Introducing the JS XERO GRAVITY - The Pinnacle of Performance Blends.
Diving right into the realm of our most cherished board hybrids, the Xero Gravity stands tall. This board is designed to be ridden with the exact dimensions as one's Monsta Box. Equipped with the same enchanting rocker, the Xero Gravity offers an even sharper focus on high-performance surfing compared to the revamped Xero. The Xero exhibits a slightly flatter Blak Box rocker combined with a fuller outline, while the Xero Gravity boasts a similar foil to its predecessor with foam beautifully concealed in the deck, accompanied by a slightly refined rail ensuring agility and swift responsiveness.
As we've refined the range, each board model has been crafted meticulously to excel in specific wave conditions. The Sub Xero is the ultimate groveller. For those who yearn for a performance-focused board for flatter waves, the new Xero, closely resembling the original Blak Box, is the one to go for. But, for the surfers in pursuit of an all-around performance titan, the Xero Gravity is the undisputed choice.
Celebrated as the board that clinched both QS and CT titles in waves that every surfer encounters daily, its reputation only heightened when crowned the Australian Board of the Year consecutively. For those who found the joy of surfing elevated with the Monsta Box, the Xero Gravity promises to elevate their surfing experience to celestial heights.
Jeremy Flores, standing at 5’9” and weighing 70kg, opts for the 5'8” x 18 3/4 ” x 2 1/4” x 25.6L.
Conner Coffin, with a height of 5’8” and 75kg weight, prefers the 5'9” x 19 ” x 2 5/16” x 27.0L.
Mikey Wright, a 6’0 tall surfer weighing 75kg, rides the 5'9” x 19 ” x 2 5/16” x 27.0L.
Julian Wilson, measuring 6’0” in height and 80kg in weight, goes for the 5'10” x 19 1/4” x 2 3/8” x 28.6L.
Ryan Callinan, with similar dimensions as Julian at 6’0” height and 80kg weight, chooses the 5'10” x 19 1/4” x 2 3/8” x 28.6L.