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The HYDRA..... It features multiple magic making design elements which bring The HYDRA to life. • On the outline, we’ve continued with the snowboard influenced “Pelagic” side cut outline. From our original Pelagic, to the RNF-Retro and on to the new SWORD-FISH, every board featuring this outline has worked above expectations.  It noticeably locks into the wave during carves and shortens the radius of turns while both gaining speed and maintaining control. • The bottom contours feature a unique double concave, chined “Hydra-hull”. A design I first learned from Jim Fuller, in the mid ’80’s and is featured in our classic Bottom Feeder model.  A similar style of “hull” was also designed, popularized and perfected by Bill Stewart as the “Hydro-Hull” for decades. Like a single concave; It allows the use of more curve through the rocker (which makes proper turning and vertical surfing a lot easier) by cutting through and adding lift and speed. With very wide boards, single concave bottoms easily get sticky and stay flat on the face, the chined bevels add release, free up the board from rail to rail and encourage 3D rail surfing, as opposed to simply skating fast on the surface, like so many traditional fish. • The tail is a split diamond, which melds the characteristics of both swallow and diamond tails. The notched-out center line shortens the stringer and reduces surface area behind the rear foot, to add bite and control to a wide tail. The double diamond tail shortens the rail line making quick and radical, power retaining turns much more manageable. • The HYDRA uses a flat-ish deck, with full and forgiving rails.  Flat decks can

remain thinner and still retain volume, and more importantly, are more flexible (even if thick) than vee or dome decks.  Flex is good in low rocker boards, keeping them pliable and forgiving. I dare say this is a more effective and advanced tail design than a typical fish or swallow in allowing radical surfing with very wide tails.#MoreLostThanEver
The HYDRA..... It features multiple magic making design elements which bring The HYDRA to life. • On the outline, we’ve continued with the snowboard influenced “Pelagic” side cut outline. From our original Pelagic, to the RNF-Retro and on to the new SWORD-FISH, every board featuring this outline has worked above expectations. It noticeably locks into the wave during carves and shortens the radius of turns while both gaining speed and maintaining control. • The bottom contours feature a unique double concave, chined “Hydra-hull”. A design I first learned from Jim Fuller, in the mid ’80’s and is featured in our classic Bottom Feeder model. A similar style of “hull” was also designed, popularized and perfected by Bill Stewart as the “Hydro-Hull” for decades. Like a single concave; It allows the use of more curve through the rocker (which makes proper turning and vertical surfing a lot easier) by cutting through and adding lift and speed. With very wide boards, single concave bottoms easily get sticky and stay flat on the face, the chined bevels add release, free up the board from rail to rail and encourage 3D rail surfing, as opposed to simply skating fast on the surface, like so many traditional fish. • The tail is a split diamond, which melds the characteristics of both swallow and diamond tails. The notched-out center line shortens the stringer and reduces surface area behind the rear foot, to add bite and control to a wide tail. The double diamond tail shortens the rail line making quick and radical, power retaining turns much more manageable. • The HYDRA uses a flat-ish deck, with full and forgiving rails. Flat decks can remain thinner and still retain volume, and more importantly, are more flexible (even if thick) than vee or dome decks. Flex is good in low rocker boards, keeping them pliable and forgiving. I dare say this is a more effective and advanced tail design than a typical fish or swallow in allowing radical surfing with very wide tails.#MoreLostThanEver
“ ...LOST VIDEO VAULT “
“ during these difficult times, we at ...Lost wish to add to your entertainment choices. We will be streaming one of our classic surf videos, for three days each, over the next couple of weeks. 
Sit back and enjoy these timeless and classic time capsules from a far more care free and simple time.” Starting this week with 5’5 19 1/4 “In the Fall of 1994, a very young Chris Ward called me from Hawaii- “ Tom Curren is our at Logs on a “ 
Fish”. It’s short n wide and I want one. Can you make me one?” Curren was riding a Tommy Peterson 
Fireball. More of an extremely squished, pointy nose, swallow tailed shortboard, than true “fish”. I had 
no idea what Tom was on, so I went at round town checking vintage 70’s twin fins hanging on the 
walls of surf shops. Got some inspiration, went to my shaping room and came up with what would be 
the first “ RoundNoseFish”. A 5’5” wide nosed, twin fin, with a fairly normal width swallow tail. Concave 
under the front foot to a deep vee, low rocker tail. We got the board to Hi. Chris got on it and the rest is 
sort of history. That Next (‘95) summer, we made some for Cory and a few other guys and started 
gathering footage.. I started riding them myself. We released “ What’s Really going Wrong” which 
featured segments of both Chris and Cory on the early fish. Mainly at Trestles. People noticed, but it 
wasn’t fully appreciated...yet. That fall, armed with a couple fresh fish, compete with rear fcs fin plugs, 
to complement the glasses on Twins, the boys were back in Hawaii. This time with Drew Todd to 
video. Oneill started running ads of Chris n Cory riding the boards and things started to steam roll, 
even before we finally made the film. Andy wanted ”one of those fish things”. My friends, other team 
riders and even a couple surf shops, as well. People really we’re ready for some thing new. “
-Matt Biolos. #MoreLostThanEver
“ ...LOST VIDEO VAULT “ “ during these difficult times, we at ...Lost wish to add to your entertainment choices. We will be streaming one of our classic surf videos, for three days each, over the next couple of weeks. Sit back and enjoy these timeless and classic time capsules from a far more care free and simple time.” Starting this week with 5’5 19 1/4 “In the Fall of 1994, a very young Chris Ward called me from Hawaii- “ Tom Curren is our at Logs on a “ Fish”. It’s short n wide and I want one. Can you make me one?” Curren was riding a Tommy Peterson Fireball. More of an extremely squished, pointy nose, swallow tailed shortboard, than true “fish”. I had no idea what Tom was on, so I went at round town checking vintage 70’s twin fins hanging on the walls of surf shops. Got some inspiration, went to my shaping room and came up with what would be the first “ RoundNoseFish”. A 5’5” wide nosed, twin fin, with a fairly normal width swallow tail. Concave under the front foot to a deep vee, low rocker tail. We got the board to Hi. Chris got on it and the rest is sort of history. That Next (‘95) summer, we made some for Cory and a few other guys and started gathering footage.. I started riding them myself. We released “ What’s Really going Wrong” which featured segments of both Chris and Cory on the early fish. Mainly at Trestles. People noticed, but it wasn’t fully appreciated...yet. That fall, armed with a couple fresh fish, compete with rear fcs fin plugs, to complement the glasses on Twins, the boys were back in Hawaii. This time with Drew Todd to video. Oneill started running ads of Chris n Cory riding the boards and things started to steam roll, even before we finally made the film. Andy wanted ”one of those fish things”. My friends, other team riders and even a couple surf shops, as well. People really we’re ready for some thing new. “ -Matt Biolos. #MoreLostThanEver
....1997 and surfing is still licking it’s wounds after the release of Lost’s first two releases What’s 
Really Going On, and What’s Really Going Wrong — which served as the antithesis of the bubble-gum 
pop world captured in Taylor Steele’s films. Lost just hit record wherever they were. On the road. At 
the party. In the water. There were no skits. No acting. This was real. At the time, surfboards looked 
like bananas in elf shoes, with too much rocker, no width and no volume. But @psycho_ward6.0 and @corylopez were now running around the North Shore with “little discs” attached to their feet and 
shredding on them in all conditions while filmer Drew Todd followed, relaying back to Reola and
Biolos just how sick what was going down. The result is the third (or so, depending where you start 
keeping track) installment into ...Lost’s video library. This was the beginning of the slow death to the 
6’2″ shortboard and launched the ride this board “3 to 4 inches shorter than your normal shortboard” 
sticker on 3/4 of the new boards in shops. The film was raw and it sucker punched us with the idea 
that they could get radical on anything — in any size surf. Chris Ward. Cory Lopez. Andy Irons. Bruce 
Irons, all running wild in the ocean with a bunch of little discs under their feet, completely 
disregarding the modern surfboard trends of the mid ‘90s and in the process kickstart a surfing 
renaissance. And it all started as a bunch of dudes crashing on a couch in need of a ride to Lowers. 
Matt Biolos and Chris Ward’s little surfboard experiment and Mike Reola’s awareness to document it 
all led to one of the raddest cult films to ever be released. It’s hard to believe that Matt’s been 
cranking out a version of this board for over 25 years now
#MoreLostThanEver @lostsurfboards @lost9193 Watch this Movie now on the Website.
....1997 and surfing is still licking it’s wounds after the release of Lost’s first two releases What’s Really Going On, and What’s Really Going Wrong — which served as the antithesis of the bubble-gum pop world captured in Taylor Steele’s films. Lost just hit record wherever they were. On the road. At the party. In the water. There were no skits. No acting. This was real. At the time, surfboards looked like bananas in elf shoes, with too much rocker, no width and no volume. But @psycho_ward6.0 and @corylopez were now running around the North Shore with “little discs” attached to their feet and shredding on them in all conditions while filmer Drew Todd followed, relaying back to Reola and Biolos just how sick what was going down. The result is the third (or so, depending where you start keeping track) installment into ...Lost’s video library. This was the beginning of the slow death to the 6’2″ shortboard and launched the ride this board “3 to 4 inches shorter than your normal shortboard” sticker on 3/4 of the new boards in shops. The film was raw and it sucker punched us with the idea that they could get radical on anything — in any size surf. Chris Ward. Cory Lopez. Andy Irons. Bruce Irons, all running wild in the ocean with a bunch of little discs under their feet, completely disregarding the modern surfboard trends of the mid ‘90s and in the process kickstart a surfing renaissance. And it all started as a bunch of dudes crashing on a couch in need of a ride to Lowers. Matt Biolos and Chris Ward’s little surfboard experiment and Mike Reola’s awareness to document it all led to one of the raddest cult films to ever be released. It’s hard to believe that Matt’s been cranking out a version of this board for over 25 years now #MoreLostThanEver @lostsurfboards @lost9193 Watch this Movie now on the Website.

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The HYDRA..... It features multiple magic making design elements which bring The HYDRA to life. • On the outline, we’ve continued with the snowboard influenced “Pelagic” side cut outline. From our original Pelagic, to the RNF-Retro and on to the new SWORD-FISH, every board featuring this outline has worked above expectations.  It noticeably locks into the wave during carves and shortens the radius of turns while both gaining speed and maintaining control. • The bottom contours feature a unique double concave, chined “Hydra-hull”. A design I first learned from Jim Fuller, in the mid ’80’s and is featured in our classic Bottom Feeder model.  A similar style of “hull” was also designed, popularized and perfected by Bill Stewart as the “Hydro-Hull” for decades. Like a single concave; It allows the use of more curve through the rocker (which makes proper turning and vertical surfing a lot easier) by cutting through and adding lift and speed. With very wide boards, single concave bottoms easily get sticky and stay flat on the face, the chined bevels add release, free up the board from rail to rail and encourage 3D rail surfing, as opposed to simply skating fast on the surface, like so many traditional fish. • The tail is a split diamond, which melds the characteristics of both swallow and diamond tails. The notched-out center line shortens the stringer and reduces surface area behind the rear foot, to add bite and control to a wide tail. The double diamond tail shortens the rail line making quick and radical, power retaining turns much more manageable. • The HYDRA uses a flat-ish deck, with full and forgiving rails.  Flat decks can

remain thinner and still retain volume, and more importantly, are more flexible (even if thick) than vee or dome decks.  Flex is good in low rocker boards, keeping them pliable and forgiving. I dare say this is a more effective and advanced tail design than a typical fish or swallow in allowing radical surfing with very wide tails.#MoreLostThanEver
The HYDRA..... It features multiple magic making design elements which bring The HYDRA to life. • On the outline, we’ve continued with the snowboard influenced “Pelagic” side cut outline. From our original Pelagic, to the RNF-Retro and on to the new SWORD-FISH, every board featuring this outline has worked above expectations. It noticeably locks into the wave during carves and shortens the radius of turns while both gaining speed and maintaining control. • The bottom contours feature a unique double concave, chined “Hydra-hull”. A design I first learned from Jim Fuller, in the mid ’80’s and is featured in our classic Bottom Feeder model. A similar style of “hull” was also designed, popularized and perfected by Bill Stewart as the “Hydro-Hull” for decades. Like a single concave; It allows the use of more curve through the rocker (which makes proper turning and vertical surfing a lot easier) by cutting through and adding lift and speed. With very wide boards, single concave bottoms easily get sticky and stay flat on the face, the chined bevels add release, free up the board from rail to rail and encourage 3D rail surfing, as opposed to simply skating fast on the surface, like so many traditional fish. • The tail is a split diamond, which melds the characteristics of both swallow and diamond tails. The notched-out center line shortens the stringer and reduces surface area behind the rear foot, to add bite and control to a wide tail. The double diamond tail shortens the rail line making quick and radical, power retaining turns much more manageable. • The HYDRA uses a flat-ish deck, with full and forgiving rails. Flat decks can remain thinner and still retain volume, and more importantly, are more flexible (even if thick) than vee or dome decks. Flex is good in low rocker boards, keeping them pliable and forgiving. I dare say this is a more effective and advanced tail design than a typical fish or swallow in allowing radical surfing with very wide tails.#MoreLostThanEver