Circle One Body Board Bag


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Bodyboard Bag or Bodyboard Backpack

The Circle One Bodyboard backpack is a great way of moving your boards around. This bodyboard bag is suitable for carrying up to three boards.

Circle One has designed this bodyboard bag to have a large main compartment that is easily accessed via a zip. The front of the bag then features an additional pocket which is ideal for carrying your wetsuit and bodyboard fins. The rear of the backpack then features a set of rucksack straps which means you then have free hands for carrying extra kit.

  • General Features
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  • Suitable for carrying three bodyboards
  • Zipped access to main pocket
  • Rear Shoudler Stras for easy transporting
  • Front Pocket for wetsuit
  • Tough and durable fabric
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