Classic Parko on a classic day in Hossegor. Photo Trevor Moran
On rail or smashing the lip, Joel was in rhythm all the way to another solid quarterfinal finish. Photo Trevor Moran
With a solid range of conditions, from head high runners to double overhead tubes, Joel went with a couple of his favourite all-rounders throughout the
Quik Pro - 6'0" x 18 7/8" x 2 3/8" x 28.1L Monsta 6's. Photo Ryan
Fred, going big for the Quik Pro masses. Photo Trevor Moran
Another event with running righthanders and another giant fan from Freddy. Photo Trevor Moran
Ever since his breakout final finish in JBay, one of Freddy's go-to boards has been his slightly thicker/wider Monsta 6 shortboard dims, 6'0 1/2" x 19"
x 2 7/16" x 28.7L (he's 6'1" / 81kg). Photo Ryan Miller
If anyone's used to flying through a beachbreak barrel just metres from the beach, it's this guy. Jeremy, playing the hometown hero. Photo Trevor Moran
Jezza, making it rain on another dreamy Quik Pro day. Photo Trevor Moran
From his world-class tube riding to insane rail game, Jezza's honed a lot of his skills right here in Hossegor. Lately, his favourite all-rounder has been
a 5'9 1/2" x 18 1/4" x 2 1/4" x 24.6L Monsta 6, geared with the
FCS Carver template in medium (he's 5'9" / 68kg). Photo Ryan Miller.
Ace, finding plenty of room to work that razor sharp backhand. Photo Trevor Moran
With a plenty of smaller days in the Quik Pro warm-ups, Ace was straight onto the same HYFI that he rode all the way to the semis at Trestles - a 5'10" x 18 5/8" x 2 5/16" x 25.5L Monsta 6 (he's 5'9" / 76kg). Photo Trevor Moran
Julian, going huge on the end section. Photo Trevor Moran
Deep tracks on another perfect La Graviere canvas. Photo Trevor Moran
With a bottom turn like that, it's no surprise JW has this much power through the lip. From Trestles through to France's super fun mix of beachies, one
of Jules' go-to boards has been his Air 17, 6'0" x 18 3/4" x 2 3/8" x 28.2L. Photo Trevor
Owen, knifing through one of the waves of the event. Photo Trevor Moran.
One of the most perfect turns in surfing, O's backhand blowtail. Photo Ryan Miller
Just like almost every other event held in waves with good shape this year, Owen's go-to has been a Forget Me Not in his shortboard size - 6'3" x 19" x 2 3/8" x 29.3L. Photo Ryan Miller
Courtney, showing the kind of commitment that's got her to an event win in Fiji during her first event riding Traktors, and now to #3 in the world post-France.
Ready for some R&D on her bright new quiver - Monsta 6's 5'10" x 18 5/8" x 2 5/16" x 26.4L (she's 5'9" / 63kg). Photo Trevor Moran
Sal, laying rail on her way to another huge semi-final finish and more time in the yellow jersey. Photo Ryan Miller
Throughout Europe, Sal's kept her #1 ranking in a huge range of conditions riding her favourite Monsta 6 all-rounders, including a 5'7 1/2" x 17 7/8" x
2 3/16" x 22.4L round tail (she's
5'7" / 57kg). Photo Trevor Moran