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General Category => Gear Talk => Topic started by: stoneaxe on December 05, 2018, 09:25:44 PM

Title: Board covers
Post by: stoneaxe on December 05, 2018, 09:25:44 PM
Looking for suggestions for board covers.....my Foote stays on my truck most of the time. I don't want to bag it but want to get a good cover...the orange is fading to salmon (OK...Pink...  ::) )...suggestions?
Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: burchas on December 06, 2018, 04:19:55 AM
This might be what you're looking for. It was posted here before I think:

https://www.victorykoredry.com/collections/uv-board-covers
Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: stoneaxe on December 06, 2018, 06:47:34 PM
That should work....anyone know if they stay on at highway speed?
Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: Luc Benac on December 06, 2018, 06:50:25 PM
That is what I use on all my boards. I never had a problem on the highway.
Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: TallDude on December 06, 2018, 07:33:22 PM
I see a lot of people using those. If your not stacking boards or piling them in a van, these do the job. I had one on my shortboard (as in prone shortboard) as in don't have it anymore. But it worked fine. I'd like to get one for my unlimiteds. I have 3 big the thick bags for unlimiteds and a 14' among various ones for my surf sups. The thick ones take up a lot of space when not being used. One of my unlimited bags will only fold into a 30" x 30" x 4' pile. PITA.  I'm thinking about either tossing it, or storing a board in it just to get it off the floor. Those Victory Coredry's probably fit in a little bag.
Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: RideTheGlide on December 07, 2018, 04:25:39 AM
This might be what you're looking for. It was posted here before I think:

https://www.victorykoredry.com/collections/uv-board-covers

The picture of the 12'6" show that it covers the bottom and rails but leaves most of the deck uncovered. I assume the 14' is the same. (?). I hope so; I would want to be able to access bungee clips. I like having a front line when I have something up top. Not so much for securing it as being able to tell if it starts shifting to one side or sliding forward.
Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: eastbound on December 07, 2018, 05:44:16 AM
note difference btwn cover and bag

Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: Badger on December 07, 2018, 06:31:12 AM
This might be what you're looking for. It was posted here before I think:

https://www.victorykoredry.com/collections/uv-board-covers

The picture of the 12'6" show that it covers the bottom and rails but leaves most of the deck uncovered. I assume the 14' is the same. (?). I hope so; I would want to be able to access bungee clips. I like having a front line when I have something up top. Not so much for securing it as being able to tell if it starts shifting to one side or sliding forward.


I don't understand what you are describing but yes, the deck is open on all the Koredry board covers.

Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: connector14 on December 08, 2018, 05:24:24 PM
I purchased a similar product by VAMO from Paddleboard Specialists and I have  been very pleased with it. It fits snugly on my 14,  but is pretty soft and flexible material and I am sure it will go down the road at highway speeds without coming off or flapping too much in the breeze....though I haven't had a trip with it yet. I got it mostly just for sun protection and keeping bug droppings off, etc. I am trying to keep my Imagine Rocket as pristine as possible without resorting to a coffin bag which I find a pain to get my boards in and out of.
Title: Re: Board covers
Post by: APPST_Paddle on December 09, 2018, 02:12:34 PM
I grabbed a 10' longboard board sock and it works perfect, protection back and forth to the beach.