Lib Technologies Lost Short Round Surfboard

Lib Technologies Lost Short Round Surfboard
Lib Technologies Lost Short Round Surfboard
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Lost Short Round Surfboard by Lib Technologies
The Lib Tech x Lost Short Round Surfboard bridges the gap between easy riding surfboards and a high-performance shortboard. Low entry rocker, a mid-wide nose, and concave throughout offer generous speed for charging through waves while a squash tail and performance tail rocker offer quick turns and rapid response for slashing the lip. Lib Tech also made a point of producing this board in the most environmentally friendly manner possible. With the exception of the stainless-steel fin screws, every piece of the Vert Series uses materials that are new to the surf industry to create a board that's environmentally friendly without sacrificing rideability.

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