Built around a more traditional high performance shortboard nose template, my Lost V3 Stealth is 6'2 x 20.75 x 2.69 at 38CL of volume.
This design results in a board that blends Lost V3 Rocket design with the quickness, performance and visuals of a standard HPSB shortboard.
Technically, Matt Biolos of Lost Surfboards added length and rocker to the nose, and pulled the forward outline in to more closely resemble a modern shortboard nose template.
The tail has more pronounced, fluted wings and a more radical “Rocket” diamond at the end.
The deeper wings add grip and control by reducing surface area. The flutes help the rail to permeate the surface, as well as reduce the rail volume, for more precise and surface permeating carving.
The bottom still contains the V3’s relaxed centerline rocker, for glide and down the line drive, and a healthy amount of concave. The concave adds considerable lift, and creates a hyper curved rail rocker under the rear foot, allowing the surfer to turn freely and precisely when the board is rolled onto a rail.
The Lost V3 Stealth offers high speed, wide tail glide for fat faced fun, combined with the ability for fast, vertical, precise pocket surfing...in even marginal conditions.
Hope you enjoy this Lost V3 Stealth Surfboard Review for CompareSurfboards.com!
All the best,
+ See the Full Review with Fin Setup Info., Ride Pluses/Minuses, Similar Model Comparisons, Complete Standard Dims, Rocker/Outline Images and More: stay tuned...
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