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Start your endless winter now.

Pack two boards (bindings removed) into your Burton Gig Bag, strap your skateboard on the bottom to convert your Gig into a rolling bag, and roll it into the airport terminal. Remove your skateboard, and hand over your Gig Bag to the baggage handlers. Don’t stress; this bag’s well-padded. When no one’s looking, hop on your deck, and coast to your gate—your board bag will meet you at your wintry destination.
  • The Gig Bag holds two snowboards (with bindings removed), or one board with bindings and accessories such as hats, layers, and goggles
  • Skate straps on the Gig let you convert this shoulder bag to a rolling bag
  • A tuning pocket holds your tools and wax
  • The zipper pulls fit TSA-approved locks (not included)

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5 5

Nice bag

nice bag. Large enough to fit all the necessary stuff, but not too large. I have 176cm ;)

5 5

Great Bag!

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!

5 5

perfect

I have a 146cm burton board & the 146 bag had plenty of extra room for my boots, helmet, googles, pants, jacket, etc. -- no need to size up.

I ride a 152. Would a 156 bag fit all of...

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I ride a 152. Would a 156 bag fit all of my gear (including boots, jacket, bindings, etc) or should I get the 166 bag? I wasn't sure if the 166 bag would be too big.

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Not in this bag because space is pretty limited. If you get something with a little more headroom then that would be fine. But, if you want this bag, I would go with the 166.

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I have a 170 2-board bag with a 151 board. I can pack everything in it for a long weekend on the mountain (including bindings, boots, helmets, goggles, pants, jacket, and all other clothing). If you want to pack lots, get a bag that advertises that it can hold two boards.

Hi, I ride a 148cm board. Would a 156cm...

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Hi, I ride a 148cm board. Would a 156cm bag be big enough for board with bindings attached, clothes and boots?

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Yes, there is more than enough room for all of that.

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It depends on how much gear you tote around with you but you should be good.

5 5

Convertible Roller

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.

5 5

Convertible Roller

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.

4 5

good bag

I ride a 139 (yes i am short) and got a 146 bag. It just barely fits my boots, bindings, helmet and goggles. There is some room for me to squeeze in some under armor but who cares. My board is finally encased in some nice padding and will survive a trip across country.

5 5

Burton Gig bag True black

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

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Jakob, what size was the bag that you got? Can it fit in a small sized locker if folded up? Thanks for the info.

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Will this fit a board with bindings, ski...

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Will this fit a board with bindings, ski and boots for both?

Ok, first off, does this bag have enough...

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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.

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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.

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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.

3 5

This bag is good to go

I upgraded to this bag after having the Burton Space Sack last season. That thing shredded up pretty bad every time I put it on a plane. This one is padded. Key things I miss on this bag - backpack straps & extra pocket on outside as another storage. You also lose the space on the inside because of the padding / insulation. After several plane trips this season, only one small rip at the end.

5 5

Can't go wrong with this bag!!!!

It is great!!!! Good padding, zippers, and nice sized pocket on front. Don't be affraid to get it long though. You will find it very easy to fill up any of what you thought would be extra space.

5 5

get it

this is a great bag. i ride a 145 board and got the 156 bag, so i thought i'd have plenty of room to fit lots of gear. not much room for much other than my board with bindings on, boots & helmet. which i guess is all you need but still i would have liked to stuff my jacket and all that in. either way, get it - carnation print rocks.

5 5

Burton Gig Bag

great all around bag! it's well padded and has enough room to fit my boots and gear snuggly. have not traveled by air with it yet, but i'm certain it'll do its job protecting my boards. my only con is it has place to strap on a skateboard on the bottom of the bag to double as a wheelie, but i don't skate. perhaps it could be better as a strap so you can carry it like a backpack instead.

5 5

Pretty sweet!

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.

will this hold a wide board??

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will this hold a wide board??

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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!

5 5

So money and it doesn't even know it!

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"