156 AT LEAST.
Get more room for your boots and stuff.
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You can probably stuff your separate bag into the spack sack.
I can do it and I ride a 156 board. 1 boot behind the bindings, 1 boot between bindings, small backpack(helmet, gloves, tools, etc.) front of bindings.
I bought the 166cm version to use with my 156 board with Burton custom binding (Medium). It fit inside the bag without hassel and still have room to toss in my size 10 boots and helmet(if your boots don't smell).
The bag has no side pocket but I keep all the little things like gloves, tools, lock, etc. etc. in my backpack anyway.
I took it to the mountain last week and putting everything back at the end of the day was still easy enough to not elicit any four letter words or chapped finger tips.
Looks well made, great product for the (dogfunk) price. Get it!