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you and Todd have been the best experience by far

Pumped! Thank you Charissa! Appreciate all of your updates. Looking forward to getting these boards out in the water.

Please send some waves too if you can! We’ve been in such a flat spell lately. I have my eyes on a few other Proctor shapes, so look forward to talking again in the future.

I have been ordering custom boards

for over 25 years from a lot of different board builders

and I must say you and Todd have been the best experience by far.

Thanks again. Have a great weekend!

Eric  // Franklin, MA

5’11” x 19 5/8″ x 2 7/16″ Carbon Footprint Monsta // 6’2″ x 19 1/4″ x 2 7/16″ Carbon Footprint / Titanium II Apex


6 months later

Hi Charissa,

I wanted to send a quick note thanking you and Todd for the two amazing boards I’ve been riding since the end of August and would like to order another one.

I previously ordered a Monsta v2 and a Apex in the following dimensions:

1.  Monsta v2 = 5’11” x 19 5/8″ x 2 7/16″ (Carbon Footprint)
2.  Apex = 6’2″ x 19 1/4″ x 2 7/16″ (Titanium 2 w/ Composite center stringer)

I have been riding the Monsta in everything from thigh to chest high waves, and the Apex in the chest+ stuff.

Both boards have been tremendous and really compliment one another.

Totally a seamless transition from riding one and then jumping onto the other.

So I’m looking at getting another small wave groveler and the Hideoscillous really spoke to me.  Todd’s video description of the Hideoscillous described exactly what I’ve felt about riding fishy boards and then jumping on a shortboard.  My thought is the Hideoscillous would really compliment the Monsta and Apex and cover me in the knee to waist+ high waves.



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