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post #1 of 17 (permalink) Old 02-14-2011, 09:36 PM Thread Starter
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board sock bag thing

Anybody know of a company or website that sells a sock for a snowboard? They are very popular in the surfing world, but I haven't been able to find any for snowboards. The surfboard ones look like this:

Any help is appreciated. Thanks!
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Google "snowboard sock bag" and see what you get.
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I can honestly say I have never seen those for snowboards. It would be a lot easier to find a thin snowboard bag. Or maybe you will have to make your own.
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What would the point of something like that even be? Seems like with the way snowboards can get torn up on the topsheet, you'd tear it really quick or put a good hole in it.
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I saw a woven sleeve at my local shop yesterday and it was pretty cool but I don't remember the brand. I am looking online for it right now.
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i've searched google and couldn't find anything. the point of something like this is just for transporting your board to the local mountain. it's not for going on flights or anything like that. just something to keep the board from messing anything up in the car or scratching anything
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I bought a simple snowboard bag from Big 5 a couple years ago for like 30 bucks, and still use it for when I put my board in the back of my truck.
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snowboard sleeve
Did you even try to google "snowboard sleeve"?
It is not as easy as you might of thought.
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Did you even try to google "snowboard sleeve"?
It is not as easy as you might of thought.
Board Sleeve | Burton Snowboards
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