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That’s right, North Carolina.

From Alaska to Chile to North Carolina, the mountains are calling. Keep your gear safe when you answer the call with the DC Radar Wheeled Snowboard Bag. With over 6,500 cubic inches of storage space and full-length padding, the Radar has plenty of room and protection for your gear. Wherever your dream snowboard vacation is, get your gear there safely.

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DC is off the Radar

Love my new board bag, the skate wheels look sick and the thing is huge!
I got the multi colour effect and its so sharp looking!
The room inside is brilliant, it has a few pockets for holding the things you want to be super secure but to be honest with half the bag hard packed for structural strength, your gear will be soo safe anyway. I cant wait to pack all my gear in it, snow and apres snow clothing alike.

DC is off the Radar

Does it look like it would fit 2 boards?

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Does it look like it would fit 2 boards?

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yeah it'll fit two.

obviously though only one of those boards should have the bindings attached, then just slide the other board beneath it.

common sense though.

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With out a doubt, never worry. It will take your pow board, park board, boots and helmet i reckon.

The removal of bindings is a good shout though, they could sit in the bag too, but for space saving taking them off the respective board will help heaps. Heres my board in it, and it looks lost!

With out a doubt, never worry. It will take your pow board, park board, boots and helmet i reckon. <br/>  <br/> The removal of bindings is a good shout though, they could sit in the bag too, but for space saving taking them off the respective board will help heaps. Heres my board in it, and it looks lost!
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Does this board have enough room to fit...

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Does this board have enough room to fit boots and other gear in? (ie. jacket and pants) Also, is it airplane worthy?

will this bag fit a 159 board

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will this bag fit a 159 board

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When mine arrives I will let you know. Could be a week or so...

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unlikely. you might be able to make it fit if you try. 62" is about 157 cm.

just use 2.54 cm = 1"

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unlikely. you might be able to make it fit if you try. 62" is about 157 cm.

just use 2.54 cm = 1"

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Well my bag arrived the other day and I figured I could best show how big the thing is by this pic!!

It will fit a 159 for sure, and it would fit a couple of boards, an your helmet. I reckon I'll get my entire weeks worth of clothing in it for my next trip!

Note: I am 165cm, my board is 145cm

Well my bag arrived the other day and I figured I could best show how big the thing is by this pic!!  <br/>  <br/> It will fit a 159 for sure, and it would fit a couple of boards, an your helmet.  I reckon I'll get my entire weeks worth of clothing in it for my next trip!  <br/>  <br/> Note: I am 165cm, my board is 145cm