Carry enough gear to get you from Whistler to Portillo.
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Rome Cache Board Bag
Had a friend that travelled with a dakine low roller and hands down the low roller was a far more superior product.
- Comes with boot bag for better itemization
- Solid built and durable
- Zippers are dependent on straps (zippers split when i forgot to use the straps at check-in)
- Does not stand up-right, tends to roll under you if you dont wedge your foot to stop it from moving which is kind of annoying when in congested trains/transport.
- Bag is approx 5kg itself, baggage allowance of 20kg - 25kg makes it difficult to pack what you need on long trips.
Massive Pockets and Great Protection
With travel on airlines now always a hassle, this bag is a welcomed addition to protecting my boards and all my gear. When heading out, this bag can store the majority of my gear. The bottom is deep and plastic cover that keeps my other boards from moving and the high sides also protect my bindings. The bag looks cool and is distinctive when picking it up. The rollers work really well and provide excellent stability. The 2 top pockets work out very well in cramming all the necessary accessories so you can make sure you bag weighs exactly 50 lbs.
Will this board hold 2 160 boards with...
Will this board hold 2 160 boards with bindings?
If you are meaning two boards with bindings attached to both of them, no they will not fit. There will in fact fit with enough room to fit one board with bindings attached and the second board will fit underneath with plenty of room with the bindings detached.