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Get your gear there in safety and style.

Toss your board in the DAKINE Freestyle Snowboard Bag, toss the bag in a plane, and toss yourself off a booter in another country. The Freestyle protects your gear for thousands of miles while you enjoy delicious airline snacks and shop for valuable items in FlySky magazine, the world’s number one in-flight time-gobbler.
  • Tarp-lined bottom prevents a wet board from soaking through the bag
  • Accessory pocket stashes your goggles, gloves, hats, etc.
  • Full-length zipper allows easy access to your deck
  • Removable shoulder strap eases the strain of a heavy load

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5 5

Ok for traveling

So I bought a 157cm bag for my 156.5 forum board, at first I was worried that the bag would be too small for my board. But to my surprise it fit just fine. The bag doesn't have very much padding for traveling but I did buy it to travel with since I do chase snow, one of the cool things about the bag is that it has extra room. There is plenty of room for your jackets, pants and boots. I solved the padding problem by wrapping my snowboard in my jackets. It helped free up space in my luggage to carry other things I didn't want to leave behind... the bag serves a great purpose and to me that was to help the snow bum travel at a reasonable price...

5 5

Dakine Snowboard Bag

I love the bad! Great investment I was able to fit my 146 K2 board inside with the bindings on and my boots. I still even have extra space to put my gloves, beanie, and a few hand warmers. The cushion on it is great too, great for travel and storage.

5 5

Awesome Bag!

I bought the Northwest last year for my older son and he loves this bag! His board is a 155 and I bought the 157 bag. It fits his helmet, extra gloves, jacket plus an extra,..literally ALL the gear you need for a full day of riding. He LOVES the boot pockets and has plenty of room. His boots are a size 10. My son says the boot pocket is the best feature of this bag. This year I bought the Spectrum for my younger son and he also loves this bag - much better than the Burton bag he had been using. Both guys like the graphics on the bag, the bag is constructed well and built for durability. We would recommend this bag and would purchase it again. Bag for the price is exceptional.

Hey guy's I was wondering..How is the...

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Hey guy's I was wondering..How is the padding on this bag? I would only use this board for trips requiring me to fly. Would my board be safe on a plane in this bag? Thanks in advance for any feedback.

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I have used this bag on many trips without any issues at all. It is also is fairly easy to get to and from the airport and the car.

The bag is less than a year old and has a...

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The bag is less than a year old and has a small slice of the outer material of the bag is this considered a warranty issue?

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if it is a material defect then Dakine will probably take care of it. if it is a slice from an outside influence probably not. check with your local Dakine dealer or see if you can contact dogfunk with some pictures.

5 5

Great bag.

This thing gets the job done! It's built well, will take a beating, and has plenty of extra room for boots(mens size 11), goggles, and clothing.

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Could I ask you a question?If I put my 151 boardin it,and boot(7.5) ,clothes.How long should I buy?(I am a chinese boy,so I am not speaking English well...)

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You can go with the 157 or 165. The bigger one you will just have even more extra room. I have the 165 and I put boards from 149 to 165 in it without a problem.

can i fit a 159cm board in a 157cm bag,...

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can i fit a 159cm board in a 157cm bag, with boots and all?
i would go for a bigger bag but the only ones available all 157cm.
please help, i can't find any bags that are bigger on dogfunk

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Hey Chris,

No. The board and bindings would probably fit fine but no extra room. Bags are always larger than the cm size given. A 160-65 bag is what you should be looking for.

i have a 152 cm skate banana, if i order...

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i have a 152 cm skate banana, if i order the 157 bag wuld it be a good fit, give details, how much wiggle?, wuld i be able to fit boots and bindings and board in it?, and any concerns i shuld kno about.

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Sorry that no one answered earlier, but yes this would be a good fit. You are in the right size range. Not to big so that it slides around, and not too small where you cant fit anything but the board in there. That would be a good size and you would be able to fit the boots, board, bindings, and more into it

3 5

DAKINE Freestyle Snowboard Bag.

Adequate for the task. A little light on padding for airline work and a little small in size for helmet AND boots. Otherwise the construction is good and the material resists stains pretty well.

4 5

It worked Great!

I took advise from some of the reviews and opted to get the bigger sized bag for my 145 board so that I could pack it to fly. I lined the bottom with a large towel for extra padding, and was able to still get the board, bindings, boots, snowboard jacket & pants, goggles, beanies, extra pair of shoes, gloves, all in there. I was very happy and amazed to get everything in there! I plan on using this thing again. Great deal!

5 5

Puts Burton to shame

Ever since I lived in Burlington a few years back and witnessed Vermont's obsession with their cheese and cheesy board company, Burton, I have never looked back from not owning anything Burton.

The Dakine gig bag knocks and the stink off a skunk and snuggles my meaty little 162 Arbor like a zesty gas station burrito; cheap, fun, and does the trick!

Really, this product has so much style that, in a pinch, you could wrap your anorexic model-type girlfriend in it and hit the club; she'd look so good flying the new style you just might get a 'lil' after all!

Dakine makes serious goods for serious snow-riders! Buy the friggin bad, and RIDE!

I have 152 cm board, what size bag do i...

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I have 152 cm board, what size bag do i need?

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Hey,

Given what is available, go 157cm.

4 5

A little small

I'm quite a fan of Dakine's bags and accessories, but every once in a while they drop the ball. This is my 2nd snowboard bag from them and it sized terrible. it says 165cm but BARELY fit my 161 Lib inside lengthwise. Having size large bindings was even tighter to fit inside but doable. so if your board is larger than 161 go bigger. Being that everything still fits snug inside I will admit I'm not disappointed. just be wary and size up.

Most importantly to me (beside the padding...

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Most importantly to me (beside the padding quesiton) is, can i put my snowboard in this bag with my bindings on? Also does it have enough space so i can also put my boots and extra clothing in there.

I have a cheap non padded bag, but man, it holds everything in there. So i would like to know if this bag does the same.
Thanks!!

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It holds my daughters 157cm board with bindings and her womens size 10 Roxie boots.

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I would go up to the Tour bag. My bindings barely fit with the highbacks folded down, its doable but tight. Boots I don't think so but cloths yes

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I would go up to the Tour bag. My bindings barely fit with the highbacks folded down, its doable but tight. Boots I don't think so but cloths yes

3 5

Not For Tall Highbacks

Small and tight. I had to switch out with my wife's bag because my highbacks wouldn't fit into this bag. Good for smaller boards

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I never complain about anything that is SMALL and TIGHT!

Is this bag padded and good for air...

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Is this bag padded and good for air travel?

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For air travel, if you mean protective enough, yes, a friend of mine has one and didn't have any issue with his board

4 5

Runs small!

I have it in Bomber color (green/white almost like camo.. but not that ugly) Super inexpensive bag... got mine for 35bones at a local shop ( <3 The BoardRoom ) It's not really padded for traveling on planes, so wrap a couple of towels around it. It also runs a little small, i have a 155 board, fits perfect in the 157 bag, go even bigger if u want extra room. Other than that its jelly, would buy again.

5 5

Perfect for my 152 board

This bag is really robust and tough! It has a smart room between the bindings, fine to leave your gloves and goggles in on the run.

Top notch from Dakine, again!

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This bad is awesome. I can take it anywhere and its really durable.

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What size bag did you get for your board? I have a 152 too- I want room for my boots and all my gear.