The guys at …Lost Surfboards have a couple new models that have either just recently been released or are about to find their way into the shop for the first time this fall. The Sub-Driver, Bottom Feeder, Mini Driver, and the Sub-Blaster. Check out the details below:
We just received a new shipment of shoes from the crew at DVS. There’s a few more styles that didn’t make the photo, so be sure to stop by and check ‘em out!
That’s right. We psyched to let everyone know that BAT surfboards are now available at Catalyst Melbourne Beach. We’re currently building up our stock selection, and will be taking custom orders as well. Check out the pic below for the first couple that have arrived, or cruise by the shop and check ‘em out in person!
We just received a fresh shipment of Matix Girl’s product. The stuff is looking great and is just what you’ll need for the cool weather ahead. Check out the pics below for just a sample of what showed up, then swing by and grab your new threads! (click ‘em for a larger size!)
Our good buddy and in-house master craftsman Cabby came by today and refurbished or built brand new skate stuff for the back side of the shop. Come get your manny on!
We finally got a fresh run of Catalyst tees in, including the new “Melbourne Beach” tees. Cruise in and grab one!
We brought back a few new sleds from Surf Expo this past weekend. Check out the (blurry) photos below of Ryan and Harry Grom frothing over some of the new Rock-Ups, an Uber Plank, and a Flashback.
Last week, we posted a story about a few new …Lost models that are coming out next month, including the Uber Plank. We were a little skeptical at first, seeing as how the original plank seems much more like a grovel/cruiser than a high performance machine. However, after seeing the original video with Kolohe, and now the video below with Kolohe, James Wood, and Gorkin all destroying it on an Uber Plank, we might just have to change our minds. See for yourself:
We just received a shipment of the new Techflex series fins from Futures. These fins are super light and have a great snap to ‘em to give you a glass-on fin kind of feel. They’re currently available in the F4, WCT, EA, and AM-2 templates, so be sure to stop in and grab yourself a set before this week’s upcoming swell!
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We’ve recently received a few new models from the folks at Firewire and wanted to let you guys know about ‘em.
First we have the Spitfire, which is sort of a more high performance version of their Dominator model. It features a diamond tail with step-down rails at the back end of the board, so you’ll get considerably more bite through your turns than other boards with similar thickness. The board also comes standard with the 5-fin option, so you can ride it as a quad or a thruster.
This is a great board for bigger guys looking to get on something shorter or for surfers that just want something that they can ride in nearly everything.
Example dimensions: 5’10″ X 20 1/2″ X 2 1/2″
The second new model that we received in the El Fuego. This board is somewhat similar the the ever-popular …Lost Rocket in outline and overall dimensions. Again, like the Spitfire, it comes with a diamond tail, but is also available in a swallow tail as well. The El Fuego comes in both the FST and Rapid Fire constructions, and also comes standard with the 5-fin option as well.
This is a great small wave destroyer for our everyday conditions (when there is waves, of course). It’s best suited for knee to chest high surf, but could certainly be ridden in bigger stuff as well, particularly if it’s in clean conditions
Example Dimensions: 5’9″ X 19 3/4″ X 2 1/4″