Who = Who should be riding this model
When = When should this model be ridden
What = What this model is about
Who - Intermediate to advanced surfers will get the most out of the Lost Step Driver. It is a board that Lost's top level surfers have been riding while in competitions, while traveling, or in solid surf at home.
When - The Lost Step Driver is for the highest level of performance surfing, in the type of real waves, where critical maneuvers and tube riding meet. The Lost Step Driver allows surfers to ride larger, more powerful and more challenging waves, as if they were head high and playful.
What - Meant to be ridden 1-2” (or more, if customized) longer, similar width and a bit thicker, than a Lost Driver 2.0 or similar HP shortboard, the Lost Step Driver rides like a seamless transition from your everyday board, without sacrificing performance for control. Tested and proven in powerful surf around the world, by WCT surfers such as Olympians, Kolohe Andino, Carissa Moore and Caroline Marks, as well as Griffin Colapinto, Yago Dora and free surfers like Mason Ho and Ian Crane and up-n-comers like Crosby Colapinto and Eli Hanniman. It’s a one stop shop, for the needs of Lost's entire team. The Lost Step Driver is usually only 1-2” longer than their everyday board. Anyone with a Lost Driver 2.0 in their quiver (or similar high-performance shortboard), who is looking for that perfect board to transition to when the waves get special (or if you’re lucky to live somewhere like Hawaii or Indo, where these waves are the norm) will be pleased to have the Lost Step Driver in their arsenal.