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Hayden Shapes 6'0 Hypto Krypto Future Flex Epoxy Surfboard
$775.00
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The Hypto Krypto is the most versatile shape in the Haydenshapes range, enabling it to be ridden in waves from 1ft to 8ft. It paddles like a dream due to the volume and flatter rocker. You ride the Hypto Krypto on the open face, drawing fast, flowing lines with all the speed it provides.


The outline resembles an old school twin fin in the nose, yet pulls into a rounded pin tail which will give you plenty of hold in the bigger stuff, and provide a lot of curve around the back foot. You can use the wider, straighter outline forward on the board to give you speed down the line and the rounded pintail to draw tighter arcs in the pocket.


Although the rocker of the Hypto Krypto is flat, Hayden has snuck in a little extra lift in the entry to add some curve up front; this helps taking off late, or turning in the steeper sections of the wave. The design of the rocker has been focused around speed, and more speed! The Hypto has never been shaped as a quad because it is too fast already, you’ll find yourself making sections down the line that you would never expect to make.


The foil has plenty of volume around the chest and center area of the board, yet it refines out to a thinner, more pinched rail to keep the board connected to the wave. The concave runs from a rolled vee in the entry, to a slight single transitioning into a vee double out the tail, which gives the board great speed and control from rail to rail.


Overall the Hypto Krypto is the one stop board that you can travel all around the world having fun in average conditions, as well as taking to the barrel and open face when the swell pumps!


Haydenshapes surfboard details:



  • 6'0 x 20.25 x 2.75"

  • 36.56 Cubic Litres

  • Future Fins

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Lost 6'4'' EZ UP Surfboard
$720.00
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This one comes from personal experience. Back to Fall 2012. Matt Biolos had been surfing The LazyBoy and Couch Potato as a one/two punch around home all summer. As the winter swells started lining up, he soon realized that these boards were not going to cut it, unless he wanted to spend his winter surfing between swells and in shadow blocked SC. So, starting with his trusty 6’0 LazyBoy, he stretched it to 6’2”, pulled in the width a bit, added a little more bend through the length of the board (with some flip tip for steeps and late drops) and finally…most noticeably, a re-templated rear half of the board into a conservative, surface area reducing, rounded pin tail.

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6'4'' EZ UP Surfboard
6'8'' x 22'' x 2.8''
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Lost 6'5'' EZ UP Surfboard
$720.00
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This one comes from personal experience. Back to Fall 2012. Matt Biolos had been surfing The LazyBoy and Couch Potato as a one/two punch around home all summer. As the winter swells started lining up, he soon realized that these boards were not going to cut it, unless he wanted to spend his winter surfing between swells and in shadow blocked SC. So, starting with his trusty 6’0 LazyBoy, he stretched it to 6’2”, pulled in the width a bit, added a little more bend through the length of the board (with some flip tip for steeps and late drops) and finally…most noticeably, a re-templated rear half of the board into a conservative, surface area reducing, rounded pin tail.

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6'5'' EZ UP Surfboard
6'8'' x 22'' x 2.84''
45.05 Liters
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Lost 6'6'' EZ UP Surfboard
$720.00
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This one comes from personal experience. Back to Fall 2012. Matt Biolos had been surfing The LazyBoy and Couch Potato as a one/two punch around home all summer. As the winter swells started lining up, he soon realized that these boards were not going to cut it, unless he wanted to spend his winter surfing between swells and in shadow blocked SC. So, starting with his trusty 6’0 LazyBoy, he stretched it to 6’2”, pulled in the width a bit, added a little more bend through the length of the board (with some flip tip for steeps and late drops) and finally…most noticeably, a re-templated rear half of the board into a conservative, surface area reducing, rounded pin tail.

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6'6'' EZ UP Surfboard
6'8'' x 22.25'' x 2.88''
46.97 Liters
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Lost 6'8'' EZ UP Surfboard
$720.00
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This one comes from personal experience. Back to Fall 2012. Matt Biolos had been surfing The LazyBoy and Couch Potato as a one/two punch around home all summer. As the winter swells started lining up, he soon realized that these boards were not going to cut it, unless he wanted to spend his winter surfing between swells and in shadow blocked SC. So, starting with his trusty 6’0 LazyBoy, he stretched it to 6’2”, pulled in the width a bit, added a little more bend through the length of the board (with some flip tip for steeps and late drops) and finally…most noticeably, a re-templated rear half of the board into a conservative, surface area reducing, rounded pin tail.

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6'8'' EZ UP Surfboard
6'8'' x 22.5'' x 2.88''
48.90 Liters
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Lost 6'10'' EZ Up Surfboard
$720.00
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This one comes from personal experience. Back to Fall 2012. Matt Biolos had been surfing The LazyBoy and Couch Potato as a one/two punch around home all summer. As the winter swells started lining up, he soon realized that these boards were not going to cut it, unless he wanted to spend my winter surfing between swells and in shadow blocked SC. So, starting with his trusty 6’0 LazyBoy, he stretched it to 6’2”, pulled in the width a bit, added a little more bend through the length of the board (with some flip tip for steeps and late drops) and finally…most noticeably, a re-templated rear half of the board into a conservative, surface area reducing, rounded pin tail.

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6'10'' EZ Up
6'10'' x 22.75'' x 2.93''
51.52 Liters
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Lost 6'0'' EZ Up Surfboard
$720.00
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This one comes from personal experience. Back to Fall 2012. Matt Biolos had been surfing The LazyBoy and Couch Potato as a one/two punch around home all summer. As the winter swells started lining up, he soon realized that these boards were not going to cut it, unless he wanted to spend my winter surfing between swells and in shadow blocked SC. So, starting with his trusty 6’0 LazyBoy, he stretched it to 6’2”, pulled in the width a bit, added a little more bend through the length of the board (with some flip tip for steeps and late drops) and finally…most noticeably, a re-templated rear half of the board into a conservative, surface area reducing, rounded pin tail.

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6'0'' EZ Up
6'0'' x 21'' x 2.66''
37.57 Liters
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Maurice Cole 6'6'' Protow Surfboard
$699.99
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The step up board from the Metro-TT also has also had a major design evolution. Now a 1/4″vee in the nose deflects chop and decreases wind lift in large conditions. There is also more thickness under the chest, with a flat deck and a chined rail, meaning the board feels thinner under your arm but has hidden volume under the chest. Concave sits at 3/8” graduating to a 1/2″ vee off the tail for more grip and a rail line flip behind the fins which releases at high speeds. The board happily handles from head high to as big as you can catch.

Based on the tow series evolution. The design has a deep concave that is punctuated by a sharp rail which in historical terms would have created a board that would go really fast in a straight line. The Protow ushers in a new era of speed and carve surfing with a rail that won’t let go even in the most critical bottom turn scenario.

The Protow pairs perfectly with the metro as the MC 2 board quiver. Width and volume in the right places create a board that quite often floats better than a conventional board 3 or 4 inches longer and facilitates tighter stronger turns with considerably less effort. This board will have you paddling over the grommets but will impress with its performance steep and deep.

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Maurice Cole 6'6'' Protow
6'6'' x 20.13'' x 2.75''
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Maurice Cole 6'0'' Protow Surfboard
$699.99
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The step up board from the Metro-TT also has also had a major design evolution. Now a 1/4″vee in the nose deflects chop and decreases wind lift in large conditions. There is also more thickness under the chest, with a flat deck and a chined rail, meaning the board feels thinner under your arm but has hidden volume under the chest. Concave sits at 3/8” graduating to a 1/2″ vee off the tail for more grip and a rail line flip behind the fins which releases at high speeds. The board happily handles from head high to as big as you can catch.

Based on the tow series evolution. The design has a deep concave that is punctuated by a sharp rail which in historical terms would have created a board that would go really fast in a straight line. The Protow ushers in a new era of speed and carve surfing with a rail that won’t let go even in the most critical bottom turn scenario.

The Protow pairs perfectly with the metro as the MC 2 board quiver. Width and volume in the right places create a board that quite often floats better than a conventional board 3 or 4 inches longer and facilitates tighter stronger turns with considerably less effort. This board will have you paddling over the grommets but will impress with its performance steep and deep.

Surfboard Details:

Maurice Cole 6'0'' Protow
6'0'' x 18.88'' x 2.56''
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Maurice Cole 7'0'' Protow Surfboard
$719.99
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The step up board from the Metro-TT also has also had a major design evolution. Now a 1/4″vee in the nose deflects chop and decreases wind lift in large conditions. There is also more thickness under the chest, with a flat deck and a chined rail, meaning the board feels thinner under your arm but has hidden volume under the chest. Concave sits at 3/8” graduating to a 1/2″ vee off the tail for more grip and a rail line flip behind the fins which releases at high speeds. The board happily handles from head high to as big as you can catch.

Based on the tow series evolution. The design has a deep concave that is punctuated by a sharp rail which in historical terms would have created a board that would go really fast in a straight line. The Protow ushers in a new era of speed and carve surfing with a rail that won’t let go even in the most critical bottom turn scenario.

The Protow pairs perfectly with the metro as the MC 2 board quiver. Width and volume in the right places create a board that quite often floats better than a conventional board 3 or 4 inches longer and facilitates tighter stronger turns with considerably less effort. This board will have you paddling over the grommets but will impress with its performance steep and deep.

Surfboard Details:

Maurice Cole 7'0'' Protow
7'0'' x 20.55'' x 3.20''
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Maurice Cole Hipster T 5'8 Bamboo Surfboard
$819.95
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Maurice Cole's new small wave surfboard machine. This board has a really wide nose and Maurice Cole's favorite Swat tail. Gaurenteed to bring fun back to small wave surfing!

Maurice Cole Details:
5'8 x 21.25 x 2.5
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Maurice Cole 5'8 Metro 3 Surfboard

Regular Price: $679.95

Special Price: $549.99

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The Maurice Cole Metro Surfboard combines width and thickness from the old retro fish, but introduces a tow inspired bottom rocker and a very deep concave. More width in the tail creates a larger sweet spot and an accentuated change in curve at the 1 mark loosens the board up. This board replaces all Fish type boards.

This design has a foot in both camps. Stability and float while still maintaining the edgy characteristics of speed and rippability. Evidence that you can occasionally teach an old dog new tricks.

The Metro is easy to turn and will suit surfers that like a retro feel, but want performance from a board. Unlike an old school fish the Metro 3 will sit high on steep fast sections and won’t morph into a shopping trolley style slide when you want to lay a full tilt cutback or carve deep lines into the wave face. Ask and you shall receive. This is no bog monster.

Maurice Cole Metro Surfboard Details:
5'8 x 18.45" x 2.18"
24.83 Cubic Litres
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Lost 6'3'' EZ UP Surfboard
$720.00
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This one comes from personal experience. Back to Fall 2012. Matt Biolos had been surfing The LazyBoy and Couch Potato as a one/two punch around home all summer. As the winter swells started lining up, he soon realized that these boards were not going to cut it, unless he wanted to spend his winter surfing between swells and in shadow blocked SC. So, starting with his trusty 6’0 LazyBoy, he stretched it to 6’2”, pulled in the width a bit, added a little more bend through the length of the board (with some flip tip for steeps and late drops) and finally…most noticeably, a re-templated rear half of the board into a conservative, surface area reducing, rounded pin tail.

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6'3'' EZ UP Surfboard
6'3'' x 21.75'' x 2.79''
42.44 Liters
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