Pro-Lite Timmy Reyes Signature Smuggler Travel Surfboard Bag - Fish

Pro-Lite Timmy Reyes Signature Smuggler Travel Surfboard Bag - Fish
Pro-Lite Timmy Reyes Signature Smuggler Travel Surfboard Bag - Fish
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Timmy Reyes Signature Smuggler Travel Surfboard Bag - Fish by Pro-Lite
You're like a fish out water when you travel without your Pro-lite Timmy Reyes Signature Smuggler Travel Fish Surfboard Bag. Designed to hold three boards, this bag boasts a false bottom which only shows two bags when your contents are being ogled by luggage inspectors. The reinforced nose, rugged polyester fabric, and Air-Lite foam padding offer unwavering protection, and the non-corrosive zipper keeps your contents secure. Not to mention, the bag is fashioned with vents that offer temperature regulation for your board, while the myriad of pockets keeps all of your necessities safe and well-organized.

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SKU: PLI000A
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