Lost Surfboards Carbon Wrap Review with Matt Biolos

The Lost Short Round surfboard with Carbon Wrap by Matt Biolos and Dan Macdonald. The Short Round is the latest high performance hybrid. In the fine tradition of the Rocket and its numerous impersonators, the Short Round bridges the void between these easy riding hybrids and your regular high performance shortboard. The speed comes from the wider nose and low entry rocker, with a forward wide point and generous concaves throughout. The key to the Short Round’s performance is the moderate but definitely not flipped up tail rocker, the double concave through the fins and the regulation, modern bump/squash tail popular in high performance, contest, small wave shortboards.

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nunomsg1 says:

Try this board in 0,5 M, men the best board i haver surfed until today fast power super fun this is only for surfers that adapt fast to diferente boards after i surf with this board PU is to slow in small waves

WishIcould showmyname says:

Very interesting way to go. Giving a board the pumping affect of a skateboard. Combined with the proper fins, I think it is a worthy endeavor. May not produce big results in the immediate future, but, hey, may become a very big thing with exploration now. Just imagine having the power to generate speed as you do on a skateboard! Longer and faster ride and more fun!

xwhite2020 says:

Cool marketing gimmick. Every year this guy finds another one.

Paul Baker says:

I like the look of this, clean yet with some simple science behind the idea.
Likely not much use in big waves but flex and pump will more than aid an average rider in junk waves.
If they are nice and light then all the better. Epoxy rules!

Craig Steven says:

I like that u back up the products you believe work! I’ve recently purchased a carbon wrap quiver killer.. love it!

jose says:

looks stiff as F***, no thanks, I’ll take a traditional PU board anytime

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