Bodyboard travel bags are always useful. Whether you're preparing to embark on a surf trip with your best friends or if you're heading to your local beach, bodyboard bags help you to carry the entire surfing equipment.
Many bodyboarders enjoy traveling to the nearest wedge by bicycle or motorcycle and their hands need to be focused on the driving. Modern bodyboard travel bags are comfortable, durable and can also have several other features.
The ultimate bodyboard bags for traveling have large inside pockets for wallets, wetsuits and bodyboard fins. Nylon and polyester materials unfold with sophisticated lockable zippers that prevent your gear from falling and from being stolen.
New materials can also be sand and salt repellents and, at the same time, impact resistant. High quality backpack straps are very important so that you don't injury your back and shoulders. There are several extreme sports brands marketing good bodyboard travel bags for under $100.
For only $194, you get the best bodyboard travel bag. It's the Creatures of Leisure Bodyboard Quad Wheely Travel Bag, with urethane wheels, space for four boards, heat reflective system, internal compression straps and numerous hidden compartments.
The eBodyboarding Double Padded Reflector Wet/Dry Bag is a good investment for $67 also because its bottom pocket has a mesh drainage bottom that will fit your fins and other equipment.
The Balin Budget Bodyboard Bag is a simple option for only $44. The Keeper Sports Bodyboard Back Pack can take two boards and fins for $22. The Sticky Bumps Bodyboard Bag includes convenient backpack straps and an extra zipper pouch. Your for $32.
The Surreal No-Limits Dual Bodyboard Bag has waterproof tarpaulin interior for maximum bodyboard protection from sun exposure and the blistering heat, a front pocket and padded shoulder straps for less than $39.
The BZ Day Tripper 3 Double/Triple Bodyboard Bag offers a padded board compartment and can carry three boards. It promises to be car trunk and airplane safe and can be yours for only $69.
The Turbo Deluxe Rolling Travel Bag holds up to four boards, and offers internal pocket storage for your wetsuit, fins, towel and anything else. Comes with wheels, and two carry handles. Only for 105$.
The Wham-O Morey Basic Bag is made of nylon, holds up to two boards, and comes with adjustable shoulder straps for only $37. The Dakine Deluxe Bodyboard Backpack offers the most basic protection. A 600D Polyester with mesh side panels for only $60.
World bodyboarding champion Mike Stewart designed the Science Tri-Pouch Bodyboard Bag, a great model which only costs $65. The Body Glove Bodyboard Bag with Fin Pocket is a good choice for less than $36.
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This bodyboard travel bag review has been updated on the 28th November 2014.