A surfer's personal collection of surfboards, usually numbering from three to six, but occasionally going up to 20 or more, with each board designed for a specific kind of wave. A quiver of boards is the surfing equivalent to the golfer's bag of clubs. Miki Dora may have introduced the term to surfing public when, in a 1963 interview with Surf Guide magazine, he said: "I get stale if I ride one b...

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