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Thread: Coffin Question
Jul 28, 2011, 01:26 PM
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Jul 28, 2011, 02:08 PM
Leaving borads in a car for long time in the heat is bad idea period due to the fact that it can cause delams to happen.
A coffin wont help disperse the heat any better than a couple of day bags. The thing i hate the most though is wax melted on my board bag then spreads all over your board.
Anyway you dont need a coffin to go surf your local beach break. FInd a $50 daybag and your good, heat retardation will be the same between the daybag and the coffin for the most part, plus using a 6'8 coffin to lug a 6' shortboard around is just bulky and no real advantage for ya.
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You could try packing the day bag with dry ice, or if you're feeling frisky, liquid nitrogen.
melting wax problem solved!
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Jul 28, 2011, 11:59 AM #1Junior Member
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Are Coffins (multiple bag bags) heat retardant? If I have a coffin in the back of my car and it heats up on the drive am I going to end up with wax all over the inside of the coffin?
Yes I know I can just get a board bag, but I'm not driving or surfing solo and if I have the option of owning 2 boardbags and eventually having to buy a coffin vs having one boardbag and one coffin - having 1bb and 1coffin makes sense... if the coffin is heat retardant.
Yeah I know I haven't put of shots of the "Rhino Chaser", new shortboard and handmade longboard(skateboard). Promise they're coming. I also have a board that I RE-laminated an entire sqft. it's been out in the water and held up. looks like a ugly duckling but who cares. I'll put a shot of the ugly one up as well.