pig board

Wide-hipped, blunt-tailed surfboard, generally about 10 feet long and weighing 25 to 30 pounds, invented and popularized in the mid-1950s by California board-maker Dale Velzy. The pig design is often cited as the modern longboard prototype. By putting more area in the tail and less in the nose, the pig, compared to the more parallel-railed boards of the time, turned faster and fit into more critic...

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