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FCS Adjustable Dayrunner SUP Board Bag

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Because your board was expensive.

Protect your investment from the wears and tears of travel with the FCS Adjustable Dayrunning SUP Board Bag. Durable, padded fabrics shield your SUP from bumps and scratches, and heat reflective silver paneling dries your board afterward. There's an internal thermal gauge that changes colors if your SUP is overheating, which might never happen due to the integrated airflow ventilation system. There's also a padded shoulder strap and multiple plush handles for convenient carrying, and FCS added a detachable slot for fins.

  • Durable, bomber, padded fabrics
  • Heat reflective silver paneling
  • Plush handles and padded shoulder strap
  • Marine-grade, corrosive-resistant zippered closure
  • Integrated airflow ventilation system
  • Internal thermal gauge
  • Fin slot included
  • Item #FCS001E

Tech Specs

Capacity
1 board
Shoulder Strap
yes, padded, adjustable
Padded
yes
Compression
yes
Closure
marine zippers
Dimensions
[length] (10ft) 96 - 120in, (12ft) 126 - 14in, [width] (narrow) 34.6in, (wide) 37in
Claimed Weight
[10ft narrow] 8lb 6oz, [10ft wide] 9lb, [12ft narrow] 9lb 14oz, [12ft wide] 10lb 12oz
Recommended Use
SUP
Manufacturer Warranty
1 year limited

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It works..kind of

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The materials are great and seem very strong/resilient. The bag looks good and the zippers/seams/handles are all solid.
Unfortunately it's just pretty damn frustrating pulling this bag together and apart with the huge velcro flaps. It's actually difficult to get a SUP into one end of the bag without the velcro catching on itself and closing before you're able to slide in the board.

Unanswered Question

My board is 10'8"x33.5"x4.5", which size bag do I need?