Narrow, streamlined, pointed tail design, used almost exclusively on paddle-in (as distinct from tow-in) big-wave surfboards. Average tail width for a 10-foot pintail surfboard, measured one foot from the rear tip, is nine or 10 inches—about four inches nar- rower than the tail width of a small-wave board— and this reduced area is in large part what allows the board to adhere to the face of a gian...

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