Lost Rocket

Lost Rocket

Best Price on the Lost RocketI love this board.  If I was going to have a one board quiver, it’d be a hard decision but I think the Lost Rocket would be right up there. This is a well designed surfboard and I don’t think you’ll find many that would disagree.

The Lost Rocket will surf everything from 1.5ft to 6ft pretty comfortably.  Matt Biolos has really done us all a favour with this board.  He’s packed so much versatility into the design and the board just has great performance characteristics.

The Lost Rocket paddles on really, really well but it’s volume is distributed very strategically on the board.  You just don’t notice it.  It’s fast, very fast.and it generates a lot of speed down the line and this comes in really handy when your trying to make a quick section.

Placing pressure on the backfoot will give you a nice tight cutback into the pocket, but whether your pulling big sweeping turns or tight little cutbacks, this board does it all.  I’d have to say the this is one of the best boards I’ve ever ridden and I haven’t heard of anyone who was disappointed when the bought the Lost Rocket.

One word sums up this board… VERSATILE…

Surfer Skill Level

Surfer Skill Level

Suitable for intermediate through to advanced surfers.
Surfboard Rocker


Little nose Rocker,a small amount of tail rocker and relatively flat through the body of the board.
Surfboard Fin Setup

Fin Setup

5 fin setup. Goes really well as a quad but in larger waves you may want to change it over to a thruster.
Surfboard Wvae Height Suitability

Wave Height

Handles everthing from 1ft - 6ft+
Surfboard Bottom Concaves

Bottom Concaves

Double concave through the belly of the board form a tri-plave hull.
Surfboard Rails


Full rounded rails through the body. Tapering to a harder rail at the tail.

Lost Rocket Dimensions

Length Width Depth Volume
5’6 19.25 2.25 26.81
5’7 19.38 2.32 28.36
5’8 19.5 2.32 29.06
5’9 19.63 2.38 30.44
5’10 20 2.5 32.97
6’0 20.25 2.56 35.24
6’2 20.5 2.63 37.86
6’4 21 2.75 41.06
Another Shark Attack on Australia’s East Coast

Another Shark Attack on Australia’s East Coast

Early this morning, 31st July 2015, a 52 year old surfer was mauled by a 4-5 metre shark at Evans Head on the North Coast of New South Wales in Australia.  The fact that this is the 5th shark attack in the region in the last 12 months , is somewhat alarming. Apparently there have been […]

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