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you_da_man 03-03-2010 8:48 PM

Wakeboard bag question
I know I'll never fly anywhere with any of my wakeboards but want a inexpensive way to haul my boards in the back of my truck to the lake. Are the non-padded wakeboard bags adequate for this?

baitkiller 03-03-2010 8:51 PM

Better than nothing. If you stuff your PFD, rope and a towel in the bag then Viola! It's padded!

garveyj 03-04-2010 12:37 PM

yeah - that should be sufficient, but it may not be worth it to get the one without the padding......If it were me I would get the padded one just because you don't know if you will need it in the future...A couple of extra bucks spent now prevents you needing to buy a new bag if you actually need it later

antbug 03-04-2010 12:56 PM

Do you care what brand of a bag? We have a few left over. I could check our stock and hook you up on a sweet deal!

Luker 03-04-2010 1:07 PM

I'm gonna be totally honest with you... If you ride a lot of different spots and carry your board around frequently... a nice board bag with wheels is the best thing you'll ever do for yourself :D My whole wake life is contained in one bag and as long as I have it with me I can shred anytime anywhere... plus did I mention it has wheels? For $150... that sh*t changed my life.

rmcronin 03-04-2010 4:28 PM

almost all of the boards on ebay sold by dj's board shop come with a really nice padded Gator board bag, wheels too. I gave mine away last year cuz I didn't need it. The bag looked like it was worth as much as the board.


adambarry 03-05-2010 1:31 PM

i hate to be this guy but... i'll sell you mine for really cheap, i got one of those liquid force weekenders but I completely stopped traveling to far lakes so I never touch it anymore..

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