Surfboards—you have no idea just how much we love them.
But we’re sure you know how that feels.
Besides our loved ones, surfboards are the most important things in our lives.
The first surfboard sighting dates back to 1778 when European explorer Captain James Cook sailed to Hawaii.
The Hawaiians had been surfing for hundreds of years by that point. The original Hawaiian surfboard measures up to 16 feet and weighed one hundred pounds. Heavy. Strong.
Today's surfboards are a lot more fragile than those original Hawaiian logs and without proper protection, they get banged up quite hard. This is why getting a boardbag is important—it protects your board.
If you aren't using a surf bag to protect your surfboard, you’re putting your sled at risk. Which is why this article is crucial in helping you understand the importance of a high-quality boardbag. We’re going to take a deep dive into all the types of surfboard bags in the market to help you get to the right choice for your board.