Vans Stab High Non-Chlorine Presented by Monster Energy - Episode 3

Over the course of a 10-day boat trip through the Mentawai Islands—surfing’s original wavepark—Vans Stab High, Non-Chlorine, presented by Monster Energy seeks to shatter all previous aerial benchmarks. Bigger, faster, higher, and more technical is what we're after.   

Devoted to above-the-lip surfing, judges Nathan Fletcher and Mikey February signed on to score every air of the trip. Basing their scores on amplitude, style, and progression, from launch to landing, every aspect of the maneuver will be scrutinized on a scale of 1 to 10. 

Each surfer’s highest-scoring right and left air will count toward their total score. Whoever finishes the trip with the highest two-wave total will become the Stab High winner and $12,000 richer. 

On top of this, every surfer will also have an opportunity to win Vans Stab High’s Monster Air Award presented by Monster Energy. The prize goes to the highest, most generally outrageous air of the trip.

There’s another $3,000 up for grabs in the Vans Ladybirds division, which features four of the most talented and air-minded (but not air-headed) young women in surfing.

World-class talent from around the world has got onboard for Vans Stab High, Non-Chlorine, presented by Monster Energy. In the men’s division, the list of competitors includes: 
Al Cleland, Tanner Gudauskas, Eric Geiselman, Matt Meola, Ian Crane, Crosby Colapinto, Brendon Gibbens, Sebastian Williams, Kevin Schulz, Bronson Meydi and Rio Waida

The Vans Ladybirds lineup includes: 
Caitlin Simmers, Bella Kenworthy, Erin Brooks, Sierra Kerr 

This content was produced safely under strict health and safety protocols supervised by medical experts. Please wear a mask, practice social distancing, and follow all public health guidelines issued in your country.

Episodes 1 can be found here.

Episode 2 can be found here. 

Episode 4: airs December 23rd at 7 pm PST

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