Longboard design developed in the mid- 1960s in which approximately 40 percent of the volume on the front third of the board is planed off during the shaping process, with the idea that the thinner forward section allows the board to ride "shorter" than its actual size. The step itself is cut in a V shape along the deck, rather than longitudinally, with the point aiming toward the nose to prevent ...

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