Downward-sloping area of the wave adjacent to the crest and the whitewater. A shouldering wave is either temporarily slowing down or giving out altogether; waves often shoulder into a deep- water channel. In general, the shoulder is what allows a surfer to angle across the face. Surfers inside the tube aim for the shoulder, and surfers on the shoulder often perform a cutback to return to the more ...

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