FCS Travel 1 Funboard Surfboard Bag

FCS Travel 1 Funboard Surfboard Bag
FCS Travel 1 Funboard Surfboard Bag
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Travel 1 Funboard Surfboard Bag by FCS
Bring along your fish or funboard in padded protection with the FCS Travel 1 Funboard Surfboard Bag. Constructed from a burly nylon skin material, and beefed up with dual-density padding in the nose and body, this surfboard bag is built to keep your most prized possession safely stowed through the most turbulent of travel days. An internal layer of protection along the zipper path helps prevent rail damage, while the expandable fin wing gives you the option to carry your board with or without fins. Built for strength and resistance to seizing, the molded PK Delrin zipper gives you easy, reliable access for seasons to come. Plus, an ergonomic shoulder pad strap--double layered and vented--offers top-tier comfort and support on the walk from the terminal to taxi.

SKU: FCS0041
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