You're not going to fly all the way to South Africa for your dream surf trip and only bring one board. Likewise, you're not going to lug four boards halfway around the world with a flimsy, awkward bag. Recruit the Pro-Lite Wheeled Coffin Surfboard Bag for your next big surf trip. Smooth-rolling and tough rollerblade wheels help you cruise through busy airports and down dirt roads, and the rugged fabric and 10mm foam padding protect your boards from overeager baggage handlers and the rigors of the road. An internal board divider and seatbelt straps prevent your boards from shifting around during flight or bumpy 4x4 rides. Multiple pockets on the interior and exterior stow wax, fins, board shorts, and just about everything else you need for the journey. Plus, Pro-Lite hooked it up with venting ports to prevent your boards from getting warped by the heat when waiting on tropical tarmac.
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Pro-Lite Wheeled Coffin Surfboard Bag - Short
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