Futures have significantly simplified...
FCS 2020/2021 range has landed…
Timmy Patterson Surfboards have landed on our racks. We are very stoked to welcome the legendary shaper’s designs to our shop.
Some great ways to take the edge off and take full advantage of what’s on offer this winter
The Second wave of Covid 19 Stage 3 Lockdowns and how that effects surfing in Victoria Australia.
Zak Surfboards returns to the world of skate…
Darren’s new small-wave funboard. The perfect shape to get you amped & out there (no matter how average the conditions are).
If you’re after a winter wetsuit that doesn’t skimp on flexibility, then this is definitely a suit to check out.
We’ve finally locked the Victorian shaping icon Michael Anthony in to do some more boards for our racks
CI MID the best of retro fused with a touch of modern design. The perfect combination of trim, glide, speed and carve.
Our most popular selling 43 steamer updated for Winter 2020 with a number of significant improvements
We have just got in a bunch of Doug Rogers shapes. Generous on foam, without sacrificing performance.
We are doing it again a Promotional Giveaway- you have a choice these two boards from Town & Country with the RRP $1095.
The Sci-Fi 2.0 a greater wave range with that same ultra fast and responsive feel
Make your wax job grippier and longer lasting – the better connection with your board, the the better the ride.
Lost Driver 2.0 (SHOP NOW) is their latest Pro-formance Shortboard model. The design is a result of an ongoing process of direct feedback, refinement. A Process of rigorous testing from team riders to meet their performance demands. (Specifically Kolohe Andino, Griffin Colapinto, Carissa Moore and Caroline Marks)
Despite the pro focus in this model’s development, the Lost Driver 2.0 is actually somewhat easier to ride than many of the HP shortboards on the market. The Driver 2.0 has a moderate “no flip tip” entry rocker (for plenty of board speed off take off). These is also a touch of extra area in the front end (for even more drive off the front foot). These features mean that you won’t have to be super precise with positioning to get the board going. Also making this model more appropriate than many HP shortboards for our local slopey wave faces.
The extra area up front also creates a stable platform for your front foot. A platform for landing late drops and manoeuvres in critical parts of the wave. The rocker and outline combined with a bit of extra foam along the stringer (with a more pronounced “vee” deck) and low, yet forgiving rails gives you great paddle power and drive. A lower rail helps retain sensitivity. Giving you the ability to easily engage the rail and knife it into the wave face. Despite the added thickness in the Lost Driver 2.0, it won’t feel overly “corky”. The thinner, yet boxy rails, with, with more edge through the tail gives you fantastically quick reaction times from heel to toe. With plenty of control over hold and release at high speeds.
A touch of extra rail rocker through the tail has been added for ability to break line and draw nice, tight radius arcs. This combination of rail rocker with a deeper concave under the rear foot has been used in the Lost Driver 2.0 for extra POP. Overall, the dimensions and volume are slightly more generous from previous incarnations of this design. This gives you more momentum and extra glide. While still retaining a proper HP responsive ride.