What the DHD site has to say about Monster:
‘The MONSTER came out of the box three years ago and has very quickly developed itself into a classic design that has earned a permanent place in the range. This model is a great option for surfers looking for a versatile board that can perform in small to larger waves. Suitable for all surfers, if you are experienced go short and feel the life come into the design.
It continues to perform well in a wide range of conditions from small to larger surf. With the thrusters/quad set-up you can ride it as a quad for quick rail to rail release in small surf and as a thruster once it gets a little bigger.
A lot of the team really like this model as an aerial option in small waves, the wider round tail really comes alive under their feet. With all the hidden foam they can ride it really short and really throw it around. The rolled deck makes it really easy to roll it on rail and the wider nose makes it easy to paddle into waves.’
What people are saying about it:
“At this size, this Monster is a fantastic option for the bigger surfer. It takes off and turns really well and has tonnes of speed especially in bigger surf. I prefer this board to my DHD 7’0 Monster which is also a great board. I’ve only down rated the quality a little as the base has started to get fine cracks around it. I love this board.” – Andrew On Board Cave
“Took this board to g-land and had solid 4-10 ft waves.. Mainly surfed as quad and it went really well.. Highly recommend the monster for hollow powerful reef break.” – Ben On Board Cave
“Provides easy rail to rail transition. Should have paid more attention to the engine and got it a little bigger, went 27.5 litres and should have got more like 30 litres.” – Troy On Board Cave
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