Pelagic Fish

…Lost Pelagic Fish

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The …Lost Pelagic Fish is related to the Round Nose Fish, but with a design feature as revolutionary as the original Round Nose Fish itself: snowboard side cut in the rails… This board has deep concave for lift, speed and easy planing as well as a low centerline rocker for glide and paddling.

Stock Dimensions

5'2" - 18.5" - 2.18" - (23.0 l)
5'3" - 18.75" - 2.25" (24.3 l)
5'4" - 19.00" - 2.25" (25.1 l)
5'5" - 19.25" - 2.32" (26.7 l)
5'6" - 19.50" - 2.32" (27.5 l)
5'7" - 19.75" - 2.38" (29.1 l)
5'8" - 20.00" - 2.38" (29.9 l)
5'9" - 20.25" - 2.44" (31.6 l)
5'10" - 20.50" - 2.50 (33.3 l)
5'11" - 20.75" - 2.50" (34.4 l)
6'0" - 21.00" - 2.56" (36.1 l)
6'2" - 21.50" - 2.63" (39.2 l)
6'4" - 21.75" - 2.75" (42.6 l)
6'6" - 22.00" - 2.88" (45.0 l)

From the Shaper

The Pelagic loves to be surfed on the rail and initiates turns from the center of the board, like a pivot point straight down your center of stance. When putting this board on a rail, the generous rail rocker allows very tight radius arcs, up the face, or off the top, while the side cut in the outline “locks” into the face, or lip, giving a precise, slicing…sensation. Carving in bowling sections and fin free lip turns feel more positive and possible than you would imagine on a “fish” type surfboard design.

Matt Biolos from …Lost

Boards In Stock

Lost Pelagic Hydroflex 6'1"

Lost Pelagic Hydroflex 6'1"

Regular Price: $795.00

Special Price $595.00

Lost Pelagic Hydroflex 6'1"

Lost Pelagic Hydroflex 6'1"

Regular Price: $795.00

Special Price $495.00

Lost Pelagic Hydroflex 5'9"

Lost Pelagic Hydroflex 5'9"

Regular Price: $795.00

Special Price $595.00

Lost Pelagic Hydroflex 5'9"

Lost Pelagic Hydroflex 5'9"

Regular Price: $795.00

Special Price $595.00

Lost Pelagic Poly 5'11"

Lost Pelagic Poly 5'11"

Regular Price: $710.00

Special Price $495.00

     

REAL Review

What We Like

…Lost started the super shortboard revolution with the original Round Nose Fish in 1995. Back then, everyone was riding 6’2 potato chips that were super thin and narrow. …Lost was going almost a foot shorter at 5’5 x 19.25. People thought they were crazy. Look what everyone is riding today…

Now it’s 2012 and Matt “Mayhem” Biolos isn’t resting on the massive momentum the brand has going. Constantly tinkering with new designs (and snowboarding when the powder dumps) he decided to pursue outline sidecut as a potential new avenue for surfboard performance. After 4 years of R&D, …Lost releases their new Pelagic Fish.

The outline isn’t as extreme as you would think, but the sidecut is definitely noticeable when you look closely. All the design components totally make sense, and due to the sidecut, produce a combination of these designs that previously haven’t been attainable. Biolos is one of a limited number of people who have ridden the design so far and he is stoked on it 110%, considering it one of his favorite boards ever. Incredibly fast, easy to paddle, loose in the pocket. Who wouldn’t like that?

Insider Info

This design is essentially as radical as the very first Round Nose Fish back in 1995. Just like back then it may take a while for people to warm up to the concept, or it may not. The current surf world seems warmer to new ideas, shapes or constructions.

Why You Want This Board

You want to go fast AND vertical. You like fish designs, but want to push the limits with what’s possible. Just like the original Round Nose Fish, the Pelagic has a huge range of use.

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