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When you're out in the water, your surfboard is your most important tool. But when you're not using it, it's crucial to keep it protected. That's where FCS comes in with our extensive range of surfboard covers in Australia. Whether you're looking to buy surfboard covers for shortboards or longboards, FCS has a cover to fit every size and shape. Our adjustable stretch surfboard covers and soft surfboard covers are perfect for when you're on the go, while our longboard surf covers offer maximum protection for your prized possession.

FCS doesn't just stop at surfboard covers. We also stock a wide selection of travel and storage products, including FCS surf backpacks, that will make sure your gear stays safe and secure during transit. And while you're browsing our collection, take a look at our full range of FCS surfing accessories. From fins and leashes to traction pads and tail pads, FCS has everything you need to get the most out of your time in the water.

So if you want to protect your surfboard and keep your surfing gear organised and secure, FCS is the place to go. And with free shipping on orders over $80, there's no better time to buy surfboard covers and other surfing accessories.

Do you need a cover for your surfboard?

Using a surfboard cover is a great idea for several reasons, including:

  • Protection from external elements: Surfboard covers help protect your board from scratches, dings, and exposure to UV light while in transit or storage, providing a protective layer that shields your board from harm.
  • Keep your board clean: Both hard and soft surfboard covers keep your board free of wax, sand, and other debris that can accumulate on it over time. This makes it easier to maintain your board and extends its lifespan.
  • Safe and discreet transportation: Surfboard travel covers can help you transport your board safely and discreetly, avoiding drawing unwanted attention and protecting it from prying eyes, especially when travelling in public places.

How do I protect my surfboard when travelling?

Here are some useful tips on how to protect your surfboard when travelling:

  • Use a surfboard cover: A quality surfboard cover provides excellent protection against scratches, dings, and exposure to UV light during transport. Ensure you get a cover that fits your board snugly to avoid any unnecessary movement during transit.
  • Secure your board in the car: When transporting your board in a car, make sure it's securely fastened to avoid it moving around. Use proper straps or bungee cords to keep it in place.
  • Avoid extreme temperatures: Excessive heat or cold can damage your board, so avoid leaving it exposed to extreme temperatures. Never leave your board in a car parked in direct sunlight or exposed to freezing temperatures for an extended period.
  • Remove the fins: Remove the fins from your board before packing it. This will not only reduce the risk of damage but also make it easier to pack your board in a bag or cover.

What size surfboard cover do I need?

To determine the size of surfboard cover you need, you should measure your surfboard from nose to tail. This will give you the length of your board, which is the most critical measurement when choosing a cover. Most surfboard covers are designed to fit boards that are within a few inches of their length, so be sure to choose a cover that matches the length of your board as closely as possible.

You should also consider the width of your board before you buy a surfboard cover. If your board is wider than average, you may need to select a cover that is specially designed for wider boards.

Lastly, consider the type of surfboard you have. Shortboards, longboards, and fish boards all have different shapes and require different types of covers. Be sure to choose a cover that is designed for your specific type of board.

How do I protect my surfboard?

There are several things you can do to protect your surfboard and ensure it stays in good condition:

  • Use a surfboard cover: A quality surfboard cover can protect your board from scratches, dings, and exposure to UV light during transport or storage.
  • Keep your board clean: Regularly clean your board with fresh water to remove salt, sand, and other debris that can cause damage. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive materials that could scratch the surface.
  • Store your board properly: When not in use, store your board in a dry, cool place away from direct sunlight or extreme temperatures. Avoid stacking boards on top of each other or leaning them against hard surfaces.
  • Repair any damage immediately: If you notice any dings or cracks, repair them as soon as possible to prevent further damage. You can use a surfboard repair kit or take your board to a professional repair shop.
  • Transport your board safely: When transporting your board, ensure it is securely fastened and protected from any impact or movement. Use proper straps or bungee cords to keep it in place.

What is the best way to store a surfboard?

The best way to store a surfboard is in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures. Here are some tips for storing your surfboard properly:

  • Vertical storage: Storing your surfboard vertically is the best way to minimise pressure points and prevent the board from warping. Use a surfboard rack or stand to keep the board off the ground and away from other objects. If vertical storage is not an option, you can store your surfboard horizontally, but it's important to support the board's weight evenly. Use a soft foam pad or towel to cushion the board and prevent any pressure points.
  • Avoid stacking: Stacking boards on top of each other can cause damage and compressions, so avoid this if possible.
  • Keep it dry: Moisture can cause your surfboard to warp or delaminate, so ensure your board is completely dry before storing it. Wipe it down with a dry towel or cloth, and avoid storing it in damp or humid areas.
  • Avoid direct sunlight: Prolonged exposure to sunlight can cause fading, discoloration, and even warping of your surfboard. Store your board in a shaded area or cover it with a board bag or towel.
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