Proxy Epoxy / EPS

Todd's proprietary epoxy/eps construction

Proxy Epoxy standard construction includes the following:

1 >> proxy epoxy composite :::

High Impact Hybrid Foam Core  // [a lightweight virgin bead foam that yields a higher compression strength and has very limited water absorption if dinged and is not so light that it causes unwanted chattering buoyancy]

2 >> S-Glass :::

S-glass is the highest-grade fiberglass available and will make any board significantly stronger.   It is available in 4oz. and 6oz.

3 >> Hybrid/Epoxy resins :::

engineered for maximum break strength, as well as a “loaded” rebound response characteristic, we use a unique blend of resins that yields an ultra-white uv stabilized aesthetic

RIDICULITE – fright-light, crazy flex, ultimate performance, about twice as strong as a poly

TEAMLITE – ultralight, crazy flex, ultimate performance, 2-3 x stronger than a poly

MIDDLEWEIGHT – best strength to weight ratio, 3-5+ x stronger than a poly

SUPER-DUTY – indestructo, 5+ x stronger than pretty much any board out there

Care for your Proxy surfboard simply consists of keeping it watertight; ie. If you do get a ding, just allow it to dry out and then repair it with epoxy resin specifically made for surfboard repair; or if you take it to a shop to repair, make sure you let them know to use epoxy resin. That’s it. Also, use the same common sense care you would for a polyester board, just don’t leave it laying in the sun. If you have any questions, let us know. 

Optional Upgrade >> High Density Foam Stringer :::

for an alternative flex characteristic

how to get your board

ordering options

our specialty

Todd will take the time to discuss your surfing journey & profile with you, using his 27 years of experience to guide you into your next ideal board, determining which configuration of ingredients will best suit your particular needs and target conditions.

buy off the floor

Duplicates of our most magical boards from over the years & models we do a bunch of with positive feedback from a broad cross-section of all kinds of surfers. An outlet to your “I need a magic board and I need it now!” desires.

1-2 week stock option

A wide variety of our most proven & popular shapes available for “stock quick” purchase in the online shop. You choose from a more curated collection of custom options during checkout. These boards take approximately 1-2 weeks to build.

Stoked surfer reports: this just in >> “I want to thank you and Todd.
My only regret is that I didn't come to you two decades ago.

Over the last two decades, I have spent nearly 10,000 on surfboards. with 5 custom shaped during that time. 
I have had no progression in my surfing since the late 90's when my desk jobs caused me to "outgrow" my stewart surfboard.
With my MonstaChief, I finally feel like I have been surfing for 30 years. 
I have tons of speed, and the board turns on a dime. Within 30 days, I have went from barely making drops and never having enough speed to make a section on my old board, to round house wraparounds, and my first attempt at an Air. 
Last week, I actually had kids at barbwires (just north of Upper Trestles) applauding my surfing. 
The same day, a surfer in his 60's commented "I can't believe how fast you were going, I thought there was no way you were going to make that section"

The only issues I have is that I am not used to the acceleration or the turning radius. My first real wave after getting the board, I went to do a bottom turn and put as much effort as I used to do on the 5"11 board I was previously riding. Instead of the long drawn out bottom turn, the board literally immediately turned 90 degrees, and I was promptly thrown off the side board. I still have a problem with the acceleration, I will occasionally drop in, start the bottom turn, the board shoots forward and I am thrown off the back.
None of these are issues with the board. They are all due to the decades I have been trying to make due on inferior board designs. 

This board has stopped me from quitting surfing.  This was my last shot. If I was still struggling to surf after getting this board, I was literally going to quit surfing. 
I had been blaming my boards, and knew that this board was going to be made exactly they way it should, and if it didn't work, it was not the board that was the problem.

Again, thank you.”

Kevin 50/5’7”/220lb
6’5” x 22” x 3” #monstachief F #proxyepoxy #surferfeedback

Stoked surfer reports: this just in >> “I want to thank you and Todd.
My only regret is that I didn't come to you two decades ago.

Over the last two decades, I have spent nearly 10,000 on surfboards. with 5 custom shaped during that time.
I have had no progression in my surfing since the late 90's when my desk jobs caused me to "outgrow" my stewart surfboard.
With my MonstaChief, I finally feel like I have been surfing for 30 years.
I have tons of speed, and the board turns on a dime. Within 30 days, I have went from barely making drops and never having enough speed to make a section on my old board, to round house wraparounds, and my first attempt at an Air.
Last week, I actually had kids at barbwires (just north of Upper Trestles) applauding my surfing.
The same day, a surfer in his 60's commented "I can't believe how fast you were going, I thought there was no way you were going to make that section"

The only issues I have is that I am not used to the acceleration or the turning radius. My first real wave after getting the board, I went to do a bottom turn and put as much effort as I used to do on the 5"11 board I was previously riding. Instead of the long drawn out bottom turn, the board literally immediately turned 90 degrees, and I was promptly thrown off the side board. I still have a problem with the acceleration, I will occasionally drop in, start the bottom turn, the board shoots forward and I am thrown off the back.
None of these are issues with the board. They are all due to the decades I have been trying to make due on inferior board designs.

This board has stopped me from quitting surfing.  This was my last shot. If I was still struggling to surf after getting this board, I was literally going to quit surfing.
I had been blaming my boards, and knew that this board was going to be made exactly they way it should, and if it didn't work, it was not the board that was the problem.

Again, thank you.”

Kevin 50/5’7”/220lb
6’5” x 22” x 3” #monstachief F #proxyepoxy #surferfeedback

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Stoked surfer reports: this just in >> “I could not be happier with this board.  I smile every time I look at it.  It's been in a dream in the water.  Every board I've ever gotten in the past has had some sort of a learning curve as I figure out its quirks but from my first sesh with this board it felt like I'd already ridden it for years.  Almost all of my most epic waves ever have been on this board--and it's only been, what, two months!?!? Consider me a very happy customer!” —Spencer 32/6’9”/250lb | 7’6” x 23 3/4” x 3 5/8” 72L #monstachief F #proxyepoxy superduty #surferfeedback

Stoked surfer reports: this just in >> “I could not be happier with this board.  I smile every time I look at it.  It's been in a dream in the water.  Every board I've ever gotten in the past has had some sort of a learning curve as I figure out its quirks but from my first sesh with this board it felt like I'd already ridden it for years.  Almost all of my most epic waves ever have been on this board–and it's only been, what, two months!?!? Consider me a very happy customer!” —Spencer 32/6’9”/250lb | 7’6” x 23 3/4” x 3 5/8” 72L #monstachief F #proxyepoxy superduty #surferfeedback

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A 6’2” x 22 1/2” x 3 1/16” 48.75L #Monstafish headed to Justin in Oregon. 46/6’2”/220-230lb #proxyepoxy middleweight

A 6’2” x 22 1/2” x 3 1/16” 48.75L #Monstafish headed to Justin in Oregon. 46/6’2”/220-230lb #proxyepoxy middleweight

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Adrian expanding his quiver with a 10’0” x 24” x 3 5/8” 95L thumbtail #proctorperformancelongboard in #proxyepoxy Adrian is 44/6’4”/232lb and also surfs an 8’0” x 23 1/2” x 3 1/2”+ 70L #monstachief F #proxyepoxy #boardsforthejourney

Adrian expanding his quiver with a 10’0” x 24” x 3 5/8” 95L thumbtail #proctorperformancelongboard in #proxyepoxy Adrian is 44/6’4”/232lb and also surfs an 8’0” x 23 1/2” x 3 1/2”+ 70L #monstachief F #proxyepoxy #boardsforthejourney

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Stoked surfer reports: this just in >> “ I just want to say thanks a lot. Just got out of the water down here by my house down south. Got a couple of really sick ones on the new board ... it's amazing. thanks so much - paddles like a dream paddles better than any board I think I've ever had actually. But anyways yeah I got a couple couple crazy good ones right before dark and just got out of the water like a half hour ago. I can't wait to go out again.” —Dan 51/5’9”/175lb | 6’0” x 19 3/4” x 2 11/16” 34.5L #monstroscillous #jetstreamsurfboard #proxyepoxy #surferfeedback

Stoked surfer reports: this just in >> “ I just want to say thanks a lot. Just got out of the water down here by my house down south. Got a couple of really sick ones on the new board … it's amazing. thanks so much – paddles like a dream paddles better than any board I think I've ever had actually. But anyways yeah I got a couple couple crazy good ones right before dark and just got out of the water like a half hour ago. I can't wait to go out again.” —Dan 51/5’9”/175lb | 6’0” x 19 3/4” x 2 11/16” 34.5L #monstroscillous #jetstreamsurfboard #proxyepoxy #surferfeedback

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Jim’s 6’2” x 21” x 2 3/4” 37L #proxyepoxy #pipsqueaksurfboard for Ventura county | 48/5’11”/180lb

Jim’s 6’2” x 21” x 2 3/4” 37L #proxyepoxy #pipsqueaksurfboard for Ventura county | 48/5’11”/180lb

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Here’s a 9’0” x 22 7/8” x 3” 67L #Proctorperformancelongboard in #proxyepoxy construction with custom beige, brown and champagne resin tints and hand done organic maple leaf 🍁 representing Canada 🇨🇦 for a Canadian compadre named Stewart. Age: 38, Height: 6’0”, Weight: 180.

Here’s a 9’0” x 22 7/8” x 3” 67L #Proctorperformancelongboard in #proxyepoxy construction with custom beige, brown and champagne resin tints and hand done organic maple leaf 🍁 representing Canada 🇨🇦 for a Canadian compadre named Stewart. Age: 38, Height: 6’0”, Weight: 180.

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Stoked surfer reports: this just in >>
“The G4f worked great in Indo. The extra volume is clutch for paddling but the board still turns really well. Stoked 🤙🏻”
Michael 38/6’2”/185lb/lifer  6’2” x 20” x 2 11/16” #g4fsurfboard #proxyepoxy #forthepeople

Stoked surfer reports: this just in >>
“The G4f worked great in Indo. The extra volume is clutch for paddling but the board still turns really well. Stoked 🤙🏻”
Michael 38/6’2”/185lb/lifer 6’2” x 20” x 2 11/16” #g4fsurfboard #proxyepoxy #forthepeople

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