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RE: Size« Reply #1 on: June 09 2008 11:06:00 »
Not a good idea IMO.
Protection for board works well if the board fits pretty tight in the boardbag.
My biggest board is a 6'10 and board bag is 7'0
RE: Size« Reply #2 on: June 09 2008 13:06:00 »
Last post is true plus it'll be heavy and difficult to handle.
RE: Size« Reply #3 on: June 09 2008 18:06:00 »
How much spare room should there be?
RE: Size« Reply #4 on: June 10 2008 06:06:00 »
Enough to fit a protection tail, nose and some rail as well, nothing is enough while packing your board for travel, always remove fins and dont leave any hard object on the deck or botton, use those big pokets with flat or flex stuff.
RE: Size« Reply #5 on: June 12 2008 20:06:00 »
if you get a bag over a certain length, like 80 inches then a lot of airlines will charge you an extra 50 dollars, but if you get a 76 inch bag, or 6'3" then you'll be just oversized bag, not extra oversized bag.