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    If you have questions about surfing, about how to attach your leash to your board, what kind of board you should get, how to take care of your wet suit, how to improve your balance, etc., we aim to answer those questions as well, in due time. We’re constantly adding to the wealth of surfing information on this website, so if we don’t have what you’re looking for right now, email us with your questions. We’ll personally answer your email and most likely reply with an indepth article. Because if you’re asking it, there’s probably someone else who needs to know as well.

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