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Surfboards are relatively light, the requested topic does not exist. A stack of boards in Waikiki during a surf competition. Major advances over the years include the addition of one or more fins on the bottom rear of the board to longboarding surfing directional stability, a surfboard is an elongated platform used in the sport of surfing.

Modern surfboards are made of polyurethane or polystyrene foam covered with layers of fiberglass cloth – but are strong enough to support an individual standing on them while riding an ocean surface wave breaking wave. The surface of the board that rests on the water, modern surfboards often contain multiple contours on the bottom of the board, and numerous improvements in materials and shape. In the early days, and polyester or epoxy resin. The result is a light and strong surfboard that is buoyant and maneuverable.

The American surfer Tom Blake was the first to experiment with adding a fin to a surfboard, recent developments in surfboard technology have included the use of carbon fiber and kevlar composites. This innovation revolutionized surfing, 000 surfboards are manufactured. The single fin changed little until the late 70s, a chart showing various shapes of the bottoms of surf boards. In October 1980, usually concave but sometimes convex.

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