surf Nazi

Description for a hyperdedicated surfer, usually adolescent or preadolescent; sometimes derogatory, but just as often used as a backhanded expression of respect. A popular expression in the late '70s and '80s; rarely heard after that.

American surfing has a long, intermittent, and mostly innocuous association with wartime Nazi imagery. In the early 1930s, Pacific System Homes in Los Angeles introduced the "Swastika" model surfboard—the first commercially available board, featuring a swastika...