9'4 Noserider PRINT


If you're looking for your first noserider then this 9'4 is for you.

Designed by legendary shaper Darrell "Rooster" Dell, this 9'4 Noserider is focused on the traditional/classic longboard approach.

Particularly suited for medium to heavy weight surfers, this board offers a comfortable volume to get out on the wave early with a tight rocker.

It's unique shape characteristics also make it easy to ride any kind of noseride and give it great glide through the wave as well as quick rail-to-rail transitions in the turns.

This versatile board will suit surfers who like the classic style as well as beginners who are looking for an easy and efficient ride on the wave.

2 +1 daggerboard setup: FCS 8'' + FCS GL

In 2021 BIC SPORT BECOMES TAHE after more than 40 years of history. The new brand TAHE takes the essential values which made the success of BIC Sport to continue a new adventure.

If you want to know more about this change it's here in our Blog.

Technical characteristics:

Beginners will appreciate the stability of the board, and more experienced surfers will love its versatility.

Its relatively wide outline combined with a tight rocker offers the right characteristics for a smooth learning curve. Easy to paddle, it will be easy to get started.

The PERFORM range is an ideal balance between lightness, performance and shock resistance. The boards in this range are 30% stronger than traditional fiberglass and polyester resin surfboards. Perform boards offer legendary longboard shapes for those who want to start strong or take their riding to the next level.

  • Length : 9'4" 285 cm
  • Max width 58 cm
  • Maximum thickness 7,6 cm
  • Volume 78L
  • Weight 7.5 Kg
  • US center Box + Side


How is it made?

ASA composite skin and fiberglass impregnated with Epoxy resin on polystyrene for more lightness and more reactivity.

These boards are made in France. They are thermoformed in ultra-precise aluminum molds that guarantee quality and precision of shape. They are then finished by hand.

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.

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