rail saver

Thin, rectangular piece of high-strength nylon, more or less the shape and size of a watchband, looped at each side, designed to prevent a surf leash from gouging into the surfboard's tail section. Invented in the mid-'70s, the rail saver was originally sold as a separate unit. One end was attached to the nylon cord found at the end of the leash, the other end was attached to a nylon cord loop anc...

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