the Monsta changes every wave into gold!!

Hi Charissa and Todd,

I just received my new board and I can’t find my words to tell you how I feel, so I’m gonna keep it simple:

it’s beautiful, thank you.alfonso-riojas-g4

I was in Puerto Escondido last week and even though I didn’t get to surf Zicatela, as the break is not working since a while now, I still had a lot of fun thanks to the Monsta. At first I didn’t want to take the Monsta with me as it’s my favorite board but in the end I did good in doing it. We all went down to “La Barra” (sure you know this break) and

the waves were pretty small and weak but as you know

the Monsta changes every wave into gold!!

I met other people riding Proctor surfboards down there and I felt so happy for you guys,

seeing that you really are growing and bringing happiness and fun to loads of surfers around the world.

I hope you’re doing fine. Un fuerte abrazo desde Francia,

Alfonso // 31/5’7″/140-145 lb // France

5’9″ x 18 3/8″ x 2 3/16” G4+ & 5’6″ x 18 7/8″ x 2 3/16” Carbon Footprint Monsta

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