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M.R. 1980 Retro 6'4 Surfboard
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This 6'4 M.R. 1980 Retro surfboard is a great full volume fish that is fast and speedy down the line.

M.R. 1980 Retro Surfboard details:

6'4 x 21.75" x 2.63"
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Lost 6'4 V2 Domesticated Shortboard Surfboard
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The Lost V2 Domesticated Shortboard surfboard is a great performance shortboard with a little more volume. This is great for smaller conditions or for the surfer that wants a full volume everyday shortboard.

Lost V2 Domesticated Shortboard details:

6'4 x 21 x 2.75
FCS2 Fins
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Lost 6'4 V3 Rocket Surfboard
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The Lost V3 Rocket surfboard is a great small wave shortboard for the surfer that doesn't want to ride a fish type surfboard. The Rocket V3 is fast and maneuverable just like your shortboard.

Lost Rocket V3 Details:
6'4 x 21" x 2.75"
Future Fins
40.87 CL Learn More
Channel Islands 6'4 New Flyer Surfboard
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In 1999, Al Merrick designed the Flyer, revolutionizing high performance surfing in small waves. For 2013 Channel Islands has modernized the Flyer into a shorter and wider package. This new plan-shape allows for the same volume in a shorter rail line. We kept the forgiving 2-stage rocker and added spiral vee starting in front of the fins to allow for rail-to-rail quickness. The signature Merrick hip provides a pivot point for tight arcs.

The New Flyer is now available with a unidirectional carbon strip. The carbon stiffens the middle of the board, increasing flex and bend in the tail and thereby a tighter turn radius. The carbon also reinforces the middle portion of the board against breakage with no detectable weight.

CI New Flyer Details:
6'4 x 21 3/4 x 2 7/8
Swallow Tail
FCS 3 Fin Set-up
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Lost 6'4 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 elliptical outline influenced by Wayne Lynch & Michael Peterson in the 1970's as well as Dave parameter in the 80's and 90's. These elliptical 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:
6'4 x 22.63 x 2.88
47.12 CL
Future 5 Fin Set-up
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Lost 6'4 Taj Whiplash Surfboard

Regular Price: $618.95

Special Price: $499.95

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Using the classic “Whiplash” model as a starting point, this board has now become the most refined and streamlined design in Lost’s line. Based off of TBs winning board from the 2012 Quiksilver Pro (Snapper Rocks) it is relatively low volume board , with continuous rocker (to fit where ever TB wants to go on the wave) and deep concaves (for lift and the speed to get there ). A relaxed central rocker maintains speed and carry through the flats, while hyper-extended tail kick in the last 16” and a moderately lifted nose keep the board free, loose and responsive. The outline also has an aggressive, continuous curve , cutting out all the unneeded surface area, thus no hip or bump in front of the fins that most of our boards feature. The nose, while not as needle or narrow as in the past, is still pulled enough to not get in the way of TBs fast and critical, tight radius turns. Although not for everyone, this board is relatively easy to ride and is best for younger and fit surfers who are above average, have no problem creating their own speed, and surf regularly in punchy beach or decent quality point breaks and want to surf as critical and radical as possible.

Taj Whiplash Details:
6'4 x 19.38 x 2.36
32.75 CL
FCS Thruster Fin Set-up
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