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Longboard bag? Bringing longboards on airplane

So Im moving from Sweden to Sydney in 2 weeks.

The big question is can I bring my longboards and check them in my baggage?

I'm flying with etihad airways www.etihadairways.com/

I did find a tab for sporting equipment but no information on the webstite about it, had to call an office but they are all closed now.

Im not sure but I suppose I could stuff them in my big baggage bag, the problem is my caften is like 104 cm (41 inches) long and I cant fit it in any of my or my gf:s bags. I will also bring my small z-flex and my loaded vanguard.

I did how ever find some nice longboard bags, like old man army all tough I cant find a supplier here in Sweden that sells them.

Has anyone of you flied with etihad airways? If so how much would it cost to check the boards wrapped in, on the side of my luggage as some kind of extra luggage?

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are they wide enuf

Joe said:
Yeahhhh I just checked out some of these bags! They look very practical for skating. Try searching for grass hockey bags here in Australia, you'll find alot more options, and there mostly under the $100 mark. Grays and mazon bags had the most options.
i was looking aroud and found this, does anyone think it would be any good?
http://www.rhsports.com.au/rhsports.asp
Yeah they had plenty of width for a skateboard and other gear.
http://www.justhockey.com.au/index.php?action=catalogue&prodcat...
I can't actually find the dimesions for this bag. Though i have worked out the height of the hockey sticks and They get upto 38 inches, So I'm guessing there would be a few extra inches in the bag for other gear.

Toby said:
are they wide enuf
Joe said:
Yeahhhh I just checked out some of these bags! They look very practical for skating. Try searching for grass hockey bags here in Australia, you'll find alot more options, and there mostly under the $100 mark. Grays and mazon bags had the most options.
if it fits then thatd be heaps good for a bag

Joe said:
Yeah they had plenty of width for a skateboard and other gear.
http://www.justhockey.com.au/index.php?action=catalogue&prodcat...
I can't actually find the dimesions for this bag. Though i have worked out the height of the hockey sticks and They get upto 38 inches, So I'm guessing there would be a few extra inches in the bag for other gear.

Toby said:
are they wide enuf
Joe said:
Yeahhhh I just checked out some of these bags! They look very practical for skating. Try searching for grass hockey bags here in Australia, you'll find alot more options, and there mostly under the $100 mark. Grays and mazon bags had the most options.
wow, only $85 bucks shipped. looks pretty good. and it looks damn long too, around 45 inches or so i would guess

Toby said:
if it fits then thatd be heaps good for a bag

Joe said:
Yeah they had plenty of width for a skateboard and other gear.
http://www.justhockey.com.au/index.php?action=catalogue&prodcat...
I can't actually find the dimesions for this bag. Though i have worked out the height of the hockey sticks and They get upto 38 inches, So I'm guessing there would be a few extra inches in the bag for other gear.

Toby said:
are they wide enuf
Joe said:
Yeahhhh I just checked out some of these bags! They look very practical for skating. Try searching for grass hockey bags here in Australia, you'll find alot more options, and there mostly under the $100 mark. Grays and mazon bags had the most options.

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