A triangle-shaped wave, shouldering in both directions, offering both a right and left slide. "Peak" surf is at the opposite end of the wave spectrum from "wall" or "lined-up" surf, in which the crest of the wave runs virtually parallel to the trough. Peak waves are much shorter than lined-up waves, but under the right conditions can produce excellent tubes. Duranbah in Australia and Mexico's Puer...

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