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Will this fit a board with bindings, ski and boots for both?
January 31, 2010
December 7, 2009
Got this fine piece of luggage for 40 bucks....some discontinued color but it looks freakin' sweet. The 166 bag fit my 157 snowboard, boots, 3 jackets, 2 goggles, 2 pants, some beanies and a sweater no prob. I could tell the baggage guys tossed it pretty good too, but the bag only suffered minor cosmetic damage. I would buy this again in a HEARTBEAT!!! Next time I might not make to to my destination if i get stopped for all the compliments on this bag!
As boarders would tell you...."Mad steezy"
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Ok, first off, does this bag have enough padding for the rough airline people tossing this thing about?
Next question, I have a 161 size snowboard, will this bag handle boots, 2 jackets and 2 pants with the extra small stuff comfortably with bindings on or off?? Thanks.
January 18, 2010
i have a 150 in a 156 gig.
i can fit the board with bindings, 2 jackets, 2 pants, goggles, beanies, BUT i cannot fit both of my boots.
if took out one jacket and pair of pants, i can fit both boots.
January 20, 2010
YES to all of your questions.
Plenty of padding, plenty of room for board, boots, jackets, pants, goggles, helmet, etc.
With bindings on!
You can also get the same bag with wheels... its called the wheelie gig bag.
By: Four Horsemen
January 19, 2010
April 23, 2010
This bag doesn't come with wheels, but I'm sure you have a skate board, or you travel with a sake board. Throw your deck in the bag, check it. When you arrive, get your deck out, strap it on and roll around. Simple and convenient. Hold a good amount of product for sure. set your self up with a gig and secure yourself a bag.
Yes, it definitely will... Were you the same guy that was looking at the board sack?
This bag is roomier than the board sack and will definitely fit a wide board with bindings on it!
By: Four Horsemen
December 22, 2009
August 20, 2010
I got the 146cm and have a 144cm board. The bag fit everything from my board to boots/bindings to my pants and jacket. The padding was also a must for me in case it encounters future airline luggage handlers and I must say that I'm happy with the amount of cush it provides!
December 29, 2009
I just bought this bag for my first board and its great! I got the 156 bag for my 154 board. I can also fit my boots, pants, goggles, locks, ETC. The fabric on the outside seems extremely durable and the skateboard attachment is kind of cool. I use it to tote my longboard around when I travel and double it as wheels for the bag. I got a great deal on it and it comes with a great warranty.
February 26, 2010
this is was I can in my bag:
* Size 12 DC park boots between bindings.
* helmet, hat, goggles, gloves, and lots of diffrent bandans etc. + extras
* 2 snowboard jackets and 1 pair of pants.
* a pair of jeans, t-shirt and stuff to change to after I'v been on the mountain.
* And of course my 164 wide GNU board with bindings attached.
* And I still have room for a little extra...
I love it, cheapest bag I could find that would meet my requirements. light for everyday use, and padded for traveling