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Lost 5'10 Lazy Boy Surfboard

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The Lost Lay-Z boy surfboard is both a continuation and a break away from the Bottom Feeder and Plank Genre surfboards. The Lay-Zboy takes these high volume low rocker small wave surfboard designs and brings it to a wider range of surf capabilities. This surfboard uses an eliptical outline influenced by Wayne Lynch & Michael Peterson in the 1970's as well as Dave Parmenter in the 80's and 90's. These eliptical outlines give the Lay-Zboy a very open and forgiving sweet spot and allow the board to be surfed in knee to well overhead waves.

Lost Lay-Zboy details:
5'10 x 21.50 x 2.63
37.49 CL
Future 5 Fin Set-up
Fins Included

Availability: Limited stock

Most orders ship the same day and are available for in-store pickup. You can also come see this awesome item in person at our Los Angeles location.

$689.95
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Brand Lost
Color Clear
Surfboard Size 5'10
Condition New
Glass Type Fiberglass
Fin System FUTURE
Fin Type 5 Fin Set
Description The Lost Lay-Z boy surfboard is both a continuation and a break away from the Bottom Feeder and Plank Genre surfboards. The Lay-Zboy takes these high volume low rocker small wave surfboard designs and brings it to a wider range of surf capabilities. This surfboard uses an eliptical outline influenced by Wayne Lynch & Michael Peterson in the 1970's as well as Dave Parmenter in the 80's and 90's. These eliptical outlines give the Lay-Zboy a very open and forgiving sweet spot and allow the board to be surfed in knee to well overhead waves. Lost Lay-Zboy details: 5'10 x 21.50 x 2.63 37.49 CL Future 5 Fin Set-up Fins Included

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