…Lost’s Exacta Line Now At ZJBH, Ride What the Pros Ride!

…Lost surfboards just finished the first of the limited edition, signed, numbered “Exacta” models for 2014. Each of these boards feature the exact dimensions and design that these individual surfers rode to notoriety in events around the world and ride on a daily basis. We are happy to just get in three models that Taj Burrow, Kolohe Andino and Julian Wilson (left to right in the photo below).  These are limited edition boards, one of twenty each and we only got three, so get them before they’re gone!  Check out each board below.

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Taj Burrow’s Beach Buggy – $689.99

The “Exacta Series” kicks off with Taj Burrow’s, Hurley Pro winning, 5’9 x 18.38 x 2.20 Beach Buggy replicas. Each limited edition board is signed, numbered, and shaped from the exact file of his 2013 WCT victory board. Glassed ultralight with “S” glass and featuring a cleaned up version of TB’s self Inflicted air spray.

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Kolohe Andino’s Sub Driver – $689.99

Kolohe Andino had been asking for a Sub Driver a few Springs ago and he’s been riding in all sorts of waves from knee high San Clemente beach breaks to fun sized Indo since.  5’10” x 19″ x 2.25″

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Julian Wilson’s V2 Shortboard – $689.99

Next up in …Lost’s signed, numbered, limited edition “Exacta” series of pro boards is Julian Wilson’s 5’10” x 18.75” x 2.25” V2 Short board. This is the board that he rode in the 2013 US Open of Surfing in what many were saying was the best surfing of the entire event. This board is glassed with ultralight team “S” glass and features Julian’s signature “X” air spray. Only a few of these were made so get one while you can. Take a look at the video to see what kind of surfing people were so excited to see.

These  boards are only one of 20 each.  Very limited edition, so come on down and check ’em out before they’re gone!