Channel Islands Proton Step-Up Review

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What the Channel Islands site says about the Proton Step-Up:

‘The 2010 late winter saw the Proton Step-Up become the most common step-up in use with the CI team. With its pronounced rocker, it is a natural choice for steep faces and on-rail surfing. Single concave gives the board plenty of drive for critical situations. Scale up with your same width and thickness.’

Image Source: CISurfboards.com

Image Source: CISurfboards.com

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Image Source: GlintSurfboards.com

What people are saying about it:

“Sick board for when the surf’s just a little too big for your go to shortboard. Great board to have in your quiver this El Nino year.“ – CraigsList.org

“A great travel board to add to your quiver!” – Cabe Nolan on Surf-Station.com

“Great board for hollow waves. Continuous aggressive rocker. Deeeeep single concave throughout. Narrow nose and tail. Medium/boxy rails. Don’t be afraid to order a little longer as it rides shorter due to aggressive rocker. Go to board for barrelling waves at any size.” – FreeRideSirfSkate.MyShopify.com

“Great board for when the waves get heavier or a good short board for someone bigger.” – Shoppok.com

Size Chart:

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