For surfboards, this is a dangerous world. Buying a surfboard is a huge investment, I don't know you, but I hope my investment can last. Here are some common ways surfboards are damaged outside the water:
Ding Ding-Ding Ding knocking on the board to surround the house
NICKS, when you found that the dog on the board was pulling a tug of war on a leash
Broken Plank-Angry ex-girlfriend (or boyfriend, broken plank), ladies, Wave Tribe is also for you
DELAM-When you put it in the backyard and bake it like a chocolate chip cookie, it is layered due to the sun
Fading-too much sunlight will fade the color
Cracks-When taking off the wetsuit, the tail cracks fall off the car
Scratches-The scratches of the cat that determines your plank is a hump
Fortunately, there is a quick and convenient solution for these users-use a thick surfboard travel bag to protect the surfboard.
A good board bag can protect your surfboard from various elements (mainly sunlight and heat). It can also protect it from the above-mentioned accidents or other life situations.