…Lost / Mayhem Surfboards

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The Beach Buggy by Taj

Specifications:
5’10” x 18.75″ x 2.25″

(Volume 26.3 L)

Fins: Thruster
Shaper: Matt “Mayhem” Biolos

The Beach Buggy is designed as an ‘every-man’ performance shortboard, used by many WCT and WQS competitors because it works equally well in small junk surf. This model features a more relaxed entry rocker, which combined with a wider nose allows for more drive and forward momentum and stability, the tail width is similar to a traditional shortboard which allows for superior precision and control over most other grovel boards. This board is designed to be ridden 1-2″ shorter than your high performance shortboard and can be enjoyed by surfers of all ability … it’s not just for the pros.

 

RV (Recreational Vehicle)

Specifications:

5’5″ x 20.5″ x 2.32″

(Volume 29.41 L)

Fins: 5 fin
Shaper: Matt “Mayhem” Biolos

The RV is the latest in the “Domesticated series” from …LOST, designed for extracting maximum fun with minimum effort. The design stems from the popular Bottom Feeder and Couch Potato models, featuring a “tip to toe” vee bottom allowing easy rail to rail transitions, the double wing flyers added to the tail reduce surface area and increase bite and precision in turns. The small wave summer board of choice.

 

 

V2 Shortboard

Specifications:

6’0″ x 20″ x 2.5″

(Volume 31.7 L)

Fins: Thruster
Shaper: Matt “Mayhem” Biolos

The V2 shortboard is available in stock or domesticated dimensions, initially a board Matt Biolos designed for himself he wanted a board that would both paddle and catch waves well but also turn tight and precise in the pocket. This board stems from the original V2-rocket which is considered to be the best hybrid shape from …LOST. A stretched outline with a conservative nose and blended rocket tail the added slight double concaved deck (under rear foot) gives a high performance yet forgiving surfboard, once the team got on the board the positive feedback was instant seeing Alejo Muniz win the US Open and Julian Wilson a close second.