In surfboard design, "edge" refers not to the board's outer perimeter, but to the angled point where the elliptical line of the rail meets the flat bottom surface. Longboards tend to have little or no edge, while most shortboards have pronounced ("hard") edge in the tail section, softer edge in the middle, and mild or nonexistent ("rolled") edge in the nose. Edge is also used in various ways to de...

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