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Lost C3 Carbon Cork Short Round (FCS II 5-Finner) Surfboard

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  • Lost C3 Carbon Cork Short Round (FCS II 5-Finner)

Lost C3 Carbon Cork Short Round (FCS II 5-Finner)

Das Short Round Modell von Lost Shaper Matt "Mayhem" Biolos verkleinert wieder einmal die Lücke zwischen Hybrid Boards a la Rocket und High Performance Shortboards. Low Entry Rocker, Single Concave und breite Outline sorgen für einfaches Paddeln und ein "skaty" Surfgefühl, wie man es von den Rockets gewohnt ist. Eine elyptische Rail-Line und ein moderater Tailrocker machen dieses Shape etwas berechenbarer in druckvollen Wellen. Zu empfehlen ist das Short Round vor allem für Surfer, die die Vorzüge von Hybrid Boards schätzen, aber die Rocket Serie noch zu "skaty" ist. Ähnlich wie vergleichbare Hybrid Boards sollte das Short Round aufgrund seiner flachen Rockerlinie und breiten Outline deutlich kürzer gesurft werden als ein "normales" Shortboard.

Die C3 Carbon Cork Bauweise ist eine Neuheit in Sachen Surfboard Bauweise. Es wird ein leichter EPS Core mit einem Carbon "Rahmen" versehen. Das Deck besteht aus Kork, der blank liegt, also nicht von Glasfaser überzogen wird, wodurch das Deck ein softes Feelin besitzt und theoretisch auch nicht gewaxt werden muss.

Herstellerbeschreibung

Our latest high performance hybrid. In the tradition of the Rocket and its many knock offs, the Shortround bridges the gap between easy riding “cheater” boards and the HP Shortboard. Tested all around Southern California in the summer of 2014, this board has more than impressed. The buzz about it is spreading fast. The speed comes from a low entry rocker and wide-ish nose, with a forward wide point and generous concave throughout. The performance comes from a moderate, but not flipped up, tail rocker, a double concave through the fins and the same sort of modern bump squash tail that you would find on a typical contest style, small wave HP shortboard. All combined, it doesn’t look like anything fancy and there are no gimmicks, but some times less is more, and there is a lot packed into this little board.

The Patented Carbon Wrap construction eliminates a standard wooden stringer and alters all traditional flex principles. Carbon bands are strategically positioned running from nose to tail on the surfboard. Flaring the carbon out towards the rail utilizes the contortional twist creating optimum flex and drive. It is the unique method of wrapping these carbon bands from the bottom of the board, and around the rail onto the deck that provides the unique load and release. The carbon wrap technology is designed to increase drive and allow positive tail flex providing a lively, next level performance based board that will propel your surfing into the next level.

C3 (Carbon / Cork / Composite ) technology is a surfboard construction method initially developed by East Coast US board builder, Drew Bagget. Our relationship with Drew began when he walked up to our (Surf Expo) trade show booth holding an early version of his construction. Although still a bit crude, and not completely refined, I was immediately enamored with his creation. After more than two years of both technical and aesthetic RnD, from myself and the team at …Lost, together we have arrived at a patent protected product that we feel brings valid performance merit to your surfing experience. Beautifully built boards, combined with …Lost Surfboards latest models, that resemble nothing else available today. The construction starts with light weight, stringer-less, eps blanks. The blanks are cut and shaped from the same cad designs, and hand finished, like all of our custom surfboards. The deck and rails are then wrapped (and vacuum bagged to remove all excess resin) with our exclusively developed, uni-directional, carbon fiber cloth. Carbon fiber is the 2nd most common natural element on planet earth and remains one of the highest strength to weight ratio, and cost effective building materials available. The Carbon runs nose to tail and is held together by an “S” Glass fill, running across the deck. The specially “cored” Carbon is an extremely flat weave that doesn’t fray or “fuzz”. The vacuum process removes all the excess resin. The Carbon structure, unlike wood stringers, stays consistent and wont break down over time…ensuring a very light board that is also strong and has a fast, lively and predictable reflex memory. The carbon wrapping the rails creates a “C” structure that keeps the board from over flexing under the weight of the surfer, and minimizes torsional flex. Thicker boards (and thus rails) for larger surfers, are proportionately more rigid than the thinner boards…for lighter surfers.

The Second unique feature is the natural, exposed, “CoreCork” sheeting that is also vacuumed to the deck. We purchase our CoreCork from Amorim, an over 100 year old company…with a surfing CEO, who use protected Portuguese trees, that are never killed, but “harvested”, like a Sheep’s wool, every 8 years. Cork is a natural vibration dampener and its use in our boards negates the often twitchy, erratic feel of other epoxy surfboards. The Cork deck gives the surfer a smoother, more neutral and predictable ride.Our cork is purposely left exposed, with no fiberglas over the top of it. When vacuumed onto the carbon, the C3 process pulls resin completely through the cork, adhering it firmly to the deck. The excess resin is sanded off, leaving a smooth, raw cork surface to stand on. The is no need for wax on the cork areas of the C3 boards. When wet, the cork becomes a natural, non abrasive, non-slip surface. Standing and surfing on the C3 cork deck is akin to putting on a nice pair of sandals after walking barefoot for hours ….smoothing out the ride.

When submerged in water, the cork only saturates 2-3% more than its dry weight when wet. It quickly drys…like a ducks feathers, after leaving the water. On our more HP minded designs we have left the cork off the tail area of the board to leave an exposed carbon surface for applying after market, adhesive traction. Traction does stick to the cork, but where traction is used, the dampening features of the cork are not as needed. The bottom of the C3 board is then glassed using multiple layers of clear, 4oz Warp glass. The Warp glass slightly overlaps the CoreCork on the deck, to ensure the cork remains permanently bonded to the rails. All the boards are then finished off with beautifully colored pin-lines (matching the logos) and the deck logos are hot iron “branded” into the cork. The C3 boards are light, strong and visually stunning. They feature a quick, lively and forgiving performance that absolutely adds a bit of spark in typical surfing conditions, for average and above average surfers alike.

Enjoy!

Matt Biolos…

Zusatzinformation Lost Surfboard

Hersteller Lost
Shaper Matt Biolos
Shape Shortboard
Material / Bauweise Epoxy/Carbon
Finnen System FCS II
Finnen Set up Tri Quad (5)
Zubehoer -
Maße
  • 5'3'' x 18 1/2'' x 2 13/16'' 24.00l
  • 5'4'' x 18 5/8'' x 2 3/16'' 24.65l
  • 5'5'' x 18 3/4'' x 2 1/4'' 25.95l
  • 5'6'' x 19.00'' x 2 1/4″ 26.75l
  • 5'7'' x 19 1/4'' x 2 5/16'' 28.20l
  • 5'8'' x 19 1/2'' x 2 5/16'' 29.10l
  • 5'9'' x 19 3/4″ x 2 3/8'' 30.70l
  • 5'10'' x 20.00'' x  2 7/16'' 32.35l
  • 5'11'' x 20 1/4'' x 2 1/2'' 34.00l
  • 6'0'' x 20 1/2'' x 2 5/16'' 35.60l
  • 6'1'' x 20.63″ 2 5/8''  37.25l
  • 6'2'' x 20 3/4'' x 2 11/16'' 38.45l
  • 6'3'' x 20 7/8'' x 2 3/4'' 40.20l
  • 6'4'' x 21'' x 2 13/16'' 42.10l

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