Everything but the board.
Remember how much of a pain it was on last year's road trip when all your gear was scattered across the back of the van and mixed up with everyone else's crap? Stay on top of your stuff with the Burton Cargo Duffel Bag. The spacious main compartment holds outerwear and spare bindings, while multiple external pockets store your tuning kit, goggles, tools, spare parts, and anything else you might need along the way. Venting on the side boot pocket helps your boots dry out, and the pocket is removable and includes backpack straps so you can use it as a daypack instead of taking up extra space with another pack in the trunk, leaving more room for post-shred cases of beer.
- 600D polyester fabric
- Multiple external tuning and accessory pockets
- Fleece-lined, padded goggle pocket
- Removable vented boot pocket with backpack straps
- Zippered internal accessory pocket
- Fits up to size 14 boots
Share your thoughts
Everything you want/need and then some
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Overall this is a pricey duffel bag, but I'm a firm believer, buy right and you buy for life. Its plenty big to hold all your gear, plus 3-5 days of street clothes for your extended trips. The two pockets on either end are meant to hold your boots and are waterproof.
Judging from the material, looks like it will hold up for many years to come.
Also, its pretty hard to judge the size of bags just from pictures, but I would say its on the extra large size compared to other bags.
item 9 is the bees knees
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
this bag is pretty awesome. im using it for school stuff and travel right now but will be essential this winter. tons of pockets and areas to stash diff stuff. can easily fit a pair of boots and all the outerwear need