Creatures of Leisure Longboard Double Surfboard Bag

Creatures of Leisure Longboard Double Surfboard Bag
Creatures of Leisure Longboard Double Surfboard Bag
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Longboard Double Surfboard Bag by Creatures of Leisure
Whether you're heading on a road trip down the coast or you're jetting off to an exotic break, keep your longboard and backup safe during the journey with the Creatures of Leisure Longboard Double Surfboard Bag. Designed with lightweight, compact travel in mind, its Diamond-Tech fabric and 10mm closed-cell foam padding protect your boards from dents, dings, and scratches, and the padded straps allow for comfortable carrying. Plus, the X-Flow ventilation system lets any leftover moisture escape when you go straight from the beach to the airport.

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SKU: CTL003Z
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