Wayward Roll Top Board Bag

Jun 29, 2015

Category: Gear

With the amount that you actually handle your surfboard, it has likely taken a significant beating. Mounting it on your car rack, taking it off of your car rack, and moving it from place to place takes a toll on your board. Now, there’s a way to protect it: the Wayward Roll Top Board Bag.

The Wayward Roll Top Board Bag is designed to protect your surfboard while you’re on the search for big waves. It can fit boards up to 6’8″ long, and is made out of tough 600D DWR-coated Magnatuff polyester fabric. The interior of this bag is lined with padding. It also has an easy-to-carry handle on the top with an adjustable shoulder strap, so you have more than just one way to carry your surfboard from place to place. [Purchase]

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