XTRTM High end, custom made surfboards that are incredibly strong, light, white and very resistant to dents and dings. They offer very high performance characteristics and feel faster and more responsive than any other custom boards in the market. Absolutely no water is absorbed when dinged and they make a good travel board for that reason. Very popular custom order boards that float and paddle well and have a unique feel with a fast reflex snap under your feet and a quick, responsive, "lively" touch. All XTR boards feature the Trademarked "THERMOVENTS" which eliminate delaminations that lead to creases, breaks and performance failures.

NEW XTR-7 series. New and improved XTR foam and resin formulas are now more durable and heat resistant up to 175°F. Chose between XTR-7.C, super light.

(4oz. / 4x4oz. "S" glass) or XTR-7.0, durable glass (4 oz. / 6x4 oz.).
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LOST XTR SURFBOARDS

 
     

 
 

WHIPLASH
The pros' custom order board of choice. Deeper concave set further back into tail. Built for precision, tight radius, high speed, spontaneous surfing. The most sensitive and response board we offer.
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PSYCHO WARD
The CHRIS WARD PRO MODEL is a Hybrid of the Whiplash and Speed DemonII. Designed to handle Chris' power surfing in weak to average waves. It takes the Whiplash's precision & quickness and makes it more responsive to power surfing in smaller surf.
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SPEED DEMON II
Our best selling model two years in a row. It is the perfect blend of full and forgiving, yet high performance board for the every day surfer looking for slightly wide standard dims that the pros potato chips without sacrificing manuverability. Dino and Kalohe Andfino's favorite.
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ROUND NOSE FISH
Before twin fin fish were cool (and probably after) there was the Lost RNF. Ridden to fame by Cory Lopes, Chris Ward, and A.I. in the video 5'5"x19 1/4" it has remained virtually unchanged since. Most popular selling Fish model of all time. Paddles and trims like a longboard, yet turns on a dime.
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ROCKET
A runaway success! The most positive reaction to a new model since the original Round Nose Fish! Originally shaped as a 5'3" for Shane’s young son Noah by former ...Lost shaper and pro surfer Noah Budroe. The board features a wide forward outline with round forgiving rails, flat deck and a wide “rocket” tail. The rocker is extremely low in the entry, for instant speed, with an exaggerated kick in the tail for tight arcs out of turns.
This board actually has as much tail rocker as any board in our line. Coupled with a deep concave throughout, via a straightened stringer line, the board is a small to average wave all-rounder that can be effectively ridden 4" to 8" shorter, 1/8" thinner, and just slightly wider than your normal short board without sacrificing any of the carve or drive. This thing has to be ridden to be believed...
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SD III
First released in ’06, and was the best response we‘ve ever had for a new Shortboard model. This year’s version features our latest fine tuned rocker and bottom contours and that classic SD3 outline. Built with a vee deck to boxy, yet sensitive rail. The rocker is long and straight through the middle with accentuated kick in the nose and tail allowing it to carry through flats, fit in tight pockets, and lay on a rail.
This board has become our all around War Horse of a Shortboard. Comes standard now as a no bump squash, but was ridden with success and made popular as double wing swallow by Ward. This is still our “go to” board for most first time custom orders.
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RNFQ
(Seen under the feet of Mason Ho, Aaron Cormican, and Cory Lopez in 5'5" x 19 ¼" REDUX) ItÂ’s a great opportunity to get the same free and loose feel of a twin, but have added holding power and drive allowing for harder turns and a wider range of performance in more varied surf.
The main difference from the RNF is a wider tail, which straightens the outline (thus adding more drive). The wider tail works well with the extra fins out on the rail and adds more lift in small surf. Enjoy playing with a multitude of fin setups for different experiences in different conditions.
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SHARK
A versatile design that comes standard with a 5 fin setup, for a one board quiver. Designed with low entry rocker, a flat deck, and full steep rails for built in speed and stability. Great board for average surfers in junk surf, and meant to be ridden 2-4" shorter and 1" wider than a typical shortboard. It features a wide tail and a full but pointed nose outline. A shallow, conservative concave (to help negate the added width) from forward of center through the front fins to a double concaved vee behind the back foot. Great small wave board for average ability surfers. Works great in broken up surf and mushy walls, paddles fast, makes you look good. This year's version features new "Super Swallow" tail.
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WCT
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SD IV
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DRIVER
Surfboard trends tend to move in circles. The last few years have been highlighted by a move toward shorter, wider, higher volume surfboards.Because of shapers melding these elements, with creative combinations of rocker, foil, bottom contours and fin clusters, the everyday surfer has benefitted dramatically. But what's next? In the end, we feel it comes back to a user friendly, high performance, modern shortboard. A shortboard that isn't impossible to jump onto after riding a stubby hybrid everyday for a month doesn't feel long or stiff, or paddle like an Alia. A short board that works in everything from 2' mush to 6' grinders. The Driver, Developed when one of the bigger, more powerful, yet still new school, surfers on tour came looking for something special for the California contest season. The design concept wasn't new, but the resulting board is. Defined by a long, straight rocker through the middle of the board that then lifts to a healthy nose rocker (so the board redirects when put on a rail) and a low, but curvy tail rocker that's moved way back under the rear foot (for quick turns in tight sections). The same goes for the outline: It's long and straight through the middle (netting a wider than average nose and rear hip area, allowing it to be ridden close to traditional shortboard widths with a lot of curve from just in front of the fins, through the tail. The wide point is pushed further back, creating a turning fulcrum between the feet. These elements, combined with a flattish deck line, full rails and a thickness flow that holds volume into the tips, nets a board that glides through flats, holds long arcing carves and still snaps in the pocket. Unlike any other board in our line and is not only being quickly adopted by top team riders pros looking for something new, but we honestly feel that the Driver is the board that can get us all back onto a modern High Performance thruster shortboard. Recommended to be ridden close to typical shortboard dims, with higher volume than normal due to the design.
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Dbl-Blunt
For many of us, the Blunt has been an all time favorite in waist to head high surf. I end up taking mine on work trips to places like Costa Rica and Europe, etc and I know I can feel comfortable in most small surf situations. Often times I end up being in surf that's just one step (or maybe 2 steps) above what the Blunt excels in, and I wish I had something with a bit more hold and control\without sacrificing the freedom, speed and looseness. Introducing the DBL-BLUNT. Meant to be ridden 1-2" longer than a Blunt. Everything (outline, foil, rocker, etc) the same, except a touch more nose rocker in the front 12\and double bumps added to create significantly less tail area behind the fins. I can still generate speed injunk, but lay down far more critical and precise turns, when going full speed, as well as hold in off the top and bottom on waves up to 3-4' overhead. Not as gunny or foiled out as The Rock-Up, but more of a one board quiver for a conservative, hybrid loving, surfer who needs something for 3'-8' surf.
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BLACK SHEEP
What if we combined two of our most popular designs? Put a Sub-Scorcher tail on the Rockets nose? We did just that, and what came out is the driviest, on- rail carving, hybrid stub we have ever made. Featuring the exact nose outline, rocker and foil that made the Rocket’s so fast, smashed together with the Sub-Scorcher's wide tailed, flat rocker to vee combo. The rear outline and rocker both become straighter than the Rocket, allowing this board to fly across flat gutless waves in a way the Rocket couldn't for many surfers. The vee lends control and smooth rail-to-rail transitions, and "Super Swallow" tail allows some bleeding off of speed and adds bite, encouraging hard turning. For any one who wished the Rocket was easier to ride in junky waves, but didn't want to add volume or go to a more "grovel" board design, this is your answer. Designed with double concave, "exacta deck" (first used in our Placebo line a few years back) in the tail, to mimic that "magic board", locked in feeling for your back foot. Because of the low tail rocker and tail shape this board works well as a Thruster or quad.
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FLASHBACK
The 1980's, an era of functional, full volume boards with bright colors and a flashy, fun attitude that made summertime small wave ripping a piece of cake. That was the inspiration for this board. Taking design (both shape and art) direction from some of the hottest boards of the neon 80's (McCoy, MR, Simon, Stussy, McElroy, Schroff and Rusty). By morphing together what I loved most about this era with a bit of what we have learned in modern times we came up with this "Blast from The Past". The primary components are a low overall rocker, 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. The extremely wide back half of theboard generates radical drive and lift, while the double bump "butt" tail adds control and smooth roll in and out of turns. Works great as quad or thruster so we stock with 5 fin plugs. This board is just too easy to have fun on. We highly recommend them with our assortment of classic 80's air sprays to finish things off.
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PLANK-UBER
Refined, more high performance version of "The Plank". Never one to leave well enough alone and influenced by the feeling of burying a snowboard rail 90 degrees into soft powder, I went to work fine tuning The Plank into a small wave, on rail, carving Machine. 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 un-needed volume, swing weight and quicken up turns. Bottom now features single concave set into a rolled Vee through middle, increasing lift at low speedswhile still being easy to roll onto a rail for hard carves in the smallest of waves.
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F1 STUB
All around competition short board. During 2009, as the F1 became a board of choice for many team riders, the low end limitations of the design were becoming apparent. Looking to make the F1 excel in smaller gutless surf, we widened and slightly lowered the rocker in the nose for forward glide (but kept the tail rocker the same). We increased rail volume and straightened the outline via a hip making the tail wider in front of the fins and at the tail block - adding drive, lift and tight radius pivot, but keeps same width at 12" for control. Coco Ho won back to back WQS events in Brazil on her magic F1 Stub this fall. Young Aussie Phenom, J.W., used an F1 Stub to make 3 WQS finals in a row and secure a late season push for 2011 WT qualification. Fine tuning and intensive RnD with top pros during 2010 has netted an F1 Stub that is a contest proven, quintessential, modern, everyday performance surfboard.
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