Test Pilots: Tyler Warren’s Nose Rider

Ten feet and one inch of foam, three wooden stringers and an ample serving of resin-tinted fiberglass make up Tyler Warren’s take on a classic noserider. Warren’s approach to log building is informed by masters like Terry Martin and Donald Takayama, with clean lines and lift-generating curves in all the right places. As a world-class longboarder himself, Warren has a pretty good idea of how a noserider is supposed to feel and perform, and if the trim-laden footage above is any indication, Warren’s right on the money with this blue-hued beauty.

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MrDeadsurfer says:

Noseriding is for kooks. Ride Phil Edwards models.

Joe surfer says:

Whatever you do. Do not have your board made in a super dark color on the deck or anywhere that may have a chance of sitting in the sun on a hot day for over a half hour (Especially in Florida) or your board will bubble and delam and it is a heart dropping site and smell.

rocka rocky says:

***Fantastic Board ✨

Goomer says:

love the flat nose rocker

bellpaleale says:

0:52 he knocks out two things I want to do at but in one single ride: nose ride and get barreled.

UmpaLoempa says:

Too short

Ethan Hazlett says:

Video’s about Tyler’s beautiful logs and his knowledge of design. *shows him shaping shortboard

MrDeadsurfer says:

Noseriding is lame.

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