This sail bag is designed to be used with sails that are rolled. A rolled sail will last longer than a folded one as it reduces the number of creases and therefore weak points in the fabric.
These bags are available in multiple lengths to accommodate just about any size sail. The bags are made from the same super durable 600 denier solution-dyed polyester fabric that we use to make boat covers. The features of this bag include a mesh strip down the side of the bag to aid the sail in drying if it is put away wet, two carry handles and a drawstring closure at one end.
We typically recommend purchasing a bag 6"-12" longer than your rolled up sail(s) in order to make sure that the sails always fit.
Look for pre-measured Sail Bags for your specific boat in our BY BOAT TYPE page.
Click here to see the different types of covers that we build with photos and descriptions.
Great bags for storing multible sails .
I like that you can pick out custom sizes. Steve Peeters on 10th Feb 2021
THANKS !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! irv mandelberg on 5th Jun 2020
I am very impressed with the quality and workmanship of these bags.They where made and shipped quickly.Thanks SLO Andrew Monk on 24th Sep 2019
Arrived on time, looks great, excellent quality and should last a good long time. Mike on 12th Sep 2019
The SLO team was super-helpful in making a custom sail bag for my application. Great work! David on 11th Jun 2019
SLO's rolled sailbags are top notch. Very high quality materials and workmanship. Now my sails are protected while in storage or on the road in my sail box. Carry handle is sturdy and makes handling a lot easier. Very well thought out bag. Brett Johnston / chiindii catamarans on 13th Oct 2016
Why SLO Sail and Canvas?
Because we take the time to make sure you are getting what you want and need. Our knowledgeable designers are available by phone or email and can work with you to incorporate any special requests. Our products are warranted against defects due to workmanship or material flaws for 1 year. All our products are made in the USA, on the central coast of California.