9'4" 69er Log

9'4" 69er Log

69er Log

The 9’4 SixtyNiner Log is a tribute to the origins of longboarding. Styled after the solidwood boards that gave birth to what we call surfing today, with a traditional longboard outline and an extra wide square tail that facilitates planning.

About the shape : Round bevels with concave under the nose, that evolves into a Belly Vee to vee under the tail. The recess step rail makes it particularly easy for noseriding and bottom turns. This shape honors the past while inventing the future with modern eco-focused construction.

 

 



Program

First timer

Beginner

Intermediate

Advanced



Key Features

Premium vintage shape by Gérard Dabbadie
More natural materials: Paulownia wood & Flax fiber
Woodcore fins included
Varnish-free matte finish
Designed in France



 

 



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Technical data

Length Width Thickness Volume Weight
9'4 22"7/8 3" 80 L 17.1 LBS
  • Fin Set up : US Center Box
  • Fin Supplied : 10" Dolphin Woodcore

  • Shaper : Gérard Dabbadie

Technology

Sourced from nature

We have carefully selected materials which are bio-sourced and also have the necessary technical properties to ensure solid construction and performance. Flax fiber, Paulownia wood and Cork wood have been tested and proven in other industries and they now play a key role in the sourcing and production of EARTH SURF & SUP boards. Looking towards the future, potential areas of ongoing development include the sourcing of materials for the foam core, the resins used in EARTH SURF & SUP boards, and the packaging. We currently use polystyrene foam for the core of EARTH SURF & SUP boards. While this foam is recyclable it is nonetheless a petroleum derivative. Research of alternative materials continues and we plan to transition to a bio-sourced material as soon as feasible. The same is true of bio-resins. For now we continue to use epoxy resin due to the limitations in performance of currently available bio-resins. We will move to a new resin as soon as an acceptable alternative is found. Finally, we plan to optimize the packaging of EARTH SURF & SUP boards as soon as a feasible and a practical solution has been found.