can’t believe how light it is, how strong it is, and how long it retains it’s flex

Hi Todd and Charissa,

I hope all is well with you two and the crew at Procta!

Last Saturday was the 1st contest of the season at Church’s beach just down from Lower Trestles. It was an amazing day for competition with waist to chest high, super clean surf and a good sized crowd of competitors and spectators. The temps and weather were absolutely pristine for a beach event like this with 80 + temps and hardly a puff of wind. It was a long day of competition, but I did pretty well in this event ending up 4th place in the finals fter the dust settled.

At the event, I was all about the Monsta, Apex, and the Pavote.

These boards are sooo amazing.

I honestly don’t know if I could pick just one if I were marooned on a desert island!

Everyone always has tons of compliments and questions about the Proxy and

can’t believe how light it is,

how strong it is, and how long it retains it’s flex.

These boards were motoring across the flat sections like there was an engine underneath – great fun! Honestly, how could boards this good not get noticed?

I wanted to thank you again for all the support. My goal is to bring home another season title for Proctor Surfboards!

Take care and God Bless!!

Paul Pence


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