What the Lost website says about the Psycho Killer:
‘The Psycho Killer is a psychotic spin off from the ever popular 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, it’s easy to catch waves and create speed. It loves tubes, and at faces, and is fully capable of performing full rail carves and nimble maneuvers when asked. This sort of wide-ranging function is what makes the “Killer” Series a favorite for surfers from our top team to everyday Janes and Joes.
– Revamped outline, featuring a refined nose curve and double bump Swallow Tail, for more “Pop” in small surf, while retaining hold in solid waves.
– New “Hidden Volume”, two-stage deck line. Packs in the foam for paddling, drive and stability, but keeps the rails sensitive and agile for precise rail based surfing.
– Comes standard with deep double concave through the tail rocker, or can be really souped-up with R-4 Channels out the tail.’
What people are saying about it:
“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
“I test this board in 1-4′ surf and ride it with a thruster, quad, and Two + 1 set up. Each fin configuration had it’s strengths and weaknesses but the Psycho Killer proved to be very versatile in wave height and fin setups.” – Noel Salas on YouTube
“It’s a hybrid style board, but surfs way more like a shortboard than the RV. The Psycho Killer has a wider range of conditions it will work in, while the RV is very much designed for small waves.” – user bigdeluxe_ on Instagram
Here are videos of the Lost Psycho Killer:
And here are pictures we found on Instagram:
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