Lost Driver 2015 Review

What the Lost Surfboards site says about the Driver 2015:

‘Year after year this board continues to be Kolohe Andinos go to board. Whether as a 5’11 squash tail, 6’0 round tail, or stretched to a 6’1 round pin…It is still his main rocker for the WCT events to this day. Defined by a long, straight rocker through the middle of the board that then lifts to a healthy nose rocker (so the board redirects when put on a rail) and a low, but curvy tail rocker that’s moved way back under the rear foot. A board that likes to be “Driven” by a strong and forceful surfer, who uses their strength and commitment to the rail, in turning a board. Surfers like Julian Wilson and Tyler Wright have also used Drivers to win World Tour events. A great Shortboard for any strong surfer who might tend to overpower most flicky or loose rockered boards.’

Image source: Lost Surfboards

Image source: Lost Surfboards

Image source: Lost Surfboards

Image source: Lost Surfboards

What people are saying about it:

“Performs as states in model description online, consistent, fast, fluid and plenty of drive. I have surfed it in 1ft-4ft in the last month, pretty happy. One of the rare boards that i’ve ridden and wouldn’t change anything.” – Robert on Board Cave

“The Lost Driver is an older board, but it was a very popular high-performance shortboard, and it still is today.” – Stevie in hostevie.com

“I love the new lost driver template. Very similar concept, lower drive tail rocker. Flyers also work really well. The driver likely have more top end.” – Tom on surfermag.com

“My main takeaway after surfing this for the first time was that the easiness of making the board go rail to rail make the board extremely quick. This board is perfect for someone trying to bridge the gap from the intermediate to advanced level.” – aerwsrf on YouTube

“This Lost Driver surfboard is a great all around high performance surfboard that isn’t impossible to hop back on after riding your fish for a month in junk surf. This is a great surfboard for 2′ mush surf and 6′ macking waves. This board is designed to be ridden close to normal shortboard dimensions and has the wide point pushed back for quick tight turns.” – Rider Shack

Size chart:

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