Malibu board

In America, a Malibu board is short for "Malibu chip," meaning virtually any of the balsa-core boards built between the late '40s and the mid-'50s by Bob Simmons, Matt Kivlin, Joe Quigg, and a small number of other Southern California surfer/boardmakers who often rode at Malibu. A Malibu chip was usually about 10 feet long and 22 inches wide, with a blocky squared-off tail, and weighed between 25 ...

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