All You Need To Know About Skimboards
A skimboard is shorter and thinner than a regular surfboard, and has no fins.
Used from the beach, the skimboarder runs towards the ocean, jumps onto the board, glides out to meet a breaking wave, then rides it back to shore. A variety of tricks can be performed on the way in and out.
Skimboarding may also be performed on larger waves, at a greater distance from the beach, when the rider is towed in by a Jet Ski.
What To Look For In A Skimboard - Size, Construction and Design
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Where To Buy A Skimboard - New and Second Hand
How Much Does A Skimboard Cost?
How To Ride A Skimboard
Caring For Your Skimboard - Maintenance, Transport, and Storage
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