Wide, thin, midlength surfboard design; a slightly racier version of the "funboard" or "hybrid." Australian surfer Wayne Lynch rode an egglike board in 1968, the first full year of the shortboard revolution, but credit for the prototype egg is generally given to Southern California surfer/designers Skip Frye and Steve Krajewski who, working independently, were producing refined egg boards by 1970....

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