Constant innovation, a coherent product range with something to offer all levels of surf rider, both of these elements figure in the BIC Surf DNA, making BIC one of the biggest single brand surf manufacturers in the world. Read more
When choosing a board, it is important to consider your height, weight and ability level. If you are an adult just starting out, look for a board that is relatively thick and wide, something that will float you well. As you progress, you will look for a board that can carry you when paddling but with sharper edges/rails. If you are an adolescent just starting out, a board that is a little larger in height than you is best suited, with enough volume to float you on top of the water when not moving. As you progress, you’ll want to look for a board that is a little thinner with sharper rails. With a little less volume, but more maneuverability on the wave.