New “Shmeared” boardshorts for Spring & Summer 2014. They’re part of our ResinWorks Collection – one of a kind hand laminated resin designs inspired by the …Lost surfboard factory. Since our founding in San Clemente around 1991 or 1993 we’ve strived to stay committed to the roots of surf lifestyle, with the initial component being …Lost surfboards. Matt Biolos and our clothing designers actually incorporate the unique designs and art of our surfboards and the ethos of the beach culture we are surrounded by everyday into all categories of our clothing. The “Shmeared” boardshort is one of the latest additions. To find out where to buy these go to the DEALER LIST
4-way stretch, 19″ outseam and comes in two color-ways (green and aqua).
Mason Ho loves the semi-psychedelic resin swirls. They even match his signature traction pad.
The dynamic duo of Cheeseburger and Mason Ho discussing board option both in the “Shmeared”.
Trippy 60’s pocket print.
They don’t just look cool while you’re holding your board they also function while whipping airs like Mason Ho at Rocky Point.
They can also function as a wax remover – demonstrated by Cheeseburger here.
Mason hoping the gate is open.
More of the backside of this boardshort.
…and more backside blowtails from Mason.
…Lost/ResinWorks logos inside the waist band.
Mason sharing in the “Shmeared”.
In Hawaii they actually call these “surf shorts” not boardshorts. They also call sandals – slippas.
Mason about to get shmeared in the “Shmeared” at Sunset Beach shorebreak.
They’re super durable. Mason just leaves all his boardshorts in the back of his truck exposed to all the elements and they still work every time.
Stitched in “Eclipse” …Lost logo. No those aren’t bleach stains – that’s Resin Works.
Mason Ho tip toeing through Sunset Beach shorebreak. It’s a lot closer to the beach that this pic shows.
A close look at the pocket.
And Mason getting a close look at another pocket.