Easy to use, hard to live without.
Try traveling to your shred destination without the Burton Board Sack first, and then realize how much of a life-saver it is. Constructed of 600 Denier polyester weave, the Board Sack fits a board with bindings, plus an extra deck. A zippered accessory pouch holds tools, hardware, and tuning supplies. Being a simple, lightweight bag, it's not only ideal for travel, but it also stores your gear during the summer. A shoulder strap and three smaller handles make it easy to carry no matter what your mode of transportation may be.
- 600 Denier polyester
- Accessory pocket
- Shoulder strap
- Three carrying handles
Share your thoughts
I am moving so will this carry two boards with bindings? Even if so, would you recommend another bag?
According to the specs, this bag could hold one board with bindings, as well as another board without bindings. So, you may need to take the bindings off one of the boards but it should be able to fit everything. You could also order the bag plenty large (like say your boards are 154s, go with the 166), and the larger bag would probably be able to fit both with bindings. At least, that has been my experience with these types of bags.
Good for price
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I like this bag, it is great for me that I can both us it to store my board in it when im not using it, and I can throw it in the bed of my truck when I drive to the mt..
The bag easily fits my 162 Wide board with Ride XL bindings , there is also room for my boots, outter coat and pants etc.
The only downfall is the padding is only on the very bottom where I fell it should have a little more material on the edges because I fell that my board edges dont will cut or wear through there. but that will be hopefully a few years.
Overall I think this bag is a good bag and a great deal.
is the bag fully padded all over? sides...
is the bag fully padded all over? sides and ends? What bag would you recommend that is fully padded and good for airline traveling?
This bag is lightly padded all over.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
This board sack is very spacious. You could probably fit up to 3-4 boards in it. For me, I was able to put in a board with bindings, my boots, and still had room for another board or two.
The material is very rugged and I love the placing of the straps. You get a shoulder strap, straps on each end, and a handle strap for side-carrying.