flying kickout

A showy and sometimes dangerous type of pullout during which the surfer aims toward the curl and ejects off the tail section while kicking the board skyward over the top of the wave; given a stiff offshore wind, the board might then fly and spin for 75 feet or more. The flying kickout was most popular during and just after the late-'60s shortboard revolution, before the introduction of the surf le...

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