From the TWS website check out 60 MINUTES IN THE PARK: PAT DUFFY
It’s crazy to think that next year it’ll have been 20 years since Pat Duffy released his epic game-changing part in Questionable. So for an ode to our 30th anniversary, as well as Questionable’s 20th anniversary, we got Mr. Duffy himself–#13 on our 30 most influential skaters of all time list–in to crush the park for an hour. Seems he hasn’t slowed down one bit either.
Video by Chris Thiessen, additional filming by Ryan Alvarado
Kyle Berard killed it over the weekend at the 2012 Tampa pro skate contest. Kyle put together a couple of solid runs that landed him a 8th place finish and to top it The SKateboard Mag gave him the Fan Favorite award. Check out a couple photos from The Skatepark of Tampa/ Rob Meronek
Take a look at these recent clips of Kyle Berard absolutely ripping the dance floor, hitting golf balls into houses, motor boating double F’s and singing what’s going on with Pat Duffy! From the Coastal Carnage in Huntington Beach to Donaldson’s back yard mini ramp Kyle Berard is always having a good time.
Kyle also shows us the best way to open a beer when you don’t have a bottle opener with the new Bait Hat from …LOST. Check this video if you need a good laugh because Kyle Berard is one of the funniest guys around!
Check out this video created and sent to us by the crew over at the Circus Bowl in Florida. …Lost has been supporting them in their project and they wanted to thank us by making us a viral …Lost commercial. The best part is they filmed and edited the whole thing on a iPhone 4! Check out their blog with pictures of the bowl built by Jay Ramps from the very start to the finished product, and the various skaters who have been hanging around and shredding the new bowl since it was completed.
Is not that we ran out of ideas…
is not that we are to lazy to create new tee shirts….
We brought back these old school shirts because they are sick and remind us of a time when everyone did their own thing, and didn’t care about trends or best sellers at major clothing stores.
These timeless classics will make you look like you were there from the very beginning as part of team …Lost, making boards out of a small shaping room and selling tees from the back of your trunk.
Operating as traditional retail stores as well as online, Sun Diego Boardshops are located all over San Diego County, California. It has constantly strived to bring southern California kids the best selection of …Lost surfboards and apparel. In the last 25 years, Sun Diego has opened 8 stores located within the San Diego area. Employees ride our boards, rock our gear, and drink our energy drinks. I guarantee, you will experience great service at any of their locations and will walk away with the best product.
Stop by any of the 8 locations and make sure to check out our latest …Lost gear.
The K-Five store in Poway, Ca was the place to be over the weekend with over 3o skaters throwing down their best moves in the annual game of S.K.A.T.E. With $500 in cash prizes groms like Will Fyock, Diego Najera, Brendan Villanuva, and …Lost Am Autin Zito were all making it look way too easy! In the end it was Will Fyock and his endless bag of tricks that gave him the win taking home a pocket full of cash and boat load of product. Also supporting the cause companies had their tents set up all hosting carnival themed games giving out free product and stickers but it was the …Lost tent taking it to the next level by passing out live fish for the beer pong game without the beer. Check out the photos of the K-5 event here.
Arguably THE best heavy metal guitarist in the world, Kerry King from Slayer, was recently seen wearing an old lost tee. His music has inspired people across the USA, (especially the South). His music inspires some of our own riders like Chris Ward, who often listens to Slayer before paddling out to places like The Box or Pipeline or Teahupoo. Davo can’t get enough of their music.
FOOTNOTE: While Lost is not too poor anymore to have a surf and skate team, we ARE too poor to pay famous gnarly people for their endorsement. UNLIKE ALMOST EVERY ONE OF OUR COMPETITORS – we don’t have money to pay famous people to wear our stuff. When you see someone gnarly wearing Lost – you can be sure that they are not being paid to wear it…
While filming for the Fuel TV show “Built to Shred,” Pat Duffy and Kyle Berard, had the beyond-rare opportunity to actually session Camp Pendleton Marine Corps base. The off limits to civilians base houses some vintage artillery and vehicles that the “Built to Shred” crew were allowed to roll on for the day. Check the gallery for a visual tour of the day’s events. Check out the photos here ESPN.COM Photos: (Desiree Astorga)