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So I have this bag in In a 175cm but have used it to transport boards ranging from 156 to 170 with no problem. You will have a little room in the front(non wheeled side) like you said your old bags would. but if you have boots in the pockets and some gear in there to fill the void, the bag will wheel just fine. Personally, packing all my riding gear into the bag makes sure its all with me and I don't forget my gloves in my other pack. And like I said, fills the space. When packing a car its best to have your gear all protected in that sense as well. Its an awesome bag!!

Jean, Travis is right.
Its fairly easy to piece together the kit. Especially now that there are other binding options out there.
If you're going to be using regular snowboard bindings mounted to slider plates, You'll need the Puck kit, dual heel risers and touring brackets. And climbing skins.
This time of year they can be hard to find all in one retailer.
You can upgrade to the karakoram binding system which comes with all their parts.
Regardless, splitboarding opens up doors for you. Have fun!!

Hey Susan,
I'd advice against it. Mostly because this is a winter sport pack, the backpanel and shoulder straps are not breathable and you'll over heat. The pockets also are fairly sport specific. The summer line up of Dakine packs may be more what you're looking for. They do have some awesome patterns!! Personally I'm a fan of the osprey day packs, amazing breathability on the backpanels. Hope that helps!!

I'm about your same build and my favorite boards are between 160 and 170. They have more stability and float. For a 13 you for sure want a wide!! You can avoid some drag by "ducking" out your stance past 20 degrees. The Never Summer wide boards are hands down the best boards out there for all round freeride. Hope that helps!! Keep shredding