MONSTER BOARDS warrants to the original purchaser that the product will be free from defects on materials and workmanship for a period of 60 days from the date of purchase.


  • General "wear & tear" Damage through obvious misuse Bubbling of the deck or slick of the boards

  • Water-logging Damage from a leash, fins or other accessories

  • Creasing on either the deck or slick of the board

  • Any depressions from the rider or other objects

All MONSTER BOARDS products are used at your own risk and should not be relied upon as a life - saving device. It must not be used as a substitute for good swimming ability, ocean knowledge or proper precautions. The manufacturer, distributor and seller expressly disclaim any liability for injury, death, property damage or other loss or damage suffered by any person as a consequence of the use of any of our products. ​


The purchaser by purchasing our products assumes all liability arising from its use. MONSTER BOARDS does not endorse promote, encourage or represent the use of surfing for any dangerous use of our products. The ocean can be a dangerous place. With all the currents, waves, hidden objects and of course, people, you need to be careful. Here are a few other pointers to keep you safe. The sport of surfing and bodyboarding is inherently dangerous as is considered like many board water sports. The sport of bodyboarding and surfing requires skills and the exercise of caution at all times. Stunts and extreme performances on bodyboards or surfboards are performed by experienced and competent individuals and are done with a great deal of personal risk. For best protection use professional MONSTER BOARDS products as leash and fins. Always surf with a friend to share the stoke and look out for one another. Check surf spots for potential hazards before paddling out. Don't drop in, get in the way or interfere with other wave riders. Making use of safety gear, taking lessons, go surfing responsibly within your skill level and abilities, as well as using common sense, can all reduce the risk of serious injuries or death. Know how to swim before start surfing.

Surf safely, and you're all set to go!