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Travel Bag that will Accomodate 150 Mako

Postby skullcandy » Wed Oct 14, 2015 1:21 am

Will this accommodate a 150 Mako? It says length 59" (which is a couple cm taller than 150) but fine print states up to "147cm" board.

Anyone?

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Re: Travel Bag that will Accomodate 150 Mako

Postby whabbits » Wed Oct 14, 2015 1:25 am

Best thing that I can suggest is call a store that sells a lot of Makos and a lot of travel bags. A few years ago I ordered a Dakine FX travel bag from Windance in Hood River for my 150. I don't think that bag is made any longer.

Ask the staff to put a 150 in the bag to verify.

Happy travels.
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Re: Travel Bag that will Accomodate 150 Mako

Postby Gjertson » Wed Oct 14, 2015 5:42 am

I got an Ion 2 + 4 and it fits a mako 150 and a duke :naughty:

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Re: Travel Bag that will Accomodate 150 Mako

Postby skullcandy » Fri Oct 16, 2015 8:49 pm

Thanks for responses... I just got the NSI Deceiver and its a PERFECT fit for the 150 Mako. A couple cm to spare too! No need to remove the straps at all. Fins are fine also but I will remove those so they don't rip holes, etc.


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