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Time to throw it down on the hill.

Instead of hoping the conditions work in your favor and painfully deciding to bring just one board, bring both your jib and powder board with you when you pack your Burton Gig Bag. This fully padded snowboard bag holds your boards and has a tuning pocket where you can store your tuning gear and wax.
  • Skate conversion straps morph your normal bag into a wheelie bag with the help of your skateboard
  • Fully padded to help ensure your boards make it with you in one piece
  • Lockable, contoured zipper pulls fit TSA-approved locks
  • Double-cush, removable shoulder strap for easy and comfortable carry of your bag to and fro

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i have a 152 and a 154 that i`m taking to...

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i have a 152 and a 154 that i`m taking to new zealand will the 156 this fit both decks

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Yes but only if you get the 156. Have fun in New Zealand im jealous!!!!

5 5

Burton Gig Bag

I had to have a padded bag to fly with my board. This one on sale was only $75, and they recommended size 156 for a 149 ladies board. It fits exactly as it should, with room for my boots. I could fit another deck if I wanted to. The bag also has a roomy external pocket. The shoulder strap is padded.

It is lined with a sort of metallic material, and it seems very durable and sturdy. I have not yet flown with it, but the seams look strong and the padding seems ample.

I am glad I chose this bag.

5 5

Great Bag

I flew to Salt Lake City from New york with this bag for a week. I have a 152 skatebanana and I got this bag in 166. I was able to fit everything I needed for the week in this bag. the only other bag i flew with was a little carry on with some snacks. this bag has good padding and a comfotable strap. If you don't mind carrying your stuff on your shoulder (no wheels on the bag..) this bag is a great choice.

4 5

worth it

surprisingly big. you can fit alot of stuff in there. i put a snowboard, boots, and all my clothes for a weeklong trip. clothes go under the board for protection, then on the tail and nose. boots go in the middle between the bindings. Outside pocket is nice for little, unbreakable items. for the money, its recommended. For a little more $, you can get the wheelie gig bag which makes travel a little easier.

5 5

dot com gig bag

I don't snow board - so the "chat" was VERY helpful as I selected a board bag. I kinda knew a little bit - size, padded, no wheels -- the chat person was great. I think I have only written one other review in my life of on line shopping...I got the help I needed. I'll let you know when I get the item.

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tore after 1 flight

I just bought this bag and flew to park city .. by time i got to my room the threading had become undone and the inside cotton was exposed. Fortunately Dogfunk has a cool return policy so I'm sending it back.. but I would NOT get this bag.. it is NOT durable.

5 5

Pretty Tough

My sister uses the board bag to lug her snowboard around. It is an excellent choice for anyone who travels with their board, doesn't exactly have insulation, but if you put a towel in there, the board will be fine.Really tough board sack.

Hey i have a 156w, will this fit ok in a...

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Hey i have a 156w, will this fit ok in a 156 gig bag with bindings and boots? as i've heard that the extra room if not needed can be annoying when traveling, plus you dont have any bigger in stock...

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Yes you should be good to go. You will also have room for all your extra gear.

Think I could use this for two boards with...

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Think I could use this for two boards with bindings? I have a 152 and a 151. I was thinking the 156 would be good. Any ideas?

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You will easily fit both boards and bindings in,provided that you remove the bindings for traveling.

I want to buy a snowboard bag for a friend...

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I want to buy a snowboard bag for a friend that just purchased a Burton Indie 161. What kind of bag do I need to look for?

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if your friend does most of the travels by car - you can go for any brand, but do try and get one that is at least 163 cm long - your friend will thank you for that. If flying is the most used form of travel, look for a wheeled bag. It makes life a lot easier getting around between lotsa people and terminals if you have a wheeled bag.

my girlfriend has a 146cm board. will the...

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my girlfriend has a 146cm board. will the burton gig bag size 146 be able to fit her bindings and boots as well?

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Yes you will have no problem fitting boots, bindings and some gear. This is a great bag

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Yup, no problemo... the 146 bag will fit up to about a 148-150 but be snug.

So I'm getting a 145cm board but i want...

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So I'm getting a 145cm board but i want to be able to carry my boots and other stuff in there as well. i feel like the 146 bag is too small but the 156 might be too big. thoughts? thanks!

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The 146 bag will fit you board, boots and bindings for sure. If you want to carry all your product as in outerwear, then upgrade to the 156

4 5


Bought this bag for the wife, she loves it. The paddings are just about right, but I personally think that the front pockets could be a little more roomier for smaller equipments.

5 5


158 snowboard fits into 166 with my boots, helmet and some other stuff.
and it is padded, so no matter what happens your stuff is safe.

Hey, I've got a 149 board, what size board...

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Hey, I've got a 149 board, what size board bag should I get? Is a 156 too big?

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The 156 is kind of big but you can't have enough room. I think it will be fine. Run the bag.

I've got a ride kink (156cm) and was...

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I've got a ride kink (156cm) and was wondering if this bag is decent to take on a plane (Adequately padded)? It's going from Lake Tahoe back to Australia so I don't want it to get damaged on the long trip home :/

I have a 155 Ride Machete. Would it be...

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I have a 155 Ride Machete. Would it be better to go with the 166, or is it safe to get the 156? It has to fit boots (8.5) and bindings, as well.

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The 156 will be all good, don't even worry about it. This will fit all your gear no problem.

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always get size larger than is your board.. i ride 158 and have the 166..the extra space is worth it

My board is 151 cm with flow bindings. ...

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My board is 151 cm with flow bindings. Will I be able to fit my size 10 boots, helmet, goggles and whatever else in a 156 or 166? Also, is the bag significantly bigger or bulkier than the nonpadded burton sack? Thanks

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The 156 will be plenty big if you have a 151... a 166 will give you a floppy noodle, not so cool! ...there will still be room for all your extras, no problem.

And, yes, this is significantly larger than the space sack!

5 5

love the design and functionality

i recently bought this bag for my upcoming trip to colorado. after reading many reviews and checking the bag out at a store, i decided that this is the best option. i have a 146cm board, but i purchased the 156cm bag. the additional 10cm will allow me to stuff some of my clothes in with the board, boots, helmet, jacket and pants. it is really roomy and looks great and seems to be very durable. burton has once again done a great job with boarding gear. i got the lipstick design gig bag and i cant wait to show it off!

what size do I order in a gig bag for a...

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what size do I order in a gig bag for a 164cm snowboard?

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Order a 166cm board bag, this will fit your board and other valuable snowboard products.

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