejo bandeau top, $120; ruched bottoms, $95
- Engineered Garments patchwork top, $144
- Rash Steamer K9 Women's 3.5mm wetsuit, $750
- Rash wetsuits long-sleeve topper, $275
- Rash 2mm RASH wetsuit vest, $195
- Da Fin swim fins, $68
- Battenwear quilted jacket, call for pricing (718-218-7456)
- Pilgrim Surf + Supply 'Hockney' top, $185
- Engineered Garments jacket, $408
- Pilgrim Surf + Supply jacket, $230
If you book it to Long Beach to catch some waves before work whenever the forecast is sunny, then you probably already know about Pilgrim Surf + Supply — the surf outfitter with outposts in Brooklyn and Amagansett. And if you're more of a "I'll sit right here with my umbrella and my magazines, thanks" kind of beach-goer, then you'll still want to check out the plant-and-art-book-filled shop — thanks to its array of bathing suits, coverups, and bonfire-ready unisex jackets.
We stopped by Pilgrim's Williamsburg shop to chat with the staff about the ultimate beginner's board, just how stretchy a wetsuit should be, and the comfiest post-surf wear. See some of our favorite pieces in the store.