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Anyone have any recommendations on what kind of paddle bag to get or does anyone have one they may be willing to sell?

Any other tips for safely flying paddles?

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Ski bags work great and are much cheaper. Wrap clothes around the paddles to protect.

If I still have my old one, you can borrow it for the trip. If not, go to Sniagrab and get one on clearance.

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Ski bags seem to work fine in case you already have one - and easier to find to bum off a friend.
 

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cheapest paddle bags ever.

I use a 'heavy duty' laundry bag i got form walmart for $4. It is made of decently thick mesh (allows gear to dry), has a solid bottom, has a shoulder strap, and cinches at the top. it is the way to go. cheers.
 

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I use a 'heavy duty' laundry bag i got form walmart for $4. It is made of decently thick mesh (allows gear to dry), has a solid bottom, has a shoulder strap, and cinches at the top. it is the way to go. cheers.
Was actually thinking about a paddle case type of thing to protect my paddle while flying with it.

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