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Flight 7132 departing for Bali.
An endless summer is way better with a traveling home for your board, so set yourself up with the Dakine World Traveler Surfboard Bag and spend the next twelve months following the best breaks. The World Traveler holds up to four boards, so if you break a stick you won't be stuck on the beach, and it has padded internal dividers and compression straps to stop your boards from crashing into each other during transit.
- 600D polyester
- Closed-cell foam padding
- Internal and external compression straps
- Padded internal divider
- Internal fin and wax pockets
- Wrap-around zipper
- Item #DAK00NF
- Q & A
This Dakine bag not only fits multiple boards but is sturdy enough to protect them all. Feel comfortable and confident traveling with more than one board and gear in this bag. Great for overseas trips.
Stout, Sturdy, and Surf-Trip-Ready
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
The Dakine World Traveler surf bag is everything you need to head out to your favorite surf destination. I bought this bag for a trip to Nicaragua and it delivered my two boards completely ding free to and from. It sustained being strapped in the back of a Toyota Hilux pickup and driving all around the coast for ten days. It sustained mud splatter, sand, sun, and salt water and the zippers still worked great. The fabric didn't show any signs of excessive wear. I bought the 7'6" version and it fit my 7'0" fun shape and 6'5" 22" wide fish no problem. I definitely could have put a third board in there as well. I did put foam pipe insulation around the rails of my boards to further protect against dings. The wheels roll great and are durable. I highly recommend this board bag.
Poor Product Description
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
The product detail for whatever version of the DAKINE World Traveler is probably one of the worst I've ever seen.
Note that this isn't a product review: this comment is a rip on how the product detail page was created. Honestly, Backcountry, if you're trying to break into the surf category, you're going to have to make a more concerted effort.
From the DAKINE website, you can see that there are THREE different versions of this product (shortboard, funboard, and longboard models): http://www.dakine.com/sport/surf/surfboard-bags/show/all.html.
Backcountry, can't you just stay out of ocean sports and stay in the mountains?! Maybe the crappy effort put forth is a good thing, since the worse you market the products, the more slowly more goobers will invade the sea.