Lost Quiver Killer E.D.D. Carbon Wrap 5'10"

by Lost • SKU LOS17CWQKEDD1051
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5'10" x 20.25" x 2.5" Vol: 33L
Fin System: FCS II
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Board Details

SKU LOS17CWQKEDD1051
Length 5'10"
Width 20.25"
Thickness 2.5"
Volume 33L
Construction Carbon Wrap
Tail Round
Fin System FCS II
Fin Setup Tri/Quad
Fins Not Included
Tail Patch Yes

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The ...Lost Quiver Killer extends the range of the …Lost Short Round by adding a touch more overall rocker and changing the exit to a roundtail. As the model name implies, this design has an extremely wide range of use, from grovelly zippers to overhead barrels.

Tech Specs
• Hybrid outline with generous width thru the nose
• Flatter entry rocker
• Slightly more overall rocker than the …Lost Short Round to keep it loose in small waves and keep it in control in the bigger stuff
• Single to double concave bottom shape
• 5-fin convertible

What We Like:
We tested this board on an 8-day trip to Surfari Charters in Nicaragua. Surf ranged from waist high to 2 feet overhead. We surfed river mouths, beach breaks, reef breaks and points.


Nica test quiver: (top to bottom) Maurice Cole Prowtow, ...Lost Baby Buggy, Maurice Cole Dirty Dingo, ...Lost Quiver Killer


Here are the things that really impressed us most about this board:

Mega range:

This is a great single board for all but the smallest and biggest surf.

...Lost Quiver Killer top of the stack and ready to attack.

We spent most of our time surfing out of a boat, so not only was space tight, but a lot of times you were paddling in to the waves rather than out to them. This makes judging the wave size and power a bit harder. We found the Quiver Killer to be a trusty "go to" no matter where we were surfing and how big or small the surf was. 

The ...Lost Baby Buggy (left) and Quiver Killer (right).

It handled the medium to larger stuff as well as the outline and tail shape would indicate. Great paddle speed to get in early and set your line. The roundtail drew really smooth lines and held with confidence in the barrel.


We surfed a few bigger days in a wide range of wave types from long walled up points to heaving, thick beach break barrels. In the larger walled up points, the Quiver Killer had noticeable drive down the line plus good glide thru long wraps on flatter faces. On the beachies, the Quiver Killer got you in early and made setting up for the barrel easier. The roundtail was easier to control on the steeper faces than the squash tail that is standard on the Short Round. Small, medium, big. Flat, walled up or heaving. The Quiver Killer killed it all.

Impressively loose and nimble in smaller waves:

Even in the small stuff, the Quiver Killer shows some zip and gets the job done.

As impressive as the overall range, was the Quiver Killer's performance in smaller surf. Most of the time, when you take a board with an outline like this and try and make it work in smaller waves, it feels long and stiff. The Quiver Killer's width combined with just a pinch of additional overall rocker made it feel loose and nimble in smaller waves.



You can obviously grovel with more speed and power on a ...Lost Puddle Jumper or similar, but the Quiver Killer performs admirably in the smaller stuff and is loose and fast enough to keep you stoking. We had some days, where at the wrong tides, surf dropped to thigh to waist high over cobble stone reef. The Quiver Killer felt right at home, surfing loose and fast in the pocket. The wider/flatter nose gets you into waves easily and with speed, setting you up to tear apart little zippers.

Insider Info:
The Quiver Killer seemed to cover a slightly wider range of surf than the ...Lost Mini Driver, especially on the small side and with front footed surfers. The Mini Driver is still a popular and relevant design and excels in punchier surf especially with neutral or back-footed surfers.

While the Quiver Killer covered everything we encountered, you may still want something narrower on the bigger/hollower days. The Quiver Killer held fine, it just felt slower rail to rail when you really didn't need the extra width for any part of the session. If all you're surfing are flatter faced waves or walled up points, it will handle and excel in anything you can paddle it into.


Throughout the course of the 8-day trip, we surfed our Quiver Killer set up both as a quad and a thruster. Just like the Mini Driver, the quad loosened it up and gave it some extra speed in the small stuff. If works really well with both set ups, so whether you're a Tri guy or a quad fan, you're going to like this board. The fins we ended up liking the best on this board were the FCS2 Mayhem L 5-fin set, as well as the FCS2 Performer XL thruster, with medium sized FCS2 Performer Quad trailers when switching it up to quad set up. These fins were all sized around a larger surfer, so size down for lighter weights. 


Why You Want This Board:
You're looking for a high performance hybrid design with maximum range of use, small waves thru pumping daze. By itself, it's a great board for clean thigh high through well overhead surf. If you're adding it to your quiver, the Quiver Killer fills the middle of your bag perfectly or makes the ultimate single travel board for surf zones like Central America or similar. 

Board Loft Description
If you're thinking, "How can ...Lost possibly justify another roundtail hybrid in their lineup?" ...then think again. This board starts with the ....Lost Short Round nose template and entry rocker, then blends into an extended roundtail template. This takes the easy paddling and explosive acceleration of the Short Round and gives it more high speed/bigger wave range.

The Quiver Killer has a relaxed entry rocker for grabbing all the waves you want and gliding across the flats. It's nose and mid width are slightly wider than the ...Lost Mini Driver to provide a more stable platform and a curvier outline for better average wave performance. The tail shape is a rounded pin with plenty of area to address low end in softer surf but still pulled enough to keep it in control in overhead conditions. As the tail line draws out the extra length from squash to round pin, so does the rocker line, giving it a nice, gradual accelerated tail kick to give you the extra curve when you need it.

The ...Lost Quiver Killer doesn't replace the Short Round but instead is the perfect single board hybrid for those surfers preferring a slightly wider/flatter design to cover a massive range of surf conditions. Under your arm this board feels magic!

...Lost Description:
…Is an extension of our recently released ShortRound model. With myself and so many people enjoying the ShortRound, it quickly became clear that the short, relatively flat, and stubby board was an easy answer for fast fun in smaller surf, but with some limitations. While spending time in Bali this summer I began doing some tweaking to the design. At this the point, it would be unfair to continue calling it by the same name.



Beginning with the ShortRound, we added a couple inches of length, moderately added to the overall rocker, and pulled the nose outline in a bit. We then changed the tail to a forgiving, rounded “thumb" tail without narrowing it too much where the front fins are. The overall outline and rocker lines are a minimalistic and simplistic continuous curve. The surface area and volume are still generous enough to create speed and feel lively in anything but the smallest, or true “grovel” surf. The rounded tail, reduced nose area, and the added rocker, prevents too much rail being wetted at once in small surf, and allows control and ease of pocket and power surfing in proper waves. Free and easy in small-ish surf while still precise and forgiving in solid surf. Staying with the ammo theme, we swapped the stubby little speeding bullet for the new logo, an elongated, Spitzer influenced munition. The Quiver Killer... a shot straight through the heart.





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The ...Lost Quiver Killer is a high performance hybrid design with a wide range of use in different types and sizes of surf. The model name says it all…

5'10" x 20.25" x 2.5" Vol:33L

...Lost Description:
QUIVER KILLER
…Is an extension of our recently released ShortRound model. With myself and so many people enjoying the ShortRound, it quickly became clear that the short, relatively flat, and stubby board was an easy answer for fast fun in smaller surf, but with some limitations. While spending time in Bali this summer I began doing some tweaking to the design. At this the point, it would be unfair to continue calling it by the same name.

Beginning with the ShortRound, we added a couple inches of length, moderately added to the overall rocker, and pulled the nose outline in a bit. We then changed the tail to a forgiving, rounded “thumb" tail without narrowing it too much where the front fins are. The overall outline and rocker lines are a minimalistic and simplistic continuous curve. The surface area and volume are still generous enough to create speed and feel lively in anything but the smallest, or true “grovel” surf. The rounded tail, reduced nose area, and the added rocker, prevents too much rail being wetted at once in small surf, and allows control and ease of pocket and power surfing in proper waves. Free and easy in small-ish surf while still precise and forgiving in solid surf. Staying with the ammo theme, we swapped the stubby little speeding bullet for the new logo, an elongated, Spitzer influenced munition. The Quiver Killer... a shot straight through the heart.
QUIVER KILLER E.D.D (EVERY DAY DIMS)
On a recent surf trip to Indonesia, I realized nearly everyone in our crew had a QuiverKiller. The thing was, they were all custom ordered and had significantly more volume than our current stock dims. Being a board for not only young rippers but older guys as well, I decided to take at look at the sizing scale. The stock dims tend to force a lot of guys to go longer than wanted to net enough volume.

I started feeling that the original size scale to be a bit slim in the lower size range. In most sizes there was room to make an upsized set of dims for the QK. Not really "Domesticated" sizing, but simply a a second, more generous, size scale to fit a larger assortment of people. Feedback has also been that a significant amount of surfers were hearing the hype about the QuiverKiller, but upon going into stores they saw the dims were a bit emaciated for their needs. I ended up adding a between 1.5 and 2.50 liters to each board. We believe that The QuiverKiller is a truly special board and we want to make it easily available to a wider range of surfers. I hope that these expanded, Every Day Dims (E.D.D.) allow more surfers to enjoy this well rounded design.

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