Tahiti is a renowned range of hand-shaped soft surfboards produced by Mirage, which operated by the Australia-based Cape Byron Sports.
The entry-level Tahiti boards in the range are sized at six feet and two inches, making them suitable for teenagers right through to adults. Any talented surfer that enjoys soft-top surfboards will appreciate the quality of a Tahiti.
What sets these soft surfboards apart from the pretenders is the inclusion of four stringers to reinforce the spine. This strength is then further enhanced by the presence of a robust EPS core and XPE deck. The flexibility and safety of these boards is backed up by its inner strength.
And as for turning, this is a soft surfboard with three highly effective thruster fins that will help you to drive through every turn. All in all, these are some of the finest yet most affordable soft surfboards for sale in Australia.
♦ 6 feet 2 inches in length
♦ 186cm x 51cm x 5cm
♦ Recommended for surfers aged 12 to adult upto around 70kgs
♦ Available in green, red, or blue
♦ Built with four stringers
♦ EPS core
♦ Surfboard leg ropes not included - but available separately
♦ Three thruster fins included
♦ Tri-fin setup for superior turning
♦ XPE deck
Note: Image for reference only - Price for 1 board
♦ Tahiti is an outstanding soft surfboard because it is suitable for teenagers right through to adults, giving you potentially years of use.
♦ Whether you opt for green, red, or blue, every one of these boards looks incredibly stylish.
♦ Stunning flexibility is backed up by the remarkable strength provided by four stringers, an EPS core, and XPE deck.
♦ Perfect those sharp, driving turns of yours with the aid of three thruster fins positioned to deliver maximum performance.
Like the creature after which these soft surf boards are named, the Tahiti will deliver lightning performance as your turn swiftly through the water. Order yours today from the Fishing Tackle Shop.
Note: This item cannot be delivered outside of Australia unless extra freight costs are paid. Some remote locations in Australia may also not be serviceable. If this is the case we will contact you.