|SIZE:||Length: 5' 9" to 6' 3"
Width: 0.00" to 0.00"
Thickness: 0" to 0"
|FIN:||Tri Fin,Quad Fin|
|SKILL LEVEL:||Intermediate - Advanced|
|FEATURES:||Technology: Available in XTR and Marko Bottom: Vee|
|USED PRICE:||$0.00 - $0.00|
The Monkfish is influenced by the high volume, nose to tail vee bottom MR retro models I rode a lot the last few years. Without being tied to recreating boards from the past, we have developed what we feel is an awesome post modern redux. The nose to tail vee bottom is a great, and now mostly overlooked, design that allows for thicker, high volume boards to still be sensitive rail to rail and not surf “flat” on the water. Vee bottoms also go through chop like a hot knife thru butter and glide smoothly in windblown slop. The thickness, extremely flat deck, and width give extreme paddle power and stability. The steep rails and forward wide point give incredible drive and the pulled in nose tip with a deceptively healthy amount of rocker allow for tight radius surfing not usually associated with “retro fish” type boards. Now available as single wing round pin tail (for a wider range of surf) as seen under the feet of Cory Lopez surfing the “Holy Grail of surf discoveries” in the new movie 5'5" x 19 ¼" REDUX.