popout board

General term used to describe a range of quickly made, mass-produced inexpensive surfboards. "Popout" was coined in the early '60s as a dismissive name for bargain foam-core boards, and was sometimes applied as well to injection-molded plastic boards introduced later in the decade. The popout was invented in 1959 by the short-lived Robertson/Sweet Surfboards company (a partnership between Hollywoo...

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