Sunday, January 31, 2010

Cold Surf

Yesterday afternoon a few hours after the tide switched and the wind turned off shore a few waves came through.

Little did the guy in front on the longboard know, but some even barreled.

Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Monday, January 25, 2010

Just in time...

...for the upcoming summer flat spells.

I know you love shreddan' the Folly gnar-gnar on your Lost Rocket, now you can shred the Folly sidewalks on your Lost Rocket skateboard. Tourist ankles will shudder with terror.

One thing about skating in the summer is the oppressive heat. You will probably get thirsty. Well, once again, Lost has got you covered. Each Rocket skateboard comes with a built-in bottle opener because, as everyone knows, skateboarding drunk is more fun.

Friday, January 22, 2010

on Tuesday...

..."the situation" 40 minutes South of the San Clemente Pier on the same day...

Sunday, January 17, 2010

First waves of the year.

A little choppy, but it could be worse.

Thursday, January 14, 2010

Got some green...

...surfboards in. Well, one green surfboard.

It's a new 9'0" Bing Pintail Lightweight.

This one is especially light for a Bing and comes with the standard nose concave and a bit of "V" through the tail.

Dims: 9'0" x 22 1/4" 2 7/8" $870

Sunday, January 10, 2010

The Plank

It seems like for ...Lost, 2010 is the year of the groveler board. With The Motivator, The Blunt, two new types of rockets (The Rock-up and The Squash-it) and now The Plank; Lost must have had us poor east coast surfers in mind when coming up with the 2010 line up.

The Plank is the newest of these weak wave specific boards. Designed to replace the longboard Matt Biolos would ride on small days at Trestles and inspired by the retro "Mini Simmons" The Plank is designed to glide. With a flat bottom contour, flat rocker, and wide tail this board is made to catch even the weakest of knee high waves. As an update to the retro version which acted as The Plank's muse, it has a bump diamond tail with a bit of a flip out of the back as well as a quad set up to add some stability to the tail rather then an unpredictable twin fin. Right now we can only get them through custom orders. The dimensions on this one are 6'0" x 22 x 2 1/2".

Tuesday, January 05, 2010

Strung along

We got a few CI Pods with a custom order today with a new addition to the usually droll plainness found within the leash plug. In addition to the metal rim added to all new CI's in the past year or so, they have also thrown in a free leash string featuring their logo. Get yours today or wait until next year when new CI's will come out of the box pre-waxed with a layer of Al Merrick's Magic Wax basecoat.

Saturday, January 02, 2010


... It looks like 2010 is going to suck.