BEST SURFBOARD STRAPS AND TIE DOWNS FOR YOUR CAR

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Top Surfboard Straps.

When tying down your boards on top of your car it’s better to know you have a reliable surf straps. The amount of times I’ve been driving with my hand out the window just to check the boards are still on is unreal.
A lot of surf straps aren’t specifically designed for the sometimes fragile surfboards, especially if you aren’t using a board bag while your board is on your roof racks.




Best surfboard straps for car and roof racks.

Dakine Baja Tie Down Straps – 12′.

Dakine Tie Down Straps

Some funky colored surfboard straps by Dakine. These heavy duty 35mm width straps are over 3.5 meters long and work great for tying down your surfboards to your car. The neoprene buckle housing ensures the cam won’t scratch your board.

Dorsal Surfboard straps.

Dorsal Surfboard Straps

What it fails in width it makes up for it in length, the Dorsal 25mm strap is over 4.5m long so is great for more/wider boards. Strong and a corrosion proof buckle.




BPS ‘No Scratch’ Premium Surfboard straps.

BPS No Scratch Tie Downs

The BPS scratch proof surfboard tie down straps come in 4 different sizes ranging from 3.6 meters to 4.8 meters. The larger longer ones come with a useful dry bag. Well designed and great quality a great surfboard strap for roof rack.




Oceanbroad Roof Rack surf straps.

Surfboard Straps

Oceanbroad surfboard tie downs made with UV resistant webbing and a heavy duty cam buckle. 25MM width strap that is about 4.2meters long, the surfboard straps are suitable for; SUP boards, and surfboards. A more affordable surfboard strap.




COR Surf Premium ‘No Scratch’ Silicon.

Rubber Straps Surfing

A soft surfboard strap which is strong and designed to help protect your car and surfboards from scratches. This surf strap is 2.70meters long, so able length to tie down your surfboard.




Top Tip: If you were once a boy scout or a sailor a taught tension knot will work just as well.

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