Whether you're embarking on a weekend surf trip to Santa Cruz or flying 15 hours to surf Australia's Byron Bay, the Dakine Regulator Double/Quad Convertible Bag safely carries your board quiver in the truck cab and complies with airline standards on international trips. The top and bottom are heavily padded with closed-cell foam, so you won't have to worry about baggage handlers carelessly tossing your surfboards or the bag banging around in transit. The ingenious split-zip design allows you to bring a single bag on casual weekend trips where you only need one to two surfboards. On longer trips, you can zip both sides together when your four-board quiver is required. Another benefit of this design is the ability to check in with airlines, which only allow two boards at a time. Unzip both sides and check each bag separately at the gate, then zip both sides together for easier transport when you pick them up at the baggage terminal.
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