Stash your deck in the radar.
When peeps see you roll your DC Radar BK Board Bag into the lobby, they know a baller just checked in. This wheelie board bag carries boards up to 165cm in length and has storage pockets for all your accessories. DC added interior straps for stability en route to the hill and made sure the Radar’s fabric and wheels can hold up against the abuse of travel.
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It's a great bag with plenty of room for the board, bindings and even the boots. Zipper is strong too and the padding is quite good. An excelllent bag at an excellent price.
My 153 fits perfectly with the bindings attached. I have plenty of room left over for my pants, pads and other misc items.
Great bag. My board (153) fits perfectly with bindings attached.
I also have room for my pants, pads, and other misc items.
good bag. great to just keep your gear in at home and when you drive to the mountain. really handy for transporting your board anywhere. there's definitely more padded board bags out there, but if you don't ride for a cheque this bag will do the job just fine.
anyone know if this bag has any issues...
anyone know if this bag has any issues meeting the luggage size restrictions for most airlines
Its all determined by the individual airlines. As to what they will charge or the maximum dimensions they will allow, your best bet would be to check the airline you travel most with oversized luggage and see what their guidelines are.
does this bag have any internal structure...
does this bag have any internal structure to it (similar to the dakine low rider), or is it just a floppy bag with wheels?
yes, a couple internal straps, but plenty of room for a board with bindings, boots, and even some gear. it is lightly padded so it's better than a space bag. Seems to have more room than you would think, great value when purchased on sale.
Anyone know if this bag will fit a board...
Anyone know if this bag will fit a board with flow bindings attached?
Yeah should not be a problem...all you gotta do is fold the bindings forward. I know Flows can be big but theyll fit.
What is the true internal size of this...
What is the true internal size of this bag.
Dogfunk says "Dimensions: Fits one board up to 165cm"
But on many other sites I see 62" l x 14" w x 7.5" h
62" = 157.5 cm.
Which size is the right one?
I took out the tape and these are the dims I got: 65"L x 14.5"W x 4.75"H. I put a 164.5 deck, a 161.5 w/ bindings, my boots and my pants and jacket and it all fit fine.
Awesome Bag, fits my Gnu 156 Wide board no problem with all my gear like jacket, pants and also my boots which was a big plus for me. Straps inside keep everything in place when on the move and wheels make transporting an easy task.
The only downside for me was it doesnt have backpack straps for easy carrying but other than that its amazing.
Good bag but wrong specs
This is a good bag... it has room for one board, boots and bindings. If you are good at tetris you can fit your clothes in there as well. Be warned this bag does not have a shoulder strap nor does it have an external pocket.
Just recived the bag, for the money (sale price) a good value. But the specs on the site is off, you list shoulder strap,interior and exterior gear pockets. Well there is one inside, but none on the outside. The DC site also list the bag having a sleeve for bindless board and a mesh divider, not there either.
But like I said for the money it is a good bag,just need to change the specs for what the bag really is.
KICK ASS BAG
THIS IS A GREAT BAG FOR TRAVEL IS GOT ABOUT A HALF INCH OF PADDING AND STRAPS INSIDE TO KEEP EVERYTHING IN PLACE THE WHEELS HELP IN THE AIRPORT I HAVE A WIDE PARK PICKLE THAT FITS LIKE A GLOVE IT GOT ROOM FOR BOOTS AND BINDINGS
anyone got anymore reviews for this bag?...
anyone got anymore reviews for this bag? I need to buy a bag soon for a trip to SLC in march and I'd like to grab this one if i can see what more people are sayin. I'm looking for the durability response like the one review on here, but also Curious about the thickness of the material and padding
Is thi sbag suitable for cross country...
Is thi sbag suitable for cross country airline travel? is it padded for protection some review i read are yes and some say no so what is the truth? Padded for protection on the airplanes?
Bag is padded for travel, it made it fine from ATL to Jackson Hole,WY.
Does this bag have straps for skis...
Does this bag have straps for skis aswell?
just to confirm, will this also hold...
just to confirm, will this also hold boots?
My ma got this bag for me last Christmas. So far it's handled the abuse of 4 plane rides w/o any signs of wear to the outside. The bag's big enough to fit all of your gear in for a long weekend of shreding. You could probably fit another board in there w/o bindings but i haven't tried it yet. If you want a bag that can hold all of your gear and stand up to the abuse of airport baggage handlers than this is the one.
will this bag fit a wide board
will this bag fit a wide board
I've got a 159 Nitro revolt and it fits like a glove