Find your LOST Clothing here!

Sorry, but I can’t help you with you’re “lost clothing” from the party on the weekend (but send me an invite next time!)… but I can help you with some great “LOST Clothing” from the Lake Ontario Swim Team!

LOST t shirts 2So Miguel and I have come up with a few new LOST items of apparel and kept a few of the popular ones from last year too!

In the name of full disclosure… I totally ripped off the idea the for the newest t-shirt… my buddy, Ned Denison, who runs a group like LOST in Ireland (Cork Long Distance Camp).  He sent me a very tongue in cheek photo for Lake Michigan… followed by “so if there is nothing nasty in them big lakes… why bother?!”.  But don’t tell him I ripped off his idea… he’ll want a percentage! haha!

Lake Michigan t shirt

You can order any of this and other great stuff in the LOST Store!  (note: there are now 3 pages of items!)

The new T-shirts should be in by July 1.  You can pick them up at LOST Beach or make other arrangement with Miguel or myself.  We’ll charge you a bit extra, but we’ll ship it internationally too.  We’ll just bring a bunch of them down to LOST Swimming on Saturday, after they come in too!

LOST Jacket LOST Jacket, back

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Light, LOST Hoodie Light, LOST Hoodie, back

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

– cool new cotton T-shirt: “No Salt, No Sharks, No Worries” ($20)
– last year’s very popular: “light weight, LOST hoodie” ($30)
– and the warmer “LOST hooded jacket” ($65)

Enjoy!

Cheers,

Rob

About LOST Swimmer

I founded LOST Swimming because I like open water swimming and would like to see it grow and thrive in Lake Ontario. I started as a competitive swimmer as a kid and ended up getting as far as a silver medal at Nationals and going to the Olympic Trials in 1988. But I retired after that, I was sick of swimming. So I got into running marathons and have run over 35 to date, as well as a few ultra marathons, including the Marathon des Sables (7 day, ultra across the Sahara Desert). I also kind of fell into triathlons and have done a handful of Ironman tri’s too. This gradually got me back in the water and in 2006 I took the plunge and attempted swimming the English Channel. I didn’t quite make it across, but the circle was now complete and after 17 years I was a swimmer again! Although I still do plenty of pool swimming, I now much prefer open water swimming and like to say that open water swimming is to pool swimming, what trail running is to treadmill running! As a result I hope to encourage more people to join me for a dip in Lake Ontario as often as we can!

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