Standard Double Surboard Bag by Creatures of Leisure
Load up your go-to and your backup shortboard into the Creatures of Leisure Standard Double Surfboard Bag and head out on your surf trip. Designed with lightweight, compact travel in mind, the bag simplifies your travel days to and from the surf. The bag is constructed from a highly durable fabric that holds up to the rigors of travel and is cushioned with 10mm of closed cell padding which protects your board from wear and tear as you travel to as many beaches as possible. Its Diamond-Tech fabric delivers superior abrasion resistance, is resistant to UV degradation, and is also water-resistant for the ultimate in protection. You won't have to worry about your boards delaminating if you need to leave them in the car for a bit to have your post-session taco indulgence as the material is stable in high temperature ranges. An X-Flow ventilation system keeps moisture from accumulating in the bag when you leave the beach in a dash and the whole bag zips closed with a marine grade corrosion resistant nylon zipper. New for this year's model, the bag features an extended zip which creates a flip-lid that is specifically designed for easy packing so you can get out and get surfing faster.
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