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It's designed to hold one board with bindings and one without. You should be able to fit it all in if you take the bindings off one of the boards, and stack them on the board that still has the bindings attached. Padded is definitely better and more protective of your boards, but generally a higher price tag too.

According to the specs, this bag could hold one board with bindings, as well as another board without bindings. So, you may need to take the bindings off one of the boards but it should be able to fit everything. You could also order the bag plenty large (like say your boards are 154s, go with the 166), and the larger bag would probably be able to fit both with bindings. At least, that has been my experience with these types of bags.

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I bought this shirt a few months ago on sale (Flame Heather color) and I've really come to like it more and more. It's very comfortable to run in, or even just lounge around the house in. It's also very flattering, the only reason I don't wear it around town is that it is pretty see-through. You can sort of see this in the pictures online, but when you wear it with a dark sports bra, it becomes much more obvious. I usually wear a women's medium, but sized up to a large given this shirt's function and I think I made the right call. Medium would probably have worked just as well, though.

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