+Winged swallow tail (or fish tail)
+ 27.45 cubic liters of flotation (What does that even mean? Check it: http://www.lostsurfboards.net/whats-...mes-explained/ )
++Future thruster set up with MR twin fins plus trailer fin
++Famous traction pad - Black with white logo
The RNFQ was radically redesigned in '07. Featuring a new narrower nose than in the last few years, and a longer flatter rail rocker (with a more pronounced concave) through the middle of the board. Also with flipped tips in the nose and tail, to vee in the last 6" of the tail and most notably a deep single wing set far back into the outline. The deep wing (influenced by MR's vintage twin fins) adds more control to the high speeds generated due to the deeper concaves and faster bottoms.
The narrower nose frees things up for more radical pocket turning without sacrificing drive off the front foot. Ride it loose as a goose with just the twin fins, or add the smaller trailer fin for the same free and loose feel of a twin but added holding power and drive, allowing for harder turns and a wider range of performance in more varied surf. A fun and functional update to the ...Lost Classic.
Last edited by moist187; May 4, 2014 at 10:05 PM.
Reason: new pics added
People are lazy. Good generalization. Sometimes too lazy to put punctuation at the end of a sentence. Wax is coming off, but it's currently being ridden by someone, so the wax is still on, and then it will be cleaned with Soylent Green because its made of up cycled Dairy Queen sporks.
if i'm selling it the wax comes off, if its epoxy it gets buffed with an amor-all cleaning wipe. if its pu i windex.
doubt I'd ever use those. Armor-all leaves a somewhat greasy residue and, idk, seems like the ammonia in windex might do something negative. Lately, I've been using citric snowboard base cleaner (no naptha)...excellent.