The MIGRA Makes Carrying Your Surfing Gear a Cinch

The MIGRA Makes Carrying Your Surfing Gear a Cinch

For those who surf, travelling with your board has always been an issue. From lugging it under your arm to purchasing a specific vehicle to get from A to waves, the boards are large and cumbersome in every situation. And, even if you master the balance, you still need to carry your gear. If this sounds a bit like you, then the MIGRA Bag is here to lighten your load.

Designed for adventurers, the MIGRA Bag does everything you need and more. Beyond holding your surfboard, it offers loads of convenient features to make your journey a breeze.

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Most importantly, the MIGRA Bag protects your surfboard from damage such as bumping into obstacles, getting knocked over, and accidental drops. With an exterior made of durable polyester, it has double layer shock absorption complete with 10mm closed cell padding and zigzag stitching. The rails have even more padding as these areas are more prone to contact.

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Along the rails of the MIGRA Bag are twelve strategically placed multitasking rings. They’re organized in four sets of three and can be used as an extra grip to carry your board or to tie and secure it in place. These rings can also be used to adjust the placement of the padded shoulder strap, which also has its own set of rings to attach your gear. With so many options, you get a fully customized hold every time you carry your surfboard.

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Located on the back of the MIGRA Bag is an external carry system comprised of intersecting flexible rope. With enough leftover rope, the carry system can be adjusted to tightly hold your towel, wetsuit, snorkel gear, or anything else you need to bring along. Inside the bag is a small pocket to secure your important accessories such as your keys and smartphone.

[tweet_box]The MIGRA Bag holds so much more than just your surfboard.[/tweet_box]

Available in three lengths; 6’, 6’3”, and 6’7”; the width of the bag is 21 inches across to suit a variety of boards. Equipped with a heavy duty salt resistant zipper, the MIGRA Bag can roll into a compact unit when not in use for easy storage.

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The MIGRA Bag is live with a Kickstarter campaign ending October 10th. You can contribute to the crowdfunding goal and reserve your bag for a donation of €169 (USD 188). The bags will ship in March 2017.

This bag can take you to places previously considered too far. Where will you surf next?

Ashley Timms is an editor at Gadget Flow where she gets to write about the most incredible products in the world. When she’s not writing, she’s producing fine art dog photography.
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