Flying Objects Kite Coffin Kitesurfing Travel Boardbag
Light, roomy and durable. The Kite Coffin is the perfect companion to those windy shores. Designed to take a quiver of kites, boards and accessories, this is the one boardbag solution that’s extremely lightweight (at only 2.77 kgs) and rugged.
Based on the Kite Roller the Kite Coffin has the same design brief but the main aim was to further reduce the overall weight by removing the roller wheel assembly. To still allow for ease of mobility the Kite Coffin has concealed back pack straps that can be pulled out and the boardbag slung over the shoulders.
145cm L x 50cm W x 18cm H Weight 2.774kg
The Flying Objects Surf Roller Travel Bag is constructed with 600D Polyester Used top and bottom for long lasting durability.
The 6mm Padding keeps the weight down while offering excellent protection for your favourite board.
Internal PE Fabric reduces moisture absorption to keep the weight down, even when you pack wet.
Internal Tie Down secure the boards to the structure of the bag.
Internal Pockets keep smaller accessories secure and easy to find.
Backpack carry straps be more mobile when packing lighter loads.
Roller Wheels for ease of transport of heavy loads.
Air Vent enables the bag to breath venting excess heated air.
Address Label enter your contact details for use when traveling.
Torsion Straps to secure a tight fit around the boards.
Conveniently placed Carry Handle.
FO Pull Tabs moulded sliders for ease of grip and polished look.
About Flying Objects:
Over the past decade our products have been used by some of Australia’s leading windsurfers and kiteboarders, resulting in our underground brand gaining notoriety throughout the wind-sports world.
Founded in the late 80’s, Flying Objects supplied functional products engineered for harsh Australian conditions. The primary focus is on accessory products and the product line continues to reflect those original core values of function and durability.
Developed in style of Australian surf accessory companies, Flying Objects equipment was conceptualized by Ben Severne and tested to destruction at many of this country’s most famous breaks: Margaret River, Gnaraloo and Esperance by Australia’s leading watermen, Scott McKercher and Felix Pivec.