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DAKINE Knit Thruster Surfboard Bag

$47.95 - $55.95

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    • Tabor Blue, 6ft
      $47.95
    • Tabor Blue, 6ft 3in
      $49.95
    • Tabor Blue, 6ft 6in
      $51.95
    • Tabor Blue, 7ft
      $53.95
    • Tabor Blue, 7ft 6in
      $55.95
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    A no-brainer for board storage and transport protection.

    Whether you're storing your board for the winter or you just want extra protection against accidental dings or bumps, rely on the Dakine Knit Thruster Surfboard Bag to be a dependable safeguard against life's most unexpected bumps. Fashioned with a versatile shape, the Knit boasts a thick acrylic fabric that's abrasion-resistant while the padded nose reinforcement and UV treatment provide extra protection from dings and the sun's harmful rays.

    • Thick acrylic fabric
    • Abrasion-resistant
    • Padded nose
    • UV treatment
    • Drawstring closure
    • Item #DAK00NM

    Tech Specs

    Material
    acrylic
    Capacity
    1 board
    Closure
    drawstring
    Dimensions
    [6ft] 72in, [6ft 3in] 75in, [6ft 6in] 78in, [7ft] 84in, [7ft 6in] 90in
    Recommended Use
    travel
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Mine as well throw your boards in one of these even if it is just a drive down the road to surf. I am not the best surfer but can tell you most my surf board dings happen out of the water! So keeping your board in one of these is always a good call to keep it safe. Also you can use them for an extra layer of protection when flying with your board. Put your board in the sock then in the travel bag. I have used this tactic before and came out with no dings after flying!