This shortboard designed by Gérard DABBADIE is made for surfers wishing to progress in surfing a short board.
It will take you smoothly to your first new school maneuvers.
With an outline designed for performance, it still offers a comfortable volume for easy paddling and speed. It will be able to take off early while maintaining the maneuverability needed for changes of direction and tight turns.
Designed for surfers under 80kg, it will be perfectly suitable for children wishing to take their first waves. It is lightweight and very solid.
Advanced riders will be impressed by its performance, intermediates will find it ideal for progressing and kids will love its feel and ease of use.
In 2021 BIC SPORT BECOMES TAHE after more than 40 years of history. The new TAHE brand takes up the essential values that made the success of BIC Sport in order to pursue a new adventure.
If you want to know more about this change, it is here in our Blog
All Bic/Tahe boards are guaranteed for 2 years and delivered with fins
Technical specifications :
We recommend it for riders between 45 and 80kgs.
This is the perfect choice for a first surfboard, easy to carry and resistant.
Heavier surfers will appreciate its length and performance before moving on to more demanding shortboards.
Max. weight Recommended 155 lbs / 80 kg
Length6'7" / 198 cm
Width20.75" / 53 cm
Thickness2.40" / 6.0 cm
Weight10.5 lbs / 4.8 kg
Fin configuration3 x FCS M5 Thruster
Fins supplied3 x FCS M5 Thruster
How is it made?
Ultra solid, it is made of Dura-Tec technology made in France, composed of a polyethylene shell and a polyurethane foam core. It is simply the best price/strength ratio on the market.
100% Made in France: quality and respect of the shapes designed by Gerard DABBADIE
Integrated nose protection to improve the life of the product.
Reinforced graphics in T3+ material for a qualitative look.
Standard FCS fins included with each board.
This technology allows to create super strong, high performance boards at an affordable price, while offering an exceptional level of strength. They are not the lightest boards on the market, but they are by far the strongest.
Where is it made?
Made in France in the Tahe factory in Vannes
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At Ocean Essentials since our creation, we are part of a collective of companies that have decided to donate at least 1% of their annual turnover to environmental associations.
Keep your equipment longer.
Buy used if you can, trade in and repair your equipment before making a purchase if you really need it.
If you can find a good used board near you, it's probably the best thing you can do for our planet, there are also sites like Akewatu which has a large selection of boards available at local surf stores.