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Chris has good points, board should be somewhere between chin and nose... starting out, I'd suggest keeping it a bit closer to the chin. As your boy gets bigger, weight is sometimes a better way to buy, but also consider desired style of ride... but for now, stick with height of the chin (or maybe a little extra so the little guy can grow into it and you don't have to buy him another board next year to save yourself some $$$).

4 5

This is a great pack! Holds all your equipment and carries your board. Fits super comfy as well!!! Really adjustable to get the right fit for yourself... I may be having an opportunity to check out the Ogio camera pack soon... I'll update the comparison if I get the chance


3 5

This bag is great in terms of carrying your camera equipment... but then you also have a board and all your other gear. There is no board carry, for a snowboarding pack, this alone takes points away. Who designs a bag with no board carry when you've already got so much to take care of with your camera gear. So camera gear alone, sick, plenty of space... but when it comes to overall functionality...bummer


2 5

I used to play soccer and as a result have some huge calves...these boots don't work so well if you've got some muscle on your legs. The result...really uncomfortable to even walk in... Velcro on liner was difficult to keep in tact...


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