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February 8, 2006
I bought the 180cm. bag. This is very long, like for skis, but is also just the right length for a snowboard with boots at the bottom. If you overlap the boots and board, a shorter bag would be better. The bag's bottom stiffeners are too short, allowing the bag to bend at the end of the snowboard. This allows the bag to drag if you are trying to roll it. I basically had to carry it everywhere, from airport baggage claim to rental car.
Domestic airlines only allow 50lb max weight. You can easily go over the weight limit if you're not careful. It's a big bag!
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November 10, 2005
The low roller isn't the most well finished bag that I've ever used, but it keeps my board and gear PROTECTED from the regular abuse that comes with red-eyed flights and cramped road trips. Even if it lasts for only a couple of seasons, it's worth not having to pay for your buddy's ripped car seat or finding some new base damage at the end of a schlep.
- Nylon, polyester
- [155 cm] 12” x 6” x 62”, [165 cm] 12” x 6” x 69”, [180 cm] 12” x 6” x 73”
- [155 cm] 4464 cu in, [165 cm] 4968 cu in, [180 cm] 5256 cu in
- Backpack Straps:
- 7.4 lbs
- Recommended Use:
- Snowboard travel