The Diago Commuter features a 12mm thick HDF board, with a tough, satin black coating for years of use on the road. They added 6 rubber pads, for high rigidity and to distribute weight evenly for a sturdy, solid feel. There's a built-in handle, machined right into the HDF board, for pulling the board out the case and carrying it about on stage. The also added a deep pocket with zip closure on the front of the case. The Commuter features the very same super-grippy pedal carpet they use on the hardcase pedalboards. Unlike some poor-quality carpet, theirs does not deteriorate or become fluffy with repeated removal of pedals - it'll remain grippy for the lifetime of the board.
The Commuter's rugged carry case features a dense EPE foam shell and a hard-wearing 600 denier fabric covering for both impact and scratch resistance. Heavy duty zips and robust ABS clips keep your gear safe and secure. The gigbag also features a carry handle and padded shoulder strap, both made from chunky nylon webbing.