Re: Kite bag needed...Try a garbage bag
- I have a nice Dakine bag that I use for traveling. It actually
holds 4 - 5 inflatable kites including my 16.4 Airblast and my 11.8
AB, but it is purely a travel bag.
I personally use a garbage bag for my 16.4 after I lost the stock
bag. I found that it was so much simpler and easier to use a
garbage bag for my 16.4, that I now use them for all my kites. You
have to roll the kite up tight to get it into the stock bags. You
can just cram kites into garbage bags. Of course, once you are home
it is important to dry the kite out completely before storing and I
never close the top of the bags. However, I live in a area where
the humidity is less than 30%, so my kites are totally dry. I
wouldn't recommend this method if you live in an area with high
--- In ksurfschool@y..., "vytaspass" <surfsup@r...> wrote:
> I noticed DaKine makes expandable kite bags. Do you want me to
> into a price for you?
> We deal with DaKine now and I don't see it on their website, but I
> have it in my material...
> --- In ksurfschool@y..., "jamisdiablo69" <slarmee@4...> wrote:
> > Hey everyone! I'm trying to get just an expandale bag for
> > 16.4 Airblast. Since it is last years model the bag it comes
> > crap for holding with inflated struts... anyone have any extra
> > expandable bags (brand not important as long as it's big
> > they might want to sell me? Or know if any of the companies
> > these bags separetly?
> > Thanks!
> > Scot