Highly concentrated coloring agent added to resin, usually during the fiberglass lamination process. Pigments are either translucent (tints) or opaque, and are generally used to color broad areas of the surfboard—often the entire board. Pigmented boards were popular in the '50s, '60s, and '70s; airbrushing has since become the board-coloring standard....

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