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Lost 6' Short Round Surfboard
$710.00
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Lost's latest high performance hybrid. In the tradition of the Rocket and its many knock offs, the Shortround bridges the gap between easy riding “cheater” boards and the HP Shortboard. Tested all around Southern California in the summer of 2014, this board has more than impressed. The buzz about it is spreading fast. The speed comes from a low entry rocker and wide-ish nose, with a forward wide point and generous concave throughout. The performance comes from a moderate, but not flipped up, tail rocker, a double concave through the fins and the same sort of modern bump squash tail that you would find on a typical contest style, small wave HP shortboard. All combined, it doesn’t look like anything fancy and there are no gimmicks, but some times less is more, and there is a lot packed into this little board.

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6' Short round
6' x 20.75" x 2.56"
35.31 Liters
FCS II Fins Learn More
Channel Islands 5'6 Weirdo Ripper Surfboard
$749.99
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This 5'6 Channel Islands Weirdo Ripper surfboard is a great fuller volume board that paddles and works great in small to average surf.

Channel Islands Weirdo Ripper Details:

5'6 x 19" x 2 3/8"
27.7 Litres
FCS Fins (not included)

This Board includes a free new traction pad as pictured. This was a custom order board and the customer never came in to get it. Learn More
Guy Okazaki 6'0'' Alien III Surfboard
$620.00
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This is a versatile small wave board. It is different than others with its wider nose and additional rocker to keep the nose from catching.

The board paddles well and will surf circles around the retro models, definitely a high performance alternative to the fish.

Surfboard Details:

Guy Okazaki 6'0'' Alien III
6'0'' x 20 1/2'' x 2 3/4''
Future Fins (included) Learn More
Channel Islands 5'6'' Pod Mod Surfboard
$719.99
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In 2000 the original Pod rapidly became a global favorite, allowing surfers to drop six inches off their shortboards and revolutionize punting. The Pod Mod design is a heavily modified Pod, designed to be ridden even shorter and wider than the original, catering to the surfer that wants a little more volume forward to catch waves but doesn’t want to sacrifice performance. The tail has been widened for small wave glide, and the original single to double concave has been replaced with a flat entry to concave vee for quick rail to rail transitions. Experienced surfers ride this board 3”- 6” shorter than you are tall.

Surfboard Details:

Channel Islands 5'6'' Pod Mod
5'6'' x 20 3/8'' x 2 1/2''
31.3 Liters
FCS Fins (not included) Learn More
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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Lost 6'0'' Grinder Surfboard
$675.00
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Short n wide…with tons of glide. The “V2-Grinder” is a V2-SB squished into a stubby, squatty little firecracker. First built for a few of Matt Biolos “Domestic” buddies whose surfing can be described as “ former pro level, now grown up, with kids and a job, surfing crappy beach breaks with my kids…whenever I get a chance”. Pleasantly surprised by rave reviews from the older, local heroes, we placed a few under the feet of some WCT and QS “Grinders”. Ends up, the board is a superb small wave contest machine. With the likes of Carissa Moore and other world class competitors using them in lackluster conditions to great success, we included it in the line. To the V2s distinctive low entry and noticeable tail lift, we married an outline that resembles the classic Sub Scorcher. The wide tail block provides drive, lift and a stable platform in meager conditions. The short rail line and healthy amount of tail lift (paired with full and forgiving rails) still permeate the water and allow proper rail turns in small, tight, quirky shore pound. Don’t be afraid to go Short n fat with this one!

Surfboard Details:

Lost 6'0'' Grinder
6'0'' x 19.93'' x 2.5''
32.55 Liters
FCS II Fins (included)
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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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Rusty 6' Rooster Surfboard
$700.00
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The Rusty Rooster surfboard came about because of a “what if “conversation with some of the team. It was loosely based on the Hustler. Rusty changed the outline, rocker and venturi configuration, so that the board would fit better in rounder waves but still retain its performance in everyday surf. P.S. it was named after an enormous Jersey Giant Rooster who claims every morning…. loudly!!!!

Rusty Rooster Surfboard Details:

6' x 20.12" x 2.4"
Future Fins
32 Litres Learn More
Anderson 6'0'' Shortboard Surfboard
$499.99
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This Anderson 6'0'' is a great full volume shortboard with a 5 fin box set up to play with your fins as you wish. Hand shaped locally here in Venice.

Surfboard Details:

Anderson 6'0'' Shortboard Surfboard
6'0'' x 22'' x 3''
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Maurice Cole 6' Hipster T Hydroflex Surfboard
$718.95
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This Maurice Cole Hipster T surfboard is a great full volume hybrid surfboard that will work great in small to medium surf. This surfboard is made from Hydroflex's epoxy technology.

Maurice Hipster T Details:
6' x 22.5" x 2 7/8"
44.75 Litres
FCS Fins (not included)
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Channel Islands New Flyer 6' Surfboard
$700.00
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This 6' New Flyer is a modernized flyer, it is shorter and wider than the original flyer. It's got the same volume, but a shorter rail line. This board is good for knee to head high waves, and is great in tricky conditions.

New Flyer Surfboard Details:
6' x 20 x 2.5
31.6 cL
FCS/5 Fin Setup (Not Included) Learn More
Lost Lazy Toy 5'6 Surfboard
$698.00
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The Lost Lazy Toy surfboard is both a continuation and a break away from the Bottom Feeder and Plank Genre surfboards. The Lazy Toy 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 Lazy toy a very open and forgiving sweet spot and allow the board to be surfed in knee to well overhead waves.

Lost Lazy Toy details:
5'6 x 20.5" x 2.38"
30.47 Liters
FCS 2 fin set up Learn More
Lost 5'6 Couch Potato Surfboard
$699.95
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This 5’6 couch potato would be a great summer board. Fat, Flat and fun. This board catches waves easily and generates speed right from the take off. All around fun small wave surfboard. Works great in 0-4 ft surf.

Couch Potato Surfboard Details:
5'6 x 21.5 x 22.34
FUTURE 5 fin setup
33.43 CL Learn More

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