What the Lost Surfboard site says about the Lazy Toy:
‘The Lazy Toy takes high volume/low rocker, neutral bottom curves, small wave surfboard designs to a wider range of waves and a more versatile and diverse playing field. Using an elliptical , “Double ender” outline, the Lazy Toy is inspired by the boards ridden by guys like Wayne Lynch and Michael Peterson in the 1970’s.
These elliptical, continuous curves and outlines, combined with our proven “Domesticated” rockers, create a board that has a very open and forgiving sweet spot (as far as foot placement goes) and can be ridden in waves from knee high to over head with ease. Because of the narrow hipped, continuous curve, outline, you can surf this with a centered stance for down the line 70’s inspired speed runs, down carves and cutbacks…. or step back on the tail and go vertical off the bottom and in the pocket.
The bottom contours (mostly flat rail to rail, with rolled, soft edges and a spiral vee under the rear foot) neutralize the high volume and free the board up, making it easy to push and permeate the rail deep and perpendicular into the face of the wave…..rather than skate flat on top of the water. Paddling? What do you expect….like a Cadillac…for Domestic Domination.’
What people are saying about it:
“Fun performance surfing the Lazy Toy or Lazy Boy has been designed as an easy surfer for a range of waves. It can be surfed from small weak waves to head high mushy waves, with easy entry and trimming speed to make sections and fly down the line. The Lazy Boy is the perfect board to maximise your time in the water and increase your wave count.” – Boardcave.com.au
“I religiously surf a lazy boy and it is the best ”game improvement” board out there. I surfed a bad popout fun board, got the LB and it transformed my surfing. This was two years ago and I can carve it up and have created my own style because of it. I ride it from 1 footers to overhead. It made me want a performance board to do harder cutbacks and airs but I haven’t found one that really interested me yet. Basically the lazy boy is buoyant enough to be like a log but small enough to drop in on super steep waves and control the carve. I highly recommend this board to anyone who is searching. Paddles like a Cadillac. I am also 5’7” 145 and I surf a 5’4”” – User Roccosmodernlife on Swellinfo forum
“After surfing this board for three months, we can tell you is does work in everything from 6mm wetsuit knee high grovelers to overhead, softer points and inside/outside reforms. The LayZboy may be the easiest shortboard to surf ever. You can be “on your game” and it surfs well. You can also be completely “off your game” and you will still have a good session on this board. The “LB” design features a really long “sweet spot” that allows you to take off or stand literally anywhere on the board and still have it turn and go fast. This is great if you miss your footing on takeoff or if you want to highline trim with style during part of your ride then step back and snap a tighter turn. This board likes speed, big carves back into the pocket and has enough volume and glide to start all over again from a dead stop after a big wrap. The range is also really impressive. Yes you can find a better low-end groveler or high-end shortboard, but a board so fun and easy throughout this entire range definitely needs attention.” – Realwatersports.com
“We just started getting some decent swell in the past month or so and I have been riding some more conventional shapes. The Lazyboy is a great small wave board and also excels on big slopey or fat waves. I have had it in some decent sized hollow waves and it tends to be too fast and it is hard to get in the pocket.
Great board and the glass job is good. My other Lost also has a very good glass job(custom too).” – User Aldo1 on Surfermag forum
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