The Monster is a high performance freerace board designed for the real world rider.
The concept is basic: control = speed.

The boards are designed with x-step hull construction, this divides the board into three sections.

The front section is designed for early planing. The deep V-section in the middle pushes air underneath the hull, lifting the board into planing.  

The mid-section is designed to absorb the energy from choppy water, allowing the rider to go faster in average conditions.

The back section is designed for high top-end speed by minimizing drag.

The Monster 120

A competitive freerace board for medium winds. Its lively in character; it’s responsive to foot steering, yet neutral when aiming for a given course. Shifting weight between front and back foot immediately changes the character of the board. It can be sailed as a cruiser or sailed in a racing mode with the appropriate fins for explosive riders. It’s comfortable and efficient while pointing upwind and planes through the lulls at ease.

The Monster 100
A true medium to high wind machine for medium to heavy weight riders. It’s easily controlled when chop rises in stronger windspeeds. The wide tail provides back foot support in the lulls without compromising the agility. The board can be taken up to really high-end speeds and executes gybes with full control.

These cross steps are pointed forward. The front steps mark a clear break with the middle section and release the water flow. This helps to start planing over the front foot and the cross steps contribute to a relaxed ride.  While entering a gybe a higher speed can be maintained as the step grips itself into the water and gives control through high speed turns. At the exit of the gybe the rider can put his feet and/or weight forward and rely on the excellent planing characteristics of the front section at lower speeds. Acceleration is smooth but extreme with the right technique. The steps will support any rider from amateur up until PWA pros to increase overall gybing speed.


These cross steps are pointed backward and help release the water flow at higher speeds. Effectively, there is less pressure on the fin. The back cross steps support the hull at high speed. When a gust hits, the board finds its own balance point by leaning on the back step. Lighter riders will experience a lot more control at high speeds compared to normal boards when a gust hits. When gybing the back steps function as thruster fins. The board never loses grip and the steps take over some of the work a fin normally has to do.


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