Surfing is one of those pastimes that rewards travel to far and distant regions of the world. And if you’re fortunate enough, all the effort involved in getting there could pay off in the form of empty and perfect surf for you and a select few. However, transporting everything along can be a bit cumbersome, especially on day trips through the jungle or out on the boat. In response, Koraloc developed a backpack for this very purpose.
Each bag holds up to three surfboards in their patented design that attaches to the back of the bag. The bag itself boasts storage of 29 liters, allowing for plenty of room for towels, wetsuits and a change of clothes. There’s also a laptop pocket, a wet dry bag, side pockets for wax and fins, and an adjustable waist belt with pockets for comfort. Don’t surf? No problem. You can also use it to lug around snowboards, beach chairs, or even wakeboards. Whatever suits your fancy. Available now for $200. [Purchase]
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