An angled descent down the wave face, usually performed just after takeoff, where the surfer "fades" toward the steeper and more critical portion of the wave, then turns and rides in the opposite direction, away from the whitewater and across the unbroken wall. A simple, elegant, confident move when done well. The fade is sometimes used as a stalling move to set up a tuberide; similar to the "S-tu...

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