Lost Bottom Feeder

Lost Bottom Feeder

Best Price on the Lost Bottom FeederThe Lost Bottom Feeder is one of those boards with a specific purpose in mind… getting the most out of the available waves. Catching waves on this board is a breeze.  It just gets going so effortlessly in smaller waves.  It can still handle a drop pretty well though because it’s got a rolled belly to stop it from catching.

The Lost Bottom Feeder definitely has the ability to make very fast & responsive direction changes and overall just feels  like it surfs really well in waves where a lot of boards wouldn’t perform at all.

That’s the thing with a board like the Lost Bottom Feeder or the JS Matrix, is that they’re designed for a specific purpose.  They’re not the kind of board I’d buy if I was looking for a one board quiver, but a board Like the Lost Bottom Feeder will get you out on days when your normal board just wouldn’t cut it.  So that means more time on the water. It surfs well, it’s quick and responsive.  It can really make surfing less appealing waves a lot of fun. It’s a good board that’s in demand and for good reason.

Surfer Skill Level

Surfer Skill Level

Suitable for beginners through to advanced surfers.
Surfboard Rocker


Low Entry rocker but a rolled belly allows the board to still take a good drop.
Surfboard Fin Setup

Fin Setup

Designed as a Quad but can be made as a 5 fin.
Surfboard Wvae Height Suitability

Wave Height

Designed to be surfed in 1-5ft waves.
Surfboard Bottom Concaves

Bottom Concaves

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


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

Lost Bottom Feeder Dimensions

Length Width Depth Volume
5’4 20.50 2.32 30.0L
5’6 21.00 2.38 33.1L
5’8 21.50 2.50 35.7L
5’10 22.00 2.63 40.2L
6’0 22.50 2.75 44.1L
6’2 23.00 2.80 46.4L
6’4 23.50 2.88 50.6L
Rusty Surfboards

Rusty Surfboards

Rusty Preisendorfer is the man behind Rusty Surfboards.  Born in 1953, it was around 13 years old that Rusty Preisendorfer discovered surfing.  From this point it took approximately 4 years for the 1st unofficial Rusty Surfboards shape to come to life (not that Rusty Surfboards existed yet…) . After meeting Peter Townend at the World […]

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