Board bags

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Re: Board bags

Unread post by SJB » Sun Aug 20, 2017 11:12 am

I have used ZAP bags for G2/G4 day use.....and then pack them both in a third Airwave bag for travel. Extremely tight fit and no extra room for nada that might create pressure dings. Trips to Mexico and Hawaii with no problem.
Nomas....look forward to seeing your new bags when I test run the new G5 at C St. :D
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Re: Board bags

Unread post by nomastomas » Tue Sep 12, 2017 7:41 pm

Yahoo!! Finally a bag that actually fits!!! Frank and the crew at Vitamin Blue did a great job of creating this bag for the T-Belly G4/G5 models. I ordered mine long enough to fit a 54" TB, so its a tad long for the new 49" G5. But roomy enough to leave the quad fin set on and for added padding if I choose to travel (thanks Rod), or my Duck Feet or even a second G5 without fins. Cost for a custom fit day- /light-travel bag was $120 with 3 week turn-around. Here's a link to a description of the materials http://vitaminblue.com/product/custom-b ... -in-u-s-a/
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