With winter bringing in some South Florida swells, on Wave Wednesday we wanted to share one of our favorites – The Lost Psycho Killer.
The Lost Psycho Killer is a psychotic spin off-from the ever popular Lost Quiver Killer. Featuring all the design aspects that made the Quiver Killer one of the most popular surfboards in the world for the last few years, the Psycho Killer boasts more forgiveness. This new take gives you versatility in a wide range of conditions with an ease in catching waves and creating speed.
The Lost Psycho Killer loves tubes. At faces, the Psycho Killer, it is fully capable of performing full rail carves and nimble maneuvers. The “Killer” Series a favorite for pros to everyday Janes and Joes.
The Lost Psycho Killer features a revamped outline with a refined nose curve and double bump Swallow Tail. These features give you more “Pop” in small surf, while retaining hold in solid waves.
With the Lost’s “Hidden Volume” (a two stage deck-line where the middle of the board is packed with volume for easy paddling and an ability to keep driving through weaker sections), the Psycho Killer gives you more drive and stability. This allows the rails to maintain a performance profile on the water for smooth precision for rail-based surfing while maintaining comfort and forgiveness.
The Lost Psycho Killer comes standard with deep double concave through the tail rocker.
What People Are Saying About the Lost Psycho Killer
“It looks like Matt “Mayhem” Biolos has whipped up another versatile board that will cause your quiver to gather dust.” – SURFER Magazine
“The Psycho Killer really is a versatile shortboard; relishing steep and hollow waves and more than capable of full-rail carving and snappy maneuvers on the open face in less than perfect conditions. This adaptability is going to appeal to anyone looking for a do-it-all, everyday sled.” – Boardshop UK