DAKINE Daylight Noserider Surfboard Bag

DAKINE Daylight Noserider Surfboard Bag
DAKINE Daylight Noserider Surfboard Bag
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Daylight Noserider Surfboard Bag by DAKINE
The Dakine Daylight Surf Noserider Surfboard Bag protects your longboard from dings and dents with burly tarpaulin fabric, heavy-duty corrosion-resistant zippers, and quarter-inch padding throughout. It also helps you get all your gear to the beach thanks to a wax or fin pocket and stowable shoulder straps.

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SKU: DAK01JH
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