What is a section of a wave?
Sections: The parts of a breaking wave that are rideable. Sectioning: A wave that does not break evenly, breaks ahead of itself. Set waves: A group of waves of larger size within a swell. Shoulder: The unbroken part of a breaking wave.
What is a surfer girl called?
There is no specific term for a female surfer. You can call a girl who surfs just “surfer”, although, there are terms like gurfer, wahine that are used to refer to a female surfer.
How do surfers say cool?
It’s an exclamation of zeal, also meaning cool or impressive (i.e. “that bottom turn was sick bro”). Stoked: Pronounced like “soaked” but with a “T.” It means pure excitement (i.e. Surfer 1: “how stoked are you to hit the waves today?” Surfer 2: “beyond stoked”).
What do surfers call their boards?
Oftentimes the monikers have nothing to do with the shape, but just sound cool, like Bunny Chow, Dumpster Diver, Pyzalien, Padillac, Steps Killer, Pig Dog, Neck Beard and Sub Scorcher, just to name a few. Surfers will always have a knack for making up words and phrases to describe their boards.
What does pitted mean surfing?
As was “pitted”: A surfing term describing when a surfer gets barreled, or rides the hollow center of a breaking wave.
Why do surfers say Yew?
Another widely used term for surfers is “YEW!”, which is an indicator that a large wave has been spotted, however mostly shouted while a surfer is catching or has recently finished riding a wave.
What do you call a big wave?
A tsunami is an unusually long and large, destructive ocean wave caused by an earthquake, undersea volcanic eruption, earth movement, or other disturbance.