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2023 Ion Gearbag Tec

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  • 2022 Ion Gearbag Tec
  • 2022 Ion Gearbag Tec
$339.00 - $389.00
 

Description

2022 Ion Gearbag Tec

Fits up to 2 boards & 4 kites/wings, sustainable materials

The Gearbag Tec offers space for your foilwing gear with a compact design. The outer fabric withstands the wear & tear of traveling and contains 100% recycled PET waste. Heavy-duty wheels let you cruise through airports and sandy sidewalks alike. With ION’s Connective_Handle, you can connect the Gearbag TEC to your personal or airport trolley. The Sherpa_Belt ensures that you always have one hand free for the important things. A molded Curv plate on the bottom adds stability and protection, while Bag_Breeze 2.0 prevents smelly surprises at your destination. Space for foil board, foil and 2 wings (max. boardsize 160* 69cm )

Size Chart:

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Materials

60% Polyester 30% Polyethylen 10% Polypropylen

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    2022 ION GEARBAG TEC

    Posted by Yarnin on 14th Mar 2023

    I recently purchased the 2022 ION GEARBAG TEC, and overall, I'm quite impressed with the quality of the bag. The materials and construction seem very durable and well-made, and the zippers and handles all function smoothly. However, I did run into a bit of an issue with the sizing. I opted for the 6'8'' model, thinking that it would provide plenty of space for my 5' Foilboard 3 kites, and my twin-tip. Unfortunately, I found that the bag was just a bit too long, and as a result, it kept folding in the middle when I tried pull it on its wheels. This made it really difficult to use the bag properly during transit, and I had to spend a lot of extra time trying to get around the airport and from one place to another. While I appreciate the extra length in theory, it ended up causing more problems than it solved. Overall, I think the 2022 ION GEARBAG TEC is a great option for anyone looking for a high-quality kite gear bag. However, if you're planning to use it with a 5' board and multiple kites, I would recommend going with a slightly smaller size to avoid the folding issue I experienced.

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