The front end of a surfboard. As a board design specification, nose width is measured at right angles to the board's longitudinal "stringer," one foot down from the tip. In general terms, however, nose is used to describe roughly the front third of the board. While surfboard noses have changed and evolved through the years—variations include the concave nose, the spoon nose, the hyper-kick nose, a...

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