Slim Cruiser Carrier by T-Level

Mar 27, 2014

Category: Gear

Skaters may look like they don’t have a care in the world — zig zagging through traffic, head nodding to an imaginary beat — but they (probably) have real world commitments just like the rest of us.

The experts at Korean accessories manufacturer T-Level know skaters have stuff too, and that’s why they’ve unveiled a helpful new piece of gear aimed at the enthusiast on the go. The Slim Cruiser Carrier gets strapped underneath the deck of the board, while offering plenty of room to hold a phone, wallet, keys, or maybe a half-eaten shred of beef jerky. The case is waterproof with a rugged back panel that promises to withstand many a trick gone wrong. Factor in YKK zippers, Sol Tarpaulin fabric, and a deluxe Velcro carry strap, and it’s more than enough to be taken seriously, even while popping a Casper Disaster or a Godzilla Flip. [Purchase]

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