JS Surfboards



The JS Surfboards Monsta Box is two of JS’s favorite boards rolled in to one! By fusing two of the best selling boards in the range JS has created a board that suits an even wider range of riders and conditions.

JS Surfboards

The Monsta Box has less rocker then a Monsta 3 and more rocker than a Blak Box 2. The outline is wider than a Monsta 3 and narrower than a Blak Box 2. JS has blended the Monsta 3 and Blak Box 2 rockers to create a perfect combination of entry and exit rockers and given it a single to double concave.

The Monsta Box comes standard with a 3-fin set-up. Whether you’re travelling light or the budgets a little tight, Monsta Box has you covered. If you could only take 1 board to the beach then the Monsta Box is it!

Wave Type

JS Surfboards

The JS Surfboards Monsta Box is well suited to beach breaks, reef and point waves from 1-6ft average to good conditions.



Monsta Box has a medium to low entry and exit rocker. Very good for a large range of conditions

JS Surfboards


Monsta Box comes stock as a thruster.


Boards 5’4″ – 5’10” glassed standard with 4 x 2 oz. deck x 4 oz. bottom. Boards 5’11” and up glassed standard with 4 x 4 oz deck x 4 oz. bottom.


Monsta Box has medium full rails. The performance based shape allow for precision when the waves/section turns on, yet with enough volume to get you through fat sections or avoid catch in chop.


Size Chart

JS Surfboards

In this delivery of JS Surfboards we will also be stocking the Monsta 3 roundtail 5 fin, top ups of the Monsta 3 Squash tail and the little pocket rocket the 107 Round tail 5 fin. All models will be running FCSII.

All new JS models are due to arrive with us on the 2nd December.. get in there quick because they wont hang around!!

If you would like to talk in person about this model or other surfboards from the JS Surfboards range give us a call at the shop on – 01736 757025 or email info@downthelinesurf.co.uk


Share on Facebook

Vouch Surf



Our next delivery from Vouch surfboards shall be arriving in the shop within the next couple of weeks, and we can’t wait to get our hands on them. We will be re stocking the Evo, Evo2, Rolled Vee and the new Daily Double which looks mighty damn fine!


Some of the fine surf-craft from Vouch Surfboards that are coming to the shop…


Meet the VOUCH/SURF crew

Evan Squirrell and Masayuki Mizuno – Evan and Masa ARE Vouch. They take care of everything that is Vouch, from brand direction and marketing to working on Paul’s master shapes and making sure every board comes out as good as it should. All boards are designed by the both of them and they work tirelessly with Paul to make each and every board what it should be, Fucking Amazing. Evan works closely with Masa on each and every wetsuit and item of clothing, they have a close bond and have formed a great working relationship over the years.



Paul Hutchinson – Paul Who? Some people may not know who Paul is, but if you’re any sort of surfer who has any idea of Australian surf history or have ever watched Morning Of The Earth, then you should. Paul first started shaping when he was 15 under his own “Hutchinson Surfboards” label, and while he has “dabbled” in other areas, he has always continued shaping. An absolute master craftsman, any board he touches turns to gold.


If you have any questions fire an email over to info@downthelinesurf.co.uk or call us at the shop on 01736 757025




Share on Facebook

Neal Purchase Jnr

We have some very special boards from Neal Purchase Jnr making their way to the DTL boardroom in the next few weeks!

Son of one of the most influential shapers of Australia, Neal was born with a hand full of talents. He not only shapes and surfs amazingly well, but he is also the gifted guitar player of the band Haldane’s Daughters and co-founder of Rhythm.

Neil Purchase Jnr
Photo by Ryan Hepwood


His boards stand above everything else for their outstanding performance in the water. Neal’s modern quad fin model the Quartet has accomplished a world-wide cult following, and his single and 2+1 designs are amazingly popular.

Neal is always refining his designs, trying to find that balance between performance and ride-ability, as well as paddling and ease of being in the ocean.

“That’s why I started shaping, I wanted something that was user-friendly but that still offered a level of performance to push the board really hard, have speed, manoeuvrability and drive.. all those good things”.

All his boards share the same basic concept… performance is nothing without glide.

You just can’t go wrong on a NPJ.

Initially the models coming to the shop are the Quartet, Twin + 1 and the Duo! We also have a restock of the ever popular range of boards from Vouch Surf and some performance whips from JS Surfboards more info coming soon..

If you are interested in getting your hands on a board from Neal  call us at the shop on 01736 757025 or email –info@downthelinesurf.co.uk for more information..


See you soon

Share on Facebook

Peregrine – CI Surfboards

CI Surfboards new model the Peregrine has turned lots of heads in DTL recently and for good reason. With a sleek out-line and channels through the tail, the Peregrine is all about down the line speed, quick transitions and big rail turns. It is a versatile board and is suited to all wave types. Nimble enough for a beach break yet solid enough under foot to handle steeper reef or point waves.

CI Peregrine
The Peregrine is a mighty fine bird… Dynamically fast with lightning speed and agility. The same could be said for the Peregrine surfboard.

This is what CI Surfboards have to say about The Peregrine

The Peregrine has a low entry rocker that’s accelerated through the back. The rail rocker is low but with ample break around the front fins and staged by the exit of the channels, creating extreme release near the trailing fin and off the tail. Centre rocker is straighter and fast with the effect being exaggerated by the deep channels running out the back. The channels sit within a generous single concave that runs the length of the board and goes flat at the tail block. The flat deck provides positive flex patterns, volume distribution and feel under the feet.

The Peregrine should be ordered an 1/8th of an inch thinner than a customer’s usual thickness. (i.e. If the customer usually rides a board with a 2 1/2 centre thickness, they should order the Peregrine at 2 3/8 and can expect it to have the same general rail thickness, feel and flotation as a board that is 2 1/2). Rails are round, medium to full. Designed to work best in waist to ceiling high surf. The Peregrine also makes a good small wave board if ordered shorter and wider!

  • Ideal wave type: Point, reef or beach breaks – Medium steep to barreling.
  • Wave size: Waist to ceiling high.
  • Approach: Powerful, carving.
  • Skill level: Intermediate/advanced.
  • Foil/Rails: Medium/Full.
  • Entry rocker: Relaxed.
  • Exit rocker: Medium to aggressive.
  • Outline: Straight.

We work very closely with CI surfboards and can custom order any CI model within 4-6 weeks. Fine tune the models to suit your needs. Choose your fin system whether it be Futures or FCS II. All you need to pay upfront is a £100 Deposit.

If you would like to discuss this model in person come in to the shop or call us on 01736 757025

email:  info@downthelinesurf.co.uk


Share on Facebook

Ryan Lovelace

Here is an interview with Ryan Lovelace the creator of the buttery smooth VBowls and the Twin fin wonder the Piggy Back!

We have an order in place with Ryan for a bunch of his boards that is due to land in early spring 2016.

If you have any questions on his board models give us a call at the shop on 01736 757025 or drop us an e-mail at info@downthelinesurf.co.uk

Share on Facebook