We know this board well, as do many other long standing windsurfers. The name Techno is written into windsurfing history as a classic. Although Tahe’s newer range of Techno windsurfing boards are improvements on the still highly regarded old school design.

The Tahe Techno 148L windsurfing board is a great freeride sled for light to medium winds. It’s a fun, easy to use windsurf board that forgives dodgy technique if you’re still progressing. Smaller boned individuals can use this as a beginner board, that’ll then last right through to late intermediate stages, whilst heavier sailors will enjoy a spot of blasting when the breeze picks up. It’s also not too shabby should a few small lumps materialize, being able to jump and pop admirably.

Tahe’s ACE-TEC construction ensures the Techno 148L is bomb proof but without sacrificing performance. If you’re looking for a fun freeride board, that’s more diverse than you’d imagine, then look no further. Check out the Tahe Techno 148L’s full spec below.

  • Length: 8’8″ / 264cm.
  • Width: 29.50″ / 75cm.
  • Volume: 148L.
  • Fin box: Deep Tuttle.
  • Supplied fin(s): Select Ride 46cm.
  • Daggerboard: No.
  • Foil Reinforcement: No.
  • Masttrack: US Box 17cm.
  • Ideal Sail Size: 6.0m- 8.5m.
  • Footstraps: 4 positions: Inner and outer 3x position inserts. 1x central rear strap.
  • Pads: 4 pads, 5 mm thickness, diamond groove grip.
  • Product Type: Rigid – Composite.
  • Technology: ACE-TEC.

Give us a shout with any questions.

Note: accompanying action pics show the older BIC Windsurfing graphics. The Tahe Techno 148L board shape, however, is exactly the same.

These boards are shipped direct from the UK distributor direct to you the customer.

Check out the Windsurfing UK magazine review/test of the Tahe Techno 148L windsurfing board here (download the review as well).

BIC Techno 148 Windsurfing UK review – 

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