Surfboard tail design in which the end of the board is squared off. Longboards often feature a squaretail. It was fairly common on shortboards in the late 1960s and early '70s, as it was believed to open up the board to quicker pivoting; the swallowtail and the roundtail or roundpin tail soon made the squaretail obsolete, although it made a return of sorts in 1981, with the introduction of the sof...

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