This is a dangerous world for surfboards. Buying a surfboard is a huge investment. I don't know you, but I hope my investment will last. Here are some common ways that surfboards can be damaged outside the water:
Ding Ding-Ding Ding knocking on the board
NICKS-Knicks, when you find that the dog is pulling a tug of war with your leash while attaching a wooden board
Broken Wooden Board-Angry ex-girlfriend (or boyfriend, broken wooden board), ladies, Wave Tribe is for you
DELAM-when you place it in your backyard, baking like a chocolate cookie, layering due to the sun
Fading-Too much sunlight can fade the color
Cracks-Cracks in the tail fall off the car when taking off the wetsuit
Scratches-Scratches of the cat that determines your plank is hump
Fortunately, there is a quick and easy solution for these users-protect your surfboard with a thickened surfboard travel bag.
A good board bag protects your surfboard from various elements, mainly sunlight and heat. It also keeps it isolated from incidents or other life situations mentioned above. To keep your surfboard safe, always be friendly to your girlfriend or man, and never tell her or his favorite surfboard, just in case. Over the years, I have lost some excellent boards.