beveled rail

Surfboard design where the lower half of the rail—the curve that connects the perimeter of the board to the bottom surface—is sheared off and flattened. The beveled rail is usually placed in the middle and nose sections of the board, and was popularized in the mid-'70s as a design feature on the sting surfboard, and to a lesser degree with the mid-'80s hydro-hull tri-fin. Proponents claimed that w...

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