Popularly known as kook cords and leg ropes, surf leashes have been the lifesaving gear everyone has needed while surfing. Introduced in the 1970s, surf leashes are now an integral part of the holy trinity including the surfboard and the wetsuit. A surfboard leash helps one keep their feet placed on the surfboard when a big wave comes up and possess the threat to throw you off.
Every surfer who has had a sensational riding experience will not fail to mention that the surfboard wax they used played a vital role in their amazing experience. So what is a surfboard? It is a compound of either artificial or natural wax made of a combination of paraffin, vegetable oil or beeswax, which is a more natural option. Some manufacturers add petroleum jelly, to form softer wax.