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I can literally go full throttle where as before if I pushed my board that hard I’d lose it

Hi Todd and Charissa,

Sorry its taken me so long to get back to you with feedback on the Monsta step-up. We basically only surfed the wall down on the baja and though it was head and a half to double it is such a mushy wave it was hard to get a good feel for the board.

Last week I finally got to really give it a go on this wedge that rarely goes off but

I managed to catch it on the best day I’ve ever seen there.

Luckily I had a pretty good idea that it was going to be mackin so I brought the step-up and my god what an amazing session.

The drop is super gnarly and

the board handled it like a dream.

It literally felt like I was on a 6″7 or 6″8 for paddle ability but then when a turn section would materialize it would just blast off the lip and felt more like the 6″3 it is but with so much control.

I can literally go full throttle where as before if I pushed my board that hard I’d lose it.

The session blew my mind and

I just sat on the beach after full of froth.

Thanks once again for making me an unreal board. I’m so happy with it. I tell all my friends about you guys and I’d expect a few more orders coming from up here on Van isle. Have a good weekend talk to you later!

Kyle ht: 6’3″ wt: 190 – 205 lb
Victoria, BC, Canada

6’3″ x 20″ x 2 3/4″ Monsta step-up thumbtail
Carbon Rail stringerless surfboard construction



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