Your stick is useless without a sack to go along with it.
The Burton Board Sack protects up to two decks (one with bindings) during road trips or long-weekend getaways. The zippered accessory pocket holds and organizes your tools, wax, and extra hardware, and the lightweight padding helps avoid dings and scratches. A removable shoulder strap makes for less-painful trips to the airport check-in.
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Burton Board Sack
Just want everyone to know out there this snowboard back rocks! We traveled with this on the airlines, the board arrived with no problems! Great price too.
My daughter just bought a 140cm board and...
My daughter just bought a 140cm board and wants a "cute" bag with some padding. She will be hauling it around in her car - not taking it on a plane. I am considering the Burton Board Sack in the Dot.com print but the smallest size available is 156cm. Questions: Does the bag have any padding? AND Will the 156cm be too big for her board? Thanks for any assistance you can offer.
i just bought a new 159 cm board. i plan...
i just bought a new 159 cm board. i plan to fit my board, bindings, boots, and some apparel into a 166. will it all fit? and more importantly, what does "light padding" mean? when this bag gets tossed 10 feet onto a luggage cart at the airport, will the edges/bottom get torn up at all? thanks a lot for any help.
Is this a padded bag safe for checking on...
Is this a padded bag safe for checking on an airline?
I have a 155 board so I bought a 166 size bag. It's pretty awesome because it allows me to fit my boots, pants and jacket as well.
Great for the Price!
For what it is, this bag is perfect. Enough padding on the bottom to protect your edges while traveling and enough room to even fit the kitchen sink. I bought this bag to travel with(airplanes included) and it has performed perfectly.
-OK...This is what I fit in there(Bag size 156):
149 board w/ bindings on, boots, helmet, three pairs of goggles, two pairs of gloves(one-heavy duty mittens), two pairs of snow pants, one big snow jacket, three hoodies, two pairs of jeans, two regular jackets, 7 pairs of snowboard socks, 7 beanies, 8 t-shirts, a ton of underwear and regular socks, travel coffee mug, one big bar of wax, goo gone, scraper, 2 knifes, 2 screwdrivers, and oh ya...one down sleeping bag!
This board sack is amazing. I have fit two snowboards, my jacket, boots, and pants all in this bag. very very roomy. Also, it is pretty tough and keeps water inside the bag if you bring your board out and store it pretty quick. Just remember to dry out the bag. It is really tough as well. I like the idea of straps for a skateboard at the bottom of the bag, but seriously noone does that, and I am not going to buy a skate board just so my bag has wheels. Overall an excellent bag.
Will this bag fit a board and a pair of...
Will this bag fit a board and a pair of skis, both with bindings?
How long are your skis?
Love it!:) Definitely Recommended
I lovvvveeee my bag! I got a size bigger so I don't have to pack around another bag for my gear and it's definitely convenient.
I have a 156 board and I'm glad I read the previous reviews to get a larger size sack for more room. I bought a 166 sack and works fine if I just have the board alone in it but I can also stuff a ton of gear in it as well from my boots, pants, jacket, clothes, ect... and it seems to be very durable so far.
Does this model still come with the stowable...
Does this model still come with the stowable backpack straps?
No it doesn't, sorry about that. It comes with one shoulder strap.
Burton Board Sack 181 cm
Really nice board bag. I ride a 163 wide and bought the 181 and it is good size and has room for my helmet, boots, pants, and coat. I also loaded my 169 and it fits as well. I am planning on traveling with two boards, two boots, and two helmets in this one bag and it fits. Good seams, great construction, GREAT BAG!
Does the 2011 Burton Board Sack still have...
Does the 2011 Burton Board Sack still have the "hideaway backpack" straps?
Not that I can remember, I don't think it does. If anyone else knows for sure, please share.
Put your tools and/or goggles here.
Chances are your bag doesn't look like mine. If I see it from across the train station, I will shank you, rob you and say thank you.
lose your mind, not your bag
ID window with Velcro cover.
For the vagrant riders...
"Adequate for the job" is definitely the best description for this board bag.
The inside utilizes two tough materials to withstand water and edges. It's not overly bulky, you could throw it in a Yakima or Thule box with some other stuff too and still have room left for other people's stuff too.
There are three handles so hoisting and throwing it around is easy for baggage handlers. Luckily there's proper padding
The one drawback is the zipper doesn't zip open all the way, but NBD for the price. It's still better than not having a board bag. Amiright?
31.75cm wide by 18.42cm deep (12.5 x 7.25 in.)
Made in China