New surfboards making waves

Mendoza, Martha
August 1999
Christian Science Monitor;8/12/99, Vol. 91 Issue 180, p13
Mentions technological developments in the surfboard industry as of August 12, 1999. History of surfboard design; How epoxy surfboards are different from conventional boards; Advantages of epoxy boards; Cost.


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