Channel

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Credited to Jim Pollard of Australia dating back to 1970, the bottom shape of the board in which grooves are sliced lengthwise down the surfboard and generally through the tail half. Numerous various forms of channels have a wide range of effects on overall performance. Frequently they increase drive and direction to turns, particularly in the most common contemporary variation which is the six-channel "clinker" bottom.

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