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Lost RNF '96 Lightspeed

SKU: 137903C

$845.00
FCS II
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Lost RNF '96 Lightspeed

BRAND: LOST

MODEL: RNF '96

FINS: FCS II

CONSTRUCTION: Lightspeed

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FREE SHIPPING? - We're still dedicated to affordable shopping despite higher shipping rates. Enjoy free shipping on select categories including FCS, FUTURES, ALL LONGBOARD FINS. ALL T-SHIRT. HSS Hybrid WetRash, HSS WETSUITS & HSS SURF HATS

FREE STORE/CURBSIDE PICKUP - You can choose to pick up your order for free at our store or use our curbside pickup option. For curbside pickup, simply call us at 808-597-9055 when you arrive at the Mauka (Mountain side) Parking lot, give us your name, and we will bring your order to your car.

Curbside Hours - Monday - Friday 11 AM - 7 PM / Saturday 10:30 AM - 7 PM / Sunday 11 AM - 6 PM

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OAHU STORE PICKUP

LOCATION ADDRESS

320 Ward Avenue #112
Honolulu, HI 96814

Open 7 days a week!
Monday - Saturday 10:30 AM - 7:00 PM
Sunday 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Phone/Text: (808) 597-9055
Email: sales@hawaiiansouthshore.com

HAWAII SURFBOARD SHIPPING RATES

NEIGHBOR ISLANDS:

 FEDEX 

(Up to 6'0 Boards) $75 FLAT RATE - Door to Door (2-5 days ETA)

 Aloha Air Cargo

(All Size Boards) $65 FLAT RATE - ETA Usually in two days (Pickup at Airport - Aloha Air Cargo Will Call)

CONTINENTAL USA: SURFBOARD SHIPPING

Locations Nearest Airport Code Shortboard Shipping Fee Funboard/Mid-Length Shipping Fee Longboard Shipping Fee
Los Angeles, CA LAX $90.00 $95.00 $155.00
San Deigo, CA SAN $90.00 $95.00 $155.00
San Francisco, CA SFO $90.00 $95.00 $155.00

 

We will pack and deliver to Delta Air Cargo. You Pick up at the nearest airport to you ETA is usually 3-5 days.

All Surfboards can be shipped to anywhere in continental USA but will vary in cost depending on location and size of board.

Please contact us before placing an order by phone +1 (808) 597-9055 or by email sales@hawaiiansouthshore.com and we will get you the best shipping rate possible!

Typically, orders for boards will be sent via Delta Air Cargo.

 

SURFBOARD SHIPPING JAPAN*

Shipping Time: 10 to 15 days

LENGTH UP TO 7'2", 21" wide:
1 board: $235
2 boards: $265

LENGTH UP TO 7'2", 25" wide: 
1 board: $265 
2 boards: $300

LENGTH 7'3" - 9'6", 23"wide:
1 board: $305
2 or more boards: Contact us, and we will help you.

LENGTH 7'3" - 9'6", 26"wide: 
1 board: $345 
2 or more boards: Contact us, and we will help you.

LENGTH 10', 23" wide: 
1 board: $355
2 or more boards: Contact us, and we will help you.

LENGTH 10', 26" wide: 
1 board: $425
2 or more boards: Contact us, and we will help you. 

* For Japan - we do not ship Firewire Surfboards. Boards wider than 26" are an additional $20.
*All prices are subject to change without notice.


CLOTHING AND MOST SURF ACCESSORIES

FREE SHIPPING ON CLOTHING AND MOST SURF ACCESSORIES TO ANY US ADDRESS 

FREE SHIPPING on clothing, and majority of surf accessories, anywhere in the United States!

Hawaiian South Shore ships to all 50 states via Insured USPS.

Sorry, this offer does not include and not limited to hard goods such as surfboards, bodyboards, and surf travel bags. 

INTERNATIONAL SHIPPING

We ship to Japan, Ireland, United Kingdom and Israel (for other countries kindly send us a message and we can check if we can ship on your place)

For clothing and most of our surf accessories!(Japan) 
Shipping Time: Usually 7-10 days Shipping is calculated on your purchased amount.

Purchase $200 or less = $40 Shipping
Purchase $201 - $300 = $35 Shipping
Purchase $301 - $400 = $30 Shipping
Purchase $401 - $500 = $20 Shipping
Purchase $500 or more: Shipping is Free

For clothing and most of our surf accessories! (Ireland, UK, Israel and others) $40 Shipping Fee

APPARELS SHIPPING JAPAN*

$20 FLAT RATE - For T-shirts and other apparels

$20/EACH FOR GRAYSON BAGS

Sorry, this does not include and not limited hard goods such as surfboards, bodyboards, and surf travel bags.


QUESTIONS?
ENGLISH OR JAPANESE = OK!
Call us at: +1 (808) 597-9055
Email us at: sales@hawaiiansouthshore.com
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Lost’s 25th Anniversary and the RNF ’96


When you work in the surf industry, it is fun to see all of the new brands that pop up and to watch and see which ones stand the test of time and become established companies. …Lost is one of those success stories, starting out as a sort of punk, grassroots surfboard label in Southern California and growing into one of the most respected surfboard brands in the world.

This year is …Lost’s 25th anniversary, and here at Hawaiian South Shore we have been working with Matt Biolos and stocking his boards almost from the beginning—for 22 of those 25 years!

To celebrate …Lost’s 25th anniversary, Matt Biolos is re-releasing the RNF ’96—one of the surfboards that first got …Lost started.

This round nose fish was the star of the 1995/1996 film 5'5" x 19 ¼", and helped start the fish renaissance in the late 1990s. A hybrid shortboard with a rounded nose, swallow tail, extra width through the middle of the board, and was ridden a few inches shorter than a normal shortboard, making it a great performance groveler back when grovelers hadn’t even been invented yet!

Over the years, the RNF has gone through a number of different versions, including the RNF Retro, RNF REDUX, and the RNF Quint. Through it all, the board has remained one of …Lost’s best sellers, due to the fact that it is so versatile and fun to surf, and makes average to poor waves (the type that we surf most of the time) enjoyable. But the classic RNF ’96 has always maintained its popularity, due to the fact that it started the whole movement and was such a timeless design when it was first created.

To help celebrate …Lost’s 25th anniversary, we have a new stock of RNF
’96 boards on the way to Hawaiian South Shore, just in time for surfing season here in Town. Come celebrate this piece of surfing history with us and grab an RNF ’96 for your first surf! 

FEATURES

  • Rocker curves: Remain engrained to the original proven curves.
  • Outline curves: Both nose and tail were usually the same width at 12” and remain true, but with more precision, including added curve and width around 6” from the tail. One “secret” about the original’s success was that, unlike most all other “fish” the tail width on ours was closer to that of a typical HP Shortboard. This allows much more control off the tail than typical fish designs.
  • Bottom Contours: The classic single concave to double concave, accelerating vee combination are defining design elements and hold true to adherence.
  • The Thickness Flow, Deckline, Rails, and Tail Foil: They were all over the map in those rudimentary hand shape days. Each board was different, with most of them having noticeably different curves and thickness from one rail to the other.
  • In re-creating these boards, which one is correct? In the end, I went with gut feeling on what would work best.

 

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