Ian Reviews the Lost Crowd Killer surfboard: https://www.boardshop.co.uk/brands/lost-surfboards?style=1918
The Lost Crowd Killer surfboard by Matt “Mayhem” Biolos.
The clue is definitely in the name; the idea behind the Crowd Killer was to create a super-fun board which would paddle fast, catch heaps of waves and still really perform once the back foot was engaged.
The Crowd Killer borrows the rocker and outline from the Quiver Killer (one of our best selling surfboards), then the length was extended to open up its appeal to a much wider audience.
The Crowd Killer has a pretty unique outline with wave catching wider nose which has been given a nice little flip-tip to prevent pearling and help its longer length fit into the curve of the wave.
Things get interesting at the tail with a tasty little bump-swallow which feels really nimble and animated in fun conditions and can still hold a line in more challenging waves. The overall rocker is pretty flat part from a significant lift in the tail to loosen things up and encourage some radical wraps when the situation arises. The Crowd Killer has been given Matt’s new “Hidden Volume” treatment; a two-stage deck-line which centres the foam around the stringer and then tapers out to the rails. This allows the board to carry plenty of volume without the bulky rails often associated with boards of a longer length.
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