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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-13-2011, 05:56 PM
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If you want to go ghetto style.. and are just looking for protection cheapest way to protect your board is pipe insulation.

When I went to Argentina this month I bought two sleeves for 60cents each at Lowes and used drafting tape to hold it on. then put the board in the bag. Saved my edges since the bag wasn't padded.

But you could always just do this and carry the board solo too.. might look lame but ghetto works. I like to rock Frankenstein bindings as well.

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Board bags are good for stashing your stuff. I have a Dakine soft bag that I got for $40. It has boot pockets, room for two decks, my bindings and I can shove both my pairs of pants and jackets in their with room for a hoodie or something else.
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I use a Dakine Tour. Fully padded, 2 pockets for each boot, and no wheels. It's the perfect bag

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Thanks for the help everyone. A local place is have a blowout sale in a week and I'll pick something up there.
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If you're concerned about nicks and scratches, yes. If you're concerned about actual substantive damage, probably not. However like others have said, it's convenient because it lets you keep all your stuff in one place.
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