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Lost 6'1.5 Driver Surfboard
$655.00
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This Lost Driver surfboard is a great all around high performance surfboard that isn't impossible to hop back on after riding your fish for a month in junk surf. This is a great surfboard for 2' mush surf and 6' macking waves. This board is designed to be ridden close to normal shortboard dimensions and has the wide point pushed back for quick tight turns.

Lost Driver Details:
6'1.5 x 19 1/8 x 2 3/8
29.13 cL
Future Thruster Fin Set-up
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Lost 5'10 Sub Scorcher 2 Hydroflex Surfboard
$829.95
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The Lost Sub Scorcher 2 surfboard is a fresh twist on the extremely popular Sub Scorcher model. The Vee bottom was removed from the last 6" of the tail which increases the rocker by about a 1/4" still keeping the rail line static. As a result the board surfs looser for better vertical and pocket surfing. To keep the board fast with losts of drive Lost straightened the outline in the tail by adding the double wing swallow tail. This is a great everyman's daily average wave shortboard.

Lost Sub Scorcher 2 Details:
5'10 x 19.25 x 2.38
29.14 Cubic Litres
Future 5 Fin
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Lost 5'11 Beach Buggy Hydroflex Surfboard
$799.95
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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
Future Thruster
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Lost 5'5 Lazy Boy Keahana Epoxy Surfboard

Regular Price: $839.95

Special Price: $689.95

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The Lost Lay-Zboy 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:
5'5 x 20.25" x 2.35"
29.2 cubic litres
FCS 5 fin set up
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Lost 5'6 Rocket V2 Stub Keahana Epoxy Surfboard

Regular Price: $819.95

Special Price: $669.95

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This 5'6 Lost rocket V2 Stub surfboard is just like the V2 but with some new minor details. This surfboard has a fuller outline and volume for extreme groveling is mushy surf.


Lost Rocket V2 Details:



  • 5'6 x 19.5" x 2.25"

  • 27.53 Cubic Litres

  • Future Fins

  • Keahana Epoxy

  • 2-6' Surf

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Lost Firewire 5'8 Sub Scorcher Surfboard
$699.95
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Firewire 5'8 Lost Sub Scorcher

Firewire technology relies primarily on the PARABOLIC Balsa Rail to control flex while the high density aerospace composite vacuumed to both top and bottom decks provides significant impact strength, and is stronger than the traditional PU surfboard.

“I wanna board for 1′ mush. Something really short and wide, but still a short board…..something like Danes board.” –Kolohe Andino

The challenged was laid down. Starting with an old SD2: We squashed the dims to 5’5″x18.63″x 2.13″, lowered the entry rocker and shallowed the concave through the center to straighten the rail line for drive and make it easier to lay such a wide platform over on a rail. “Viola!” Our stubbiest short board yet, but it still carves like a real board. Kolohe wanted to call it “The Trashcan Lid” because you don’t need to go dumpster diving to get one of these!

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