1. lostenterprises.com/

    Hurley Pro - Final Wrap

    The undeniable high light, and most pleasant suprise, of the event for me had to be the Mick Fanning episode.
    He called me after R1 asking if I could help him with a board for the tiny surf we had to start with. He came down and we looked at his equipment, and decided to do a couple boards. While at the shop he digs around and grabs an old KA trade in Sub Driver. 5 '11 18.88 2.25 with KA's signature 12" wide nose (Check photo of him holding it on the beach) and giant tail block. Micks normal board is about the same length, but only 18.38 and a nose thats well under 11.50" wide. He ran off with it and then proceeded to go looney on the thing for the remainder of the event.I don't think he looked as tack sharp or precise as he does on his narrower boards, but he sure looked fun, loose and lively. He told me it was the most fun he had in a contest in a long long time.
    I have to admit I have never seen one of my boards surfed like that. Taj, Kolohe JW...none of them have that same wrap that only Mick possess.
    hurley.com/hurleypro/dvr/dvr.cfm#
    I watch his heats on demand and just think that my friend Darren Handley sure has one hell of a masterfull RnD guy to work with...Damn. By the end of the week I shaped him one a bit closer to his typical board to bring to Europe...see the stoke. I am in awes of his surfing.

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  2. For more on ...Lost Surfboards go to our new website: lostsurfboards.net

    All surfboards featured in this video were made at the ...Lost factory in San Clemente, CA.

    SURFERS (and surfboard dims):

    Julian Wilson - 6'0.5" Driver
    Richard Christie - 6'1 19.38 2.5 Driver
    Tonino Benson - 5'10 Whiplash TB
    Mitchell Ross - Whiplash TB
    CJ Hobgood - 5'7 Grocket
    Cory Lopez - 5'11 18.5 2.18 CM Pro
    Kai Barger - 5'10 18.63 2.32 Sub Driver
    Mason Ho - 5'10 18.5 2.25 Driver
    Jeremy Carter - 5'11 Sub Driver (KA trade in)
    Kolohe Andino - 5'11 18.88 2.25 Sub Driver
    Ian Crane - 5'11 18.75 2.30 Sub Driver
    Luke Davis - 5'9 18.38 2.13 Driver
    Brett Simpson - 6'1 18.75 2.35 Whiplash
    Nate Yeomans - 6'1 18.75 2.32 Whiplash Swallow
    Griffin Colapinto - 5'2 17.25 2.00 Scorcher
    Travis Logie - 5'9 18.25 2.18 Driver
    Sean Jourbert - 5'11 18.38 2.25 F1 Stub
    Gabriel Medina - 6'0 18.5 2.32 Whiplash TB
    Hizunome Bettero - 5'11 18.5 2.25 Scorcher Swallow
    Ciao Ibelli - 5'8 18.32 2.18 Whiplash TB Round tail
    Jesse Mendes - 5'11 18.75 2.25 Sub Driver
    Dylan Goodale - 5'8 18.25 2.13 Driver Pro Rail/Tail
    Koa Smith - no idea
    Chris Ward - 5'11 Sub Driver
    Malia Ward - T Patterson, dims unknown
    Shaw Kobayashi - 5'8 18.25 2.13 SDII
    Taylor Clark - 5'10 Sub Scorcher
    Coco Ho - 5'6 17.63 2.09 CM Pro
    Noah Beschen - 4'11 16.25 1.88 Scorcher
    Michael Ho - 5'8 18.63 2.38 Driver Round Tail Quad

    This entire video was shot in the few days leading up to the Nike Pro at Lowers and in the early mornings or afternoons before and after the event ran each day.

    If we added all the clips from the actual event of guys on our boards it would be 30 minutes long… not 15.

    Video by Joe Alani

    Additional footage:
    Noah Alani
    Ryan Ray
    David Lee Scales

    For more info go to:
    lostenterprises.com
    lostsurfboards.net
    mayhembiolos.posterous.com

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  3. ...Kolohe enjoys a south swell to the sounds of Santana.

    Filmed by : Noah Alani
    Edited by : Jacob Vanderwork

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  4. Compiled from a hand full of sessions around San Clemente. This segment showcases the surfing of Kolohe just before his injury, which has seen him completely dry for over two months now. Speeding combinations of fierce, on rail wraps, technical airs and fin free lip work on single waves are what separate young Andino from the pack.

    Testing a few different rockers and outlines, things were coming together on a few new design elements at the time, only to be put on the back burner until his recoup is done.

    The line up, and my daily work at the factory, are not nearly the same without him. Can't wait to see him back in the water, picking up where we left off.

    - Matt Biolos

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