Lost Party Crasher PU/Poly 6'2"

by Lost • SKU LOS20207530
$810.00
6'2" x 20.5" x 2.75" Vol: 38L
Fin System: Futures
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Board Details

SKU LOS20207530
Length 6'2"
Width 20.5"
Thickness 2.75"
Volume 38L
Construction PU/Poly
Tail Diamond
Fin System Futures
Fin Setup Tri/Quad
Fins Not Included
Tail Patch No

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Lost Party Crasher Surfboard

Lost Party Crasher

A magic Unicorn that glides and paddles like the longer boards, but more maneuverable and easier to travel with, like the smaller boards.


Dimensions


5’8” x 19.00” x 2.50” | 29.50
5’9” x 19.25” x 2.50" | 30.70
5’10” x 19.50” x 2.56” | 32.00
5’11” x 19.75” x 2.56” | 33.20
6’0” x 20.00” x 2.69” | 35.00
6’1" x 20.25” x 2.69” | 36.50
6’2" x 20.50” x 2.75” | 38.00
6’3” x 20.75” x 2.75” | 39.50
6’4" x 21.00” x 2.81” | 41.00
6’5” x 21.25” x 2.81” | 42.50
6’6" x 21.50” x 2.88” | 44.00
6’7” x 21.75” x 2.88” | 45.50
6’7” x 22.00” x 2.94” | 47.00
6’9” x 22.25” x 2.94” | 48.50
6’10” x 22.38” x 3.00” | 50.00

From the Shaper

“Looking for a happy medium between our typical hybrids (which are traditionally ridden at, or even well below your own height) and our mid-length Mayhem models, the Party Crasher was designed to bridge the considerable size gap. ”

Matt Biolos

The REAL Deal

Lost Party Crasher

A magic Unicorn that glides and paddles like the longer boards, but more maneuverable and easier to travel with, like the smaller boards.


Lost Party Crasher Surfboard

Dimensions


5’8” x 19.00” x 2.50” | 29.50
5’9” x 19.25” x 2.50" | 30.70
5’10” x 19.50” x 2.56” | 32.00
5’11” x 19.75” x 2.56” | 33.20
6’0” x 20.00” x 2.69” | 35.00
6’1" x 20.25” x 2.69” | 36.50
6’2" x 20.50” x 2.75” | 38.00
6’3” x 20.75” x 2.75” | 39.50
6’4" x 21.00” x 2.81” | 41.00
6’5” x 21.25” x 2.81” | 42.50
6’6" x 21.50” x 2.88” | 44.00
6’7” x 21.75” x 2.88” | 45.50
6’7” x 22.00” x 2.94” | 47.00
6’9” x 22.25” x 2.94” | 48.50
6’10” x 22.38” x 3.00” | 50.00

From the Shaper

“Looking for a happy medium between our typical hybrids (which are traditionally ridden at, or even well below your own height) and our mid-length Mayhem models, the Party Crasher was designed to bridge the considerable size gap. ”

Matt Biolos

The REAL Deal


The ...Lost Party Crasher is the bitchin' 6'6" you have been waiting for.

The Party Crasher is a daily ripper for the higher volume surfer or the mid-length aficionado. Rather than having 2-3 boards, the Party Crasher covers a wider range and allows you to be confident knowing your board will work no matter what you throw at it.

Tech Specs

•Stretched out parallel outline
•Modest widths - not a fatty
•Foiled rail
•Single concave to double concave
•Slightly pulled in diamond tail
•Hard edge in tail running a shaka up from the front the fins
•5-fin set up

What We Like

Someone finally made a higher volume shortboard that's not a boat. The Party Crasher paddles and rides smooth like a mid-length. The parallel outline and thin rail allow you to surf the board longer, and at higher volumes, while still being rippable.

Party Crasher on overhead wave Party Crasher locked in on a bomb. Surfer: Jake Sacks / Photo: Matt Jenkins

The slightly pulled in diamond tail and hard edge in the tail of the Party Crasher make the board really responsive if you step back on the tail. It will cruise and glide if you step forward but if you want to put the hammer down you can.

Another cool thing about the Party Crasher is the range of wave sizes it worked in. We rode the board in small, peaky shore break and it felt lively and fast, while in overhead outer bar surf it got into waves early and felt locked in.

Insider Info

One the benefits of having one board you ride in everything is you will get really good at surfing that board. Whether you’re sizing up from shortboarding, or using it as your shred stick to get off your longboard when the waves are better, the Party Crasher can be this board in your quiver. A board you can ride in anything. A board you can travel with. A board you can go surf without checking the surf. Heck, maybe even a board you’ll wear out because you use it so much!

When looking at photos of the Party Crasher, it may look a bit like the new Rocket Redux. In person, the Party Crasher has more nose rocker, is more foiled, and has a more pulled in tail. This allows the board to be ridden effectively in a wider range of sizes/volumes.

Party Crasher top turn Surfer: Jake Sacks / Photo: Matt Jenkins

You can ride the Party Crasher anywhere from your go to hybrid volume, up to several liters past your grovel volume. For example, Jake said the 35 liter 6’0 Party Crasher felt a touch small compared to his 37 liter go to hybrid volume. The 6’8 at 46 liters was still in control and not fighting Jake at 185lbs. That’s a 9 liter spread of different sizes to dial in your shred to ease of use preference. If you oversized a Rocket by 9 liters, yes you’ll still be surfing a Rocket, but it won’t work nearly as well. So if you’re looking to ride your boards a bit bigger, the Party Crasher is a great option.

Why You Want a ...Lost Party Crasher:

The Party Crasher fills a long needed niche blending longer rail lines, shortboard/hybrid performance, and foiled out rails. The end result is a board that can be surfed in a wide range of sizes and volumes per each surfer, and can be surfed in a wide range of conditions.

…Lost’s Description

The Party Crasher is a chopped down, volume-up spin off of the popular Crowd Killer, with a nod to the stylish Smooth Operator, but without forgetting the performance and maneuverability of our shorter hybrids like the Puddle Jumper series, thus furthering our adventures into the ego free fun of Mid-length Mayhem. I feel like we have nailed the short/wide hybrid for a long time now, my quiver of 6’0” full figured grovelers runs deep. More recently, I've been loving the full-scale mid-lengths, including the Smooth Operator and Crowd Killer, but there is literally a 10”-14” length gap between these two ranges of boards in my quiver. Looking for a happy medium between our typical hybrids (which are traditionally ridden at, or even well below your own height) and our Mid-length Mayhem models, the Party Crasher was designed to bridge the considerable size gap. 

A magic Unicorn that glides and paddles like the longer boards, but more maneuverable and easier to travel with, like the smaller boards. The Party Crasher exists to do just that: Crash any spot and shark around the line up like an un-wanted guest, feasting on typical surf like an open bar or free buffet. Starting with my favorite 7’2” Crowd Killer Round, I chopped 6” off of the tail and made a hard diamond, which further shortens the rail line and enables quicker, more radical, turns. We then whacked 2” off the nose allowing the nose rocker to settle lower and to carry more width forward, lending glide and early entry into waves. 

The generous tail rocker purposely remains the same, but when squeezed into the shorter board allows it to really fit into tight pockets and short, average broken up beach breaks. It doesn't need a lot of room to turn. The Party Crasher retains the Crowd Killer’s relatively low rail volume, and continuous curve outline, which keeps it catch free and forgiving. It features a deeper, more souped-up and radical, single to double concave bottom. The deeper concave adds lift and spark in smaller surf, and increase the rail line rocker, allowing more vertical and tight-radius-turning.

Crash any line up with confidence on this wave catching, yet surprisingly nimble and maneuverable, machine. It excels in lackluster surf, but it can hold in up to size of most surfer’s comfort level. It’s an age appropriate board, that allows more mature surfers to navigate crowded line ups and hit wave quota, without the typical reduction in performance when going with a longer, higher volume board. Meant to be ridden 4”-8” shorter than a Crowd Killer/Smooth Operator, or 4”-8” longer than our range of Puddle Jumper styles, short Hybrids, but with similar width and thickness to all.

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