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Vid..Kite surfing gear all in one Tardis suit case.

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Well, I'm off on holidays next week, and I hate traveling with a big old kite board bag were you have to line up in the oversize baggage area, were in some airports are on the opposite side of you normal bag carousel. Then you have to find a taxi with roof racks or a wagon, good luck with that idea. 

Well this is the way I'me taking my gear on this trip.



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Off to the warmer climate since I did not spot a wet suit? At least you will not be cursing the baggage handlers damaging your surf board, then having to source resin/fibre glass at the holiday destination like I did years ago. Take it you are not heading to the South Island of New Zealand, blowing 40 knots Southerly straight off the antarctic, 8 deg C without wind chill. Ha ha, have good trip George, save plenty of pics to make us all jelleous. Nice FlySurfer Split board.

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