2011 Summer Surfboard Guide

lost1 …Lost Surfskates | lostenterprises.com
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Model: Flashback / Dimensions: 34.75” x 10” / Shaper: Matt Biolos / Features top-deck retro ’80s graphic with clear grip. Our hyper-camber mold and asymmetrical truck setup add great surf carve feel. | [2] Model: Uber Plank / Dimensions: 34.5” x 10.75” / Shaper: Matt Biolos / A wide and stable platform for easygoing cruising. Kick nose and tail for a pool-deck aesthetic with full surf traction for barefoot thrashing. | [3] Model: KA Scorcher / Dimensions: 36” x 10” / Shaper: Matt Biolos / Designed in tandem with Mayhem team rider Kolohe Andino, featuring a kick nose and tail, plus ample concave for park thrashin’ and sidewalk ollies. lost2 …Lost Surfboards | lostenterprises.com
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Uber Plank / Dimensions: 5’6” x 20” x 2 1/4” / Shaper: Matt Biolos / Refined version of 2010 Plank. Same rocker and foil but with updates in bottom curves and outline to increase performance. Wing “Squallow” (swallow set into a squash) tail adds bite and increases precision. Nose tip is pulled to reduce swing weight and quicken up turns. | [4] The Flashback / Dimensions: 5’10” x 20” x 2.38” (31.4 cl) / Shaper: Matt Biolos / Knowledge of your past helps create a better future. The 1980s were a time of functional, full-volume boards with bright colors and a flashy fun attitude that made summertime, small-wave ripping a piece of cake. The primary components are a low overall rocker with thickness generously distributed well into the nose and tail, and out into the rails, a conservative bottom with slight vee in the nose to flat through the middle, and slight double concave vee out the tail. | [6] Sub Scorcher / Dimensions: 5’8” x 19 1/4” x 2 5/16” (27.0 cl) / Shaper: Matt Biolos / Starting with an old SD2, we squashed the dims to 5’5”x 18.63” 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. “Voilà!” Our stubbiest shortboard yet, but it still carves like a real board.

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