DAKINE Low Roller Snowboard Bag
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yes if you put it between the bindings.
By: Tim Bohlken
February 26, 2013
September 28, 2012
I got this for myself for my birthday and it was a great present!! Seriously so thoughtful of me because this bag is crazy good! I love the extra room and boot pocket because who travels with just their board? No one that's who! Overall great bag, couldn't be happier!
you will have some extra in the bag for sure but you can always stuff your pants or jacket to take up some room and give extra padding.
By: Tim Bohlken
February 11, 2013
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December 17, 2012
Overall it's a good bag just like any other bag, I've only used it on one trip, so I'm not sure how long the wheels, zipper and other parts will last.
It seems that it's not wide enough, my bindings are stretching the zipper and I have to force it in order for it to close properly.
It'll save you a few bucks and headaches when traveling since you're able to fit lots of gear in it: boots, pants, jackets, etc. (but most of the other bags do this as well) A roller bag is a must when traveling.
I need to fit 2 boards, boots & bindings etc - big enough?
October 16, 2012
you will need to take off the bindings of at least one board to get everything to fit.
By: Tim Bohlken
December 27, 2012
yes you can
By: Alec Williams
November 9, 2012
January 28, 2010
We took this bag on a trip to Lake Tahoe, Nevada. We absolutely loved it. We were able to get three snowboards in it by taking off two sets of bindings. We stored the two sets of bindings in the two outer pockets. Also able to stow some extra gear, i.e. gloves, pants, hats, etc. The bag rolled nicely through the airport. We would highly recommend this bag to anyone traveling by plane.
I'm looking for the 175, what size is the "one size" bag, it doesn't specify how large the bag is. Thank you
By: Corey Myers
December 16, 2011
There is a 175cm...?
By: Ethan Rapp
January 17, 2012
I have a 157 board, and will be travelling shortly with all my gear in it (boots, bindings, pants, jacket, gloves, tools etc).
Would it be better to get the 165cm bag or stick with the 157cm?
December 10, 2011
go with a 165 i have a 157 board and it works like a charm
February 19, 2012
March 23, 2010
Great bag to get your snowboard where it needs to go. The wheels are legit and the boot pockets are a nice added bonus. Also, their's plenty of room for jackets, pants, socks etc.. On the down side I expected their to be more padding on the bag, but i feel as if what was provided was the industry standard. Since their is so much extra room you could prob throw in some clothes for extra. After my first trip i'm extremely happy with the bag. My buddy that came on the trip with me purchased a similar bag from Burton and admittedly told me that he was jealous of mine.
It does not come with a shoulder strap.
By: Eric Plath
November 26, 2011
April 2, 2010
I got a 157 bag for my 154 board and fit fine, it was not too tight or anything. The pockets for my boots were pretty good, I had to push one in a bit more but it fit eventually. I haven't used it when flying yet but from rolling it around the apartment, it seemed to accomplish what is was made to do, which is hassle free transportation of your most precious snowboard. The wheels also feel pretty durable so I am not too worried about wear and tear.
i have a 158 board. would the 165 bag be a little big?
May 7, 2011
165 should be perfect, especially if you're going to store other gear inside the bag along with the board.
By: Josh Chapman
May 9, 2011
March 3, 2010
I think this is a really good bag for the most part. I was alittle disapointed though when I couldnt fit my size 11 boots in the boot compartment. Besides that its a huge bag and will fit all your gear and then some. also loved the shoulder strap which makes it easy to carry.
If i have a 156 board will the 157 bag work or do I need to go up a size?
January 5, 2011
it will do the job
By: Omri Shafran
January 19, 2011
November 1, 2011
I just ordered this bag last week and I already received it. I have a 155 board and it fits in the 157 bag with room to spare. I can also fit my size 11 boots, googles, pants, gloves and some spare clothes and I'm still under 50lbs. Very lightweight durable bag. I would recommend this to anyone looking for a sick all around travel bag.
yes. but you will need to remove the bindings on one of the boards.
By: Tim Bohlken
October 31, 2011
February 16, 2012
I have had this bag for a couple years now, and it has been on quite a few planes and it still looks great. The fabric stands up really well to standard wear & tear that comes with traveling. The wheels make it so much easier to travel with compared to the bag I had before.
I bought this bag for a winter season that i spent in New Zealand. I was there for 6 months & this held everything I needed for snowboarding; board, boots, helmet, all my base layers, multiple sets of outerwear, and there was still room to shove other things in. I bought a 157, which works perfectly for my 143 board & all my gear. I wear size 6.5 boots and have put both boots in one boot pocket, using the other pocket for things I wanted to keep separate.
I have also used this bag for shorter trips, and there is so much room that for a week or weekend trip I can put everything I need in this bag, rather then taking this & a suitcase. (i'm a girl, so i think this is pretty impressive as i tend to over pack)
My roommate has borrowed my bag for a couple ski trips & she can fit 2 pairs of skis plus all her gear in the bag. (she just got her own bag b/c she loved mine)
I am so happy with this bag that I plan to buy the dakine split roller for future travels, to replace my broken suitcase. Another great thing about this bag is my grey & purple plaid snowboard bag stands out from all the black snowboard bags that are in the oversized baggage area.
probably not bro, sorry
yes, thats what the two top pockets are intended for, but you can throw your coat in one and pants in the other, or whatever you want. its your bag!
Ive heard a few people say their boots dont fit, I wear a size 11 US and was wondering if those would fit
May 11, 2010
I've got size 11 Kaiju's and they fit fine... you just tilt em a little diagonal and it has a little extra room for you to stuff in some gloves or whatever other little stuff you bring along.
February 28, 2012
or you could just return it to dogfunk, they have the unlimited lifetime return thing!
I'm doubtful about any boots not fitting. If by chance they were too big (again, doubtful) for the exterior boot pockets, there wouldn't be any factor preventing you from storing them flat and side-by-side inbetween the bindings.
May 12, 2010