Lost Scorcher Review

What the Lost Surfboards site has to say about the Scorcher:

‘Kolohe’s all around small to average wave contest board is also the most popular HP short board in our line. His trademark carving style is based around this rocker, outline and rails. The SCORCHER features the same low entry rocker, forward outline and rear rail line rocker of the Stealth, but with the wide bump squash, low stringer centerline rocker and Vee out the back from the SD2. The deep Vee out the tail allows more full rail carving and drive. Kolohe has used this model to win countless national and US surfing titles, as well as his first few Pro events already. This board is already the rage amongst the custom order crew. Ride about 2″ shorter 1/8″ thinner and 1/4″ wider than an F1 or Whiplash type short board.’

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Image Source: LostSurfboards.net

Image Source: LostSurfboards.net

What people are saying about it:

“I have had one in my hands, and it is nice. The above is true: SD2 x Stealth combo. I wouldn’t consider it a total junk wave board, but that depends where you live. The 5’10” was 18 1/2 x 2 1/8 and looked really clean. Single concave to a slight v out the tail. I’m going to be ordering one for 3-5 foot waves, probably my standard sb dims of 5’11″x 18.5 x 2.25. I saw some little shralpers in Newps ripping their Scorchers in waist-high junk convincingly. The only thing that sucks about this board is the scorcher logo.” – Qaudrofinia on SurferMag.com

“Critical high performance surfing the Scorcher by Mayhem is a good option for the surfer looking to progress and take their performance surfing to the next level. The Lost Scorcher will become your go to whip for when the surf gets good in anything from 4ft barreling beach break to 6ft fun indo walls.” – BoardCave.com.au

“Just got a used one through a hookup. 5’11-19-2.38 with aercor glass ons. This board is the shiess..super fast responsive grovelor kinda like a whip or flyer but with less volume for the dimensions. More sensitive rails, probably not as user friendly as a flyer but an insane small wave board for a good surfer. Maybe mine is just too small but does not catch mush burgers too well, get it in a little 2 foot wedge and it feels like a go cart.” – tedshred on SurferMag.com

“FST parabolic balsa rails and triple density EPS core create long lasting and rapid flex memory, launching the board in and out of turns. This construction creates a lightweight and durable surfboard that is recognized for both its strength and performance.“ – HartBeach.nl

Size Chart:

5’6 18.00 2.13 (21.7cl)
5’8 18.25 2.13 (22.84cl)
5’10 18.50 2.18 (24.5cl)
5’11 18.63 2.25 (25.8cl)
6’0 18.75 2.32 (27.1cl)
6’1 19.00 2.38 (28.6cl)
6’2 19.25 2.44 (30.1cl)
6’3 19.38 2.50 (31.5cl)
6’4 19.63 2.63 (33.9cl)
6’6 20.00 2.75 (37.1cl)

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