May 4th, 2012 | By | 3,855 Comments

Lost Designs By Matt Biolos Lost Surfboards and designs stole the spotlight at lower trestles. Pure Mayhem

If you watched the Nike Lowers Pro webcast, you heard the heavy praise for the Lost Mayhem surfboard shaped by Matt Biolos. About 50% of the surfers competed with a some variation of this model and they’re psyching on the Mayhem’s high performance fit with the wave at lower trestles.

Biolos said he shaped around 100 Mayhem boards last week for the field of surfers from 18 different countries. He started shaping boards specifically for trestles since he graduated San Clemente Highschool in 1987, so the competing surfers wanted his expertise to gain the upper hand in the lowers shred fest.

The Lost brand celebrates the radical rejection of the status quo, which is exactly why the state of surfing lives above the lip today. Lost boards are shaped to push the limits of surfing, and Lost clothing is designed for the black sheep in the action sports world.

Lost designs originate from the surfboard art Matt used to airbrush on boards in the back of Herbie Flether’s shaping room. Lost products road tested and influenced by teamriders like the Fletchers, Lopezs, Hos, Beschens, Andinos and Wardo.

Checkout the whole new Lost line at SWELL here

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