Kolohe Andino's is a lifelong member of the Mayhem family and his surfing style is go big or go home. While he’s won eight Qualifying Series events throughout his career he’s still searching for his first Championship Tour victory.
While peers have been admiring him for years, Griffin's first big public shot across the bow came in November 2016, when he landed a Hail Mary aerial-reverse in the high-stakes Hawaiian Pro at Haleiwa.
Coco Ho has been coming of age on the WSL tour for a number of years now pushing her way into the list of top surfers in the world. Her progressive style and entertaining manor makes her a favourite among the WSL surfers and Lost Mayhem Team.
Surfing in his first-ever CT event, Dora showcased his electrifying aerial game in front of a home-country crowd and disposed of John John Florence, Gabriel Medina, and Mick Fanning on his way to an incredible third place finish.
Mason Ho has come to embody the true Lost Mayhem Surfboards brand. Known by fans, commentators, other surfers and pretty much everyone on the planet as one of the most exciting surfers getting around, the future is bright for this Lost Team member...
In 2012 Taj Burrow climbed onto a Mayhem shape (a 5'9.5" 18.32" 2.18" Whiplash, to be precise) and went out to win the Quiksilver Pro, Gold Coast. Since then, he’s been addicted to Matt Biolos’ boards.
Joan Duru has been one of the biggest surfing standouts in Europe for more than a decade. The goofy-footer is equipped with an explosive repertoire of aerial moves, hard carving turns and great instincts in the tube.