Tuck Yeah Apparel recently announced the release of a longboard travel bag and I immediately ordered one for myself. Fairly priced and sized conveniently for the smaller local trips, it’s big enough to carry the board and all the essentials. Read through to find out more about the bag’s features.
Tuck Yeah Apparel is a brand run by the rad brothers from Milan, Stefano and Simone Barbizzi. As a part of their family business, the Barbizzi bros also produce a cool skateboarding themed apparel, like t-shirt and hats. You can check out all the stuff they do on their Facebook page if you’re interested.
Tuck Yeah longboard travel bag features
While waiting for the bag to be delivered sometimes in April, I talked with Stefano to find out more about the longboard bag and it’s features. He told me all about it and gave me a nice video tour of one of the prototype models. The bag looks very functional and has really cool features. Let’s check them out.
#1 Compact size makes it handy for local trips
I like it how the Tuck Yeah longboard bag is more compact comparing to some other bigger and more expensive longboard bags. Stefano and Simone didn’t design the TuckYea bag to fit a helmet and due to its smaller size, it’s more convenient for transport, especially when travelling with a smaller car.
#2 Two extra pockets for all the essentials
The Tuck Yeah longboard bag features 2 extra pockets. One bigger pocket on the inside and one smaller pocket on the outside. The bigger pocket is big enough to carry at least 3 sets of wheels, some spare grip tape, nuts and bolts, bearings, bushings and a skate tool. I see no issues with fitting my G-form pads and slide gloves in the bag as well. I guess that’s all that I might need on a session, right?
To have that skate tool more accessible, I will probably carry it in the smaller pocket on the outside, along with some other stuff, like my wallet, phone, keys and similar. Damn! Now everyone will know where I’ll keep my wallet 🙂
#3 Two carrying options + it’s foldable
The TuckYeah bag features a nice handle for carrying with one hand and the additional straps for carrying on the back as a backpack. It doesn’t have wheels like some other bags, but I don’t think that I’ll miss them.
As it’s foldable, you can make it smaller and more comfortable to carry when there’s no board in it. It’s not water proof, but the material looks thick enough, so few drops of rain should not do any real damage.
Where to buy the Tuck Yeah longboard bag and how much it costs
At the time of writing this article the TuckYeah longboard bag is available through the pre-order only for 60 Euros. The pre-orders are expected to be fulfilled in April this year and from that point on, you will be able to order the bags via the BDS Ricami online shop.
Compared to other longboard travel bags, the TuckYeah bag comes at a half of the price. This makes it a great option for those on budget or for those who are looking for a decent entry level longboard bag.