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Lost 5'8 RV Surfboard
$689.95
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The Lost RV surfboard is part of the domesticated series of boards. This board is a great high performance small wave surfboard. The RV will have you dominating on your wave count. This is a great board to have in the collection.

Lost RV Surfboard Details:

5'8 x 22.75 x 2.61
Future Fins
45.36cL
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Lost 5'8 V2 Stub Surfboard
$690.00
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The Lost V2 Stub surfboard is a fuller version of the V2 Rocket. This board is great for small to average surf, it will plane through the flat sections and give you the performance you want under your feet.

Lost V2 Stub Surfboard Details:

5'8 x 20" x 2.32"
FCS2 Fins
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Lost 5'8 Lazy Potato Surfboard
$675.00
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This Surfboard is part of ...Lost's Domesticated series. Works good in small waves up to head high. This is a cross between the Couch Potato and the Lazy Boy.

Lost Lay-Zboy details:
5'8 x 19.75 x 2.32
28.11 CL
FCS 5 Fin Set-up
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Lost 5'8 Mini Driver Surfboard
$680.00
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The Lost Mini Driver surfboard is a great bigger wave surfboard that can be ridden shorter by a few inches than your traditional shortboard. This board has a slightly flatter rocker with a pulled in tail so it can handle the 2' slop and the macking barrels. Here is details about the surfboard as described by shaper Matt Biolos. Mini Driver – While preparing a quiver for an Indo trip Kolohe asked for “a short, fast (flat rockered) little 5 fin tube rider”. I recommended the Rock-Up, but he felt it had more tail rocker than he liked and wanted something really, really fast that he could take off extremely deep and pump through tubes from way back. We started with a 6’0” Driver, took note of the nose rocker and outline measurements at 4” and 16” back from the tip, then shrunk the board to a 5’8” and lowered the nose rocker at the tip and 12” back till it matched the 4” and 16” from before. We widened the nose until it matched up the same way. This gave us a screaming fast low nose rocker with a forward placed outline, both attributes give tons of drive. We then rounded off the tail, but left the width at 12” the same. This gave us a very clean and elliptical outline that we expected would move free and easy inside the tube. The Mini Driver performed as hoped. Interestingly enough, one of Kolohe’s buddies (Taylor Clark) grabbed it after it came back from Indo and used it in the US Nationals event in Huntington Beach. He surfed it in 2’ slop all the way to a second place finish in the Open Men’s division. The board worked in everything.

Lost Mini Driver Details:
5'8 x 19" x 2.32"
26.90 Cubic Litres
FCS2 5 Fin
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Lost 5'8 Weekend Warrior Surfboard
$679.95
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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:
5'8 x 19.5 x 2.38
28.83 CL
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