Longboard Strap




Carrying a longboard around is kind of annoying. With this strap that costs less than $10 to build and is so simple anyone could make it, carrying your board is no longer a problem.

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Step 1: Supplies

1. 2 Nite Ize S-Biner Carabiner Clip (size that can fit around trucks)
2. Bungee Cord (length depends on the board length, your height, and how tight you want the strap)
3. Strong Duct Tape (as per any diy project)

Step 2: Close the Bungee

Put duct tape on the hooks of the bungee to close the gap. If you can find a bungee with a full circle instead of a hook that works even better.

Step 3: Attach the S Clips

Attach the S Clips to the bungee. If you want you can even duct tape this side closed but I haven't so I can slip my slide gloves on here.

Step 4: You're Done!

Now just take under 10 seconds to attach the strap to your board. While you're riding around attach the strap to a backpack or belt loop. Hope this makes your life just that much easier!

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    4 years ago

    Nice and easy! This looks like a perfect way to carry your longboard. Thanks for sharing this idea!