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0 of 0 people found the following review helpful.
A great surfboard bag for the price I paid
By brian egan
Product was as described. A great surfboard bag for the price I paid. It was thicker and better quality than expected.
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful.
By The Burnt Biscuit
Seems fine, tho a couple of minor considerations do keep it out of 5-star territory. The interior fin pouch is a bit small. Hey, I know we're a vanishing breed, but a few of us still just need one big fin. The padding is good enough for tossing around in the car, but not necessarily airline-approved. (Really--what is?) That said, there seems to be plenty of room nose and tail to add your towel and wetsuit if you dare or care. I especially like the shoulder strap setup-- fixed on one end and cleverly pouched out of the way. One other main consideration-- if you have a styro/epoxy board or your board is going to spend a lot of time sitting in direct sunlight you should probably spend the extra $$ for a foil-covered bag. I have a bag of each and the silver foil covered board is noticeably cooler than the board in this one when I pull it out.
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Great Quality, Airline Safe.
Dakine has always put out a great product. Growing up here in Hawaii everyone knows that if you want something to last, you buy Dakine.
This board bag fit my 9' 4" Board with enough room left to stash my soft racks for use on the rental cars, it also has a very durable handle and shoulder strap. This bag is airline safe, at least on Hawaiian Airlines it is.
All I can say are good things about this bag.