Shortboard Triple Surfboard Bag by Creatures of Leisure
Designed for serious surf travel, the Creatures of Leisure Shortboard Triple Surfboard Bag safely transports your quiver to exotic destinations and local breaks alike. Its thee-board capacity allows you to have all your bases covered for the different swells you're bound to encounter throughout the duration of your surf trip. Exclusive to Creatures of Leisure, the bag comes equipped with a Modular Packing System that allows you to attach your leashes, fins, and wetsuits to the interior of the bag to have all your gear in one place for organized travel. Creature's Slim Fit design ensures an ultra-secure fit without the excess weight of bulkier surfboard bags, courtesy of its expandable and collapsible sidewalls with side and internal compression straps. 10mm closed cell padding protects your surf investments from undue stress in crammed trunks and abusive airline check-ins. Its custom-made Diamond Tech fabric is resistant to UV degradation, is stable in high temperature ranges, and has a hydrophobic coating to keep your boards protected for the duration of your travel. Carry it through the airport with the drag handle, carry handle, or shoulder strap and head off to your first break of the trip.
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Creatures of Leisure Shortboard Triple Surfboard Bag
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