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Lost 5'11 Beach Buggy Hydroflex Surfboard

Regular Price: $799.95

Special Price: $699.95

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Derived from the Whiplash-TB. The TB-Stepdown is more of an “every-mans” high performance shortboard. Used by many WT and Qualifying Series competitors, because it works equally well in small junk surf. Featuring the Same WL-TB, hyper extended tail rocker (for tight radius arcs off the back foot) but a significantly more relaxed entry rocker, which combined with a wider nose allows for more drive and forward momentum , and stability, with a bigger landing platform from reverse and tweaked airs. A wider hip and tail block is added to the outline in the tail for more lift at low speeds, but the tail width at 12” is relatively the same as the WL- TB. This allows for superior precision and control than most al other “grovel” boards. With the centerline and rail volume is carried farther into the rails….and out to nose and tail the TB-stepdown is designed to be ridden 1-2” shorter than the WLashTB. In the right size, this is a HP shortboard that can be ridden and enjoyed by most surfers.

Lost Taj Burrow Beach Buggy Details:

5'11 x 19 x 2.32
27.30 CL
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5'10 Lost Weekend Warrior Surfboard

Regular Price: $690.00

Special Price: $459.99

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The "Weekend Warrior" : Is the latest greatest "Domesticated" model Lost make. It came about after a couple months of Mayhem riding the new V2-Shortboards. When the surf got tiny he did not want to go back to the radically different small wave boards (Like the Couch Potatos or Bottom Feeders) and have to adjust so dramatically back and forth. He needed a new twist on a small wave, pointed nose, shortboard influenced design. Hoping to make as seamless of transition as possible from the V2-Shortboard, it started with a 6'3" 21" 2.75" and shortened it, then lowered the entry rocker, widened the nose a bit and widened the tail dramatically. The extreme wide tail creates a very straight outline in the rear half of the board (reminiscent of their "Tri-Fish" and other Rocket Fish of the mid 90's), He could increase the concave for more lift in small surf, which also added significant rail rocker..thus adding a more progressive and tight wrapped turning radius off of the rear foot. For the tail shape, I was thinking swallow, but it looked old and done a million times. Matt first cut a diamond into to it, hoping to shorten the rail line further and allow one to stand a bit more central on the board, and then taking a cue from many of the young indy-hipster shapers, he cut a deep wedge into the stringer. This created a "Split Diamond" tail. The prototype I made myself seemed to cause some controversy. At the same time, it also gave this design a lot of instant recognition and surely brought the other shapers plenty of exposure they might not have normally received. All the elements add up to a shorter, compact and effective small wave design that is high on volume, but holds and carries it well. It should allow us "Domesticated" dudes another option to chose from in order to ride a pointed nose weapon in small and gutless surf. it makes an incredible one/two punch as a two board quiver with the V2-Shortboard. For those turned off by the Split Diamond tail, We have already made them as swallows, diamonds and even winged Squash tails…all with similar results.

Weekend Warrior Details:
5'10 x 20.25 x 2.5
32.12 CL
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Lost 6'8 V2 Shortboard Surfboard

Regular Price: $665.00

Special Price: $565.00

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The V2-ShortBoard" Is the most anticipated new shortboard model Lost has had in years. The RnD process proved this board as suited to the "Domesticated" surfer, as to the traveling Pro.
Initially created as a board for Matt Biolos after being harassed by certain team riders to "Get off those fun-boards he was always riding and ride a real board". He set about to build a performance shortboard that would allow him to compete for waves in a crowded line up and also let him surf them as easily as on the best and most trusted hybrids. Starting with what was considered to be their most hybrid board, the V2-Rocket, they stretched the nose outline into a pointy, yet conservative, nose and blended the winged "Rocket" tail into a smooth curving squash with generous surface area. The exceedingly low entry rocker, coupled with continuous and generous tail lift, made for a board that both paddled and rolled into waves well, but turned tight and precise in the pocket. The board features a similar foil and rails as its predecessor and continues to have slight double concave deck under the rear foot (which really feels positive and "locks" the surfer into place). The initial results on the first, "Domesticated", version were so positive that Matt ended up surfing these boards, daily, for nearly 3 months straight….without reverting back to any shorter/rounder "cheater" boards. Assuming it would work for the team riders as well, they instantly began to downsize the design to the volume the assorted Pros would appreciate and started dolling them out to the boys. Positive feedback followed with almost instantaneous success. Taylor Clark used a pair of 5'11" 18.88" 2.20" V2-SBs to win both the NSSA Open Mens National Title in HB , and the U-18 Title at The US Championships at Trestles (In addition to the VQS National Champs, in Newport beach). Griffin Colapinto won The U-16 Title at the US Champs and the NSSA Boys Title in HB.. Both on a 5'6 17.63 2.06 V2-SB. After these stellar results , and other fantastic feedback form various other surfers, Lost set out to get them under the feet of some International Pros. This resulted in Julian Wilson riding a 5'10 18.75 2.25 and doing subsequently stellar surfing at the US OPEN . Alejo Muniz got his US Open victory (against Team rider, Kolohe Andino, in a dueling Mayhems final) on a 5'10 18.50 2.20 V2-SB. Finally, one week after the Open, Malia Manuel took down a stacked field (featuring the majority of the womens WCT World Tour) at the SuperGirl 6-Star event in Oceanside. She won the event on a 5'6 18.13 2.13 V2-Shortboard.

Lost V2 Shortboard details:
6'8 x 21.5" x 2.93"
44.01 CL
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