shortboard gun review

Ian reviews the Lost Rad Ripper surfboard: The Lost Rad Ripper surfboard is fresh from the Mayhem “Post Modern Retro” collection and is one of the most inclusive shortboards from the Lost factory in 2019. Matt’s starting point was the Retro Ripper which he tweaked and tuned for smaller and mushier summer style conditions. […]

A new small wave model from Simon Anderson, this is the Simon Anderson Spudster surfboard review at Benny’s Boardroom. Simon loves this board in 1-2 foot beachies when surfed as a quad. Leave a comment if you dig it 🙂 + Read the Full Review: + Subscribe to More Than Just Videos… ————– […]

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Our man Chris takes a look at the world famous Hypto Krypto Surfboard designed by the innovative and the ever stylish mr Hayden Cox. Shop now at: Facebook Twitter Instagram Google + Pinterest Youtube…

Trip Forman Reviews the Lost Psycho Killer at REAL Watersports. Learn More:

In this episode of BeachinSurfTV we checked out the Rusty Slayer which is an interesting board representing a shift in the market where surfers are looking for short step up boards. It’s a bit of an oxymoron but with the blended features you end up with a board that will go great in solid surf […]

Rare and unique George Greenough, a pioneer (some might say the spark) during the ‘Shortboard Revolution’, has crafted a conventional surfing board- Not a kneeboard, and it was ridden by Dave Rastovich. This is the board George would ride (if he was 23 not 73 years old). On the auction block Sept 26, 2015 California […]

Welcome to the review of the Lost Surfboards “Sabotaj” by Matt Biolos and Taj Burrow. The Sabotaj I have been riding is the stock 5’11 which is 5’11 x 19.13 x 2.45 @ 30L. The first thing I noticed about the Sabotaj was the fuller nose area and the quite narrow tail. This translated into […]

The 2018 Coastalwatch Indo Surfboard Guide presented by The Perfect Wave is your ultimate guide to the newest boards on the market that will make your trip to the tropics much more enjoyable. Tim Hanrahan from Aloha Manly Style walks us through the ins and outs of the newest technology and what to look for […]

Trip Forman Reviews the Chilli Sugar surfboard at REAL Watersports. Learn More:

Based off the global-everyday-surfer-favourite, the Lost V3 Rocket, this is the Lost V3 Stealth Surfboard Review for! + Get This (and all) Ex Demo Surfboards HERE: 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 […] This is Sharp Eye’s new addition to the Disco family. It has the same features as the popular Disco with some changes in the tail area. We changed the tail outline for a double wing and ended it with a square edge swallow. That generated a board that turns in a very short radius […]

Ian Reviews the Lost El Patron surfboard: The Lost El Patron surfboard is long overdue (in my humble opinion) and is going to please a lot of guys and girls who need a more forgiving daily driver but definitely don’t want “just another hybrid” or bastardized groveller. The El Patron is actually Matt Biolos’s […]

A gorgeous 9’4″ BING Hawaiian gun shaped by Mike Eaton for North Shore icon Fred Van Dyke in 1979. This board was made on the North Shore at Mike Eaton’s place on Sunset Point. This cinnamon pink BING comes with the classic logo on both the deck and the bottom; a glassed in blue single […]

And, here, ridden by BeachGrit’s anonymous pro surfer is the surfboard created by two giants of design, Hawaii’s Jon Pyzel (lifetime shaper to John John Florence) and Matt Biolos (lifetime shaper to Kolohe Andino). Noted Hawaiian surfer Koa Rothman, another surfer from the Pyzel horse stud, calls it, “one of the best shortboards I’ve ever […]

Ian Reviews the Lost Retro Ripper surfboard: The extremely versatile Lost Retro Ripper surfboard is a scaled down version of the new Retro Gun. The Retro Ripper has a wider pintail with a bump wing making it a more “fun” and playful shape with a lot more “bottom end” ability than its more serious […]

Trip Forman reviews the Lost Uber Driver at REAL Watersports. Learn More:

Watch more How to Choose a Surfboard videos: Here’s the types of boards that you have. You have your short board, you have your guns, you have your fishes and you have your eggs, or fun shapes, and then you have your long boards. Your short board and your guns are for the experienced […]

Trip Forman from REAL Watersports goes over details of the …Lost Mini Driver

Trip Forman talks to shaper Robert Weiner about the new Dream Maker by Roberts Surfboards. Learn More at –

Confused about where to place your traction pad on your tail? Learn about why where you place your feet will effect your surfing and therefore where you should place your surfboard grip stomp pad.

Surf Coach Scott Rannochan explains the fundamentals of the gun surfboard, including both the advantages and disadvantages of this big wave board. Buy a used minimal surfboard at Be sure to subscribe to our youtube channel for more surfboard and surfing videos: Special Thanks to Scott of

Trip Forman reviews the Lost Retro Gun at REAL Watersports. Learn More:

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