JS Monsta

JS Monsta

Best Price on the JS MonstaNow in it’s 3rd incarnation, the JS Monsta is a board that is dependable in everything from 2 foot slop to 6ft overhead.  The latest JS Monsta has less volume in the rails but hides it over the stringer, so you’ve got the buoyancy you need to get on early.

One of the reasons for the popularity of the JS Monsta 3 is that it’s really suited to a wide range of waves, it’s fast and it’s pretty much a perfect all rounder.

The JS Monsta has relatively low entry rocker and that gives it a lot of speed down the line.  Add to that, the fact that the JS Monsta 3 has a little more release in the tail than it’s predecessors, you get a fast, agile all round board suited to pretty much everything you can throw at it.

There’s a reason that a lot of the WSL guys have been riding this board with a lot of success.

Surfer Skill Level

Surfer Skill Level

Suitable for intermediate through to advanced surfers.
Surfboard Rocker

Rocker

Low Entry Rocker, Medium Exit Rocker.
Surfboard Fin Setup

Fin Setup

Comes standard as a thruster but can be ordered in other variants.
Surfboard Wvae Height Suitability

Wave Height

2 - 6 foot
Surfboard Bottom Concaves

Bottom Concaves

Double concave through the belly of the board form a tri-plave hull.
Surfboard Rails

Rails

Full rounded rails through the body. Tapering to a harder rail at the tail.

JS Monsta Dimensions

Length Width Depth Volume
5'6 18 1/8" 2 1/16" 20.6L
5'7 18 1/4" 2 1/8" 21.7L
5'8 18 3/8" 2 1/8" 22.3L
5'10 18 5/8" 2 1/4" 24.6L
5'11 18 3/4" 2 5/16" 25.9L
6'0 18 7/8" 2 3/8" 27.2L
6'1 19" 2 3/8" 27.8L
6'2 19 1/8" 2 7/16" 29.2L
6'3 19 1/4" 2 1/2" 30.5L
6'4 19 1/2" 2 1/2" 31.4L
6'6 19 7/8" 2 5/8" 34.9L
6'8 20" 2 11/16" 36.5L
6'10 20 1/4" 2 3/4" 38.8L
7'0 20 1/2" 2 3/4" 40.3L
The most Impressive Barrel to Alley-oop I’ve ever seen.

The most Impressive Barrel to Alley-oop I’ve ever seen.

Jordy Smith is deep in the barrel, comes flying out and then transitions into the biggest alley-oop you’ve ever seen landed. Legend! A video posted by Jordy Smith (@jordysmith88) on Aug 7, 2015 at 10:09am PDT