Laser Sailboat Blade Travel Gear Bag, Windesign on 2040-parts.com
Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada
Blade Bag for Laser®
This balde bag is recognized as one of the most versitile and durable blade bags available. It is sporty, good looking, and well designed. It is one of if not the best selling blade bag on the market. Heavily padded envelope style bag. Made of heavy duty 600D nylon and closed cell foam. Separate comparments for rudder, dagggerboard, tiller and extension and a large pocket for accessories. The rudder and daggerboard compartments have a Velcro closure over the full length. The accessories pocket is made of netting so that gloves and life jackets can dry. Strong double carrying handle and adjustable detachable strap. Designed to protect the foils against knocks and scratches.
*This item is new in original packaging
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