“The perfect board for intermediate to advanced groms.”

Price: $699.99
Demos: Not Available
Specs: 5’4’ x 17 ½ x 2 1/8 = 20.5 L

Overview: I was a little unsure what to expect when this board first arrived as I haven’t ridden a Mayhem before. Although as soon as I picked it up I knew it was going to go good. It looked nice and refined and felt really light. I have been using the small Kolohe Andino FCS2 fins which are sick but I have been getting taller and are feeling a bit small now. I then tried the medium Mick Fanning FCS2 fins and they had way more drive and felt really safe under foot. Using the Fanning fins, the V2HP really pushes back when you put it on rail and really hooks into great turns.

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Features: The V2Hp is set up as a thruster and comes in grom sizes. The shallow concave in the tail gives you really good control when you’re racing down the line. I also found it really holds well when it’s put on rail and it flows from one turn to the next. It feels fast and doesn’t catch rails easily due to the lower rails.


Recommend Conditions: This board is perfect for your local reef and beach breaks at 2-6 foot. It seems to handle diverse conditions well . This board is suited for intermediate to advance groms. who like to put some power.

-Great control when you really need it.
-You can push as hard as you want without it sliding out
-Refined and light.

In small mushie waves it does take a bit longer to get it going. For these types of tiny conditions I go to the Sub Buggy model which also comes in grom sizes.

Blogged By: Jackson Roberts