Backpack Fatboy - Board Carry
- surf backpack with in-built surfboard carrier
- 22l storage fits full wetsuit, towel and all the extra gear/food you need for a surf
- includes free detachable changebag for dry storage of wet gear
- chest plate is easily removable - for day pack use simply thread bottom straps direct to shoulder buckles
- 3 compartments including separate audio and valuables storage
- waist strap for extra support
- foam backpads for comfort and airflow
- includes boardbag carrier so you can hook-up and carry any boardbag with a centered carry handle
- use over any terrain including rough ground - no hands required
- optimise load shoulder to shoulder or chest to lumbar - via 4x independent adjustors
- designed to protect spine and muscles
- connect to Curve sling for a great lightweight way to carry surfboards
- 3D breathable fabric for moisture control.
- super tough 600D water-resistant polycanvas.
- patented PVC reinforced breast plate design for support and comfort.
- corrosion resistant aluminium d-rings.
- bullet-proof connector hook
Ultimate surf backpack and board carrier
The ultimate surfing backpack has a huge 22 litres of storage, includes a free changebag and carries your board for you. What more could you want in a surf backpack!?
With 3 compartments, padded music holder, shock straps and 2x bottle holders theres plenty of room to pack everything including a couple of wetties, towel, rashies, fins, leashes, you name it. The changebag protects your wetsuit while you change and keeps it separate from dry items. And the 'no brain' boardbag connection allows you to carry your board in handsfree comfort over any type of terrain, including that peak down the beach and away from the crowd.
Also great for traveling, hands-free carry reduces the hassle of negotiating your surfboards through busy airports. And once you have checked in your boards the Fatboy is the perfect size to take on the plane as cabin luggage.
We're not kidding when we called this the ultimate surf backpack
What the experts say.....
Sarah Nelson, Waikato Times June 2004.
NB: Not to be used in conjunction with back complaints.