Rocker
Rocker is the curve of you surfboard from nose to tail. It can be broken down into different sections such as nose rocker, tail rocker, and center. It is the single most important aspect of your surfboard.
Surfboard Nose rocker:
Nose rocker is the upward curve of the rocker in the front section of the board. The more rocker your board contains will prevent you from nose diving on steep drops. Less nose rocker starts to slow the board and is typically used for smooth rides on smaller waves.
Surfboard tail Rocker:
Tail rocker is the upward curve of the rocker near the back tail section of the surfboards . A greater amount of tail rocker will determine maneuverability, speed, and amount of tail sensitively during turns.
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