Burton Wheelie Gig Bag - 2007
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December 28, 2007
This bag does not have the stretch sides and holds a little less than what I hoped it would. I thought that it would have outside zippers for being able to access your boots without opening the bag itself. I also wish they would have put the support strips on the bag of the bag so your boards don't have to add all the support. I bought the Dakine Low Roller bag for my girlfriend and when I saw it I thought about sending my Burton Bag back. I would give it a 7-10. I do know that it was built to take a beating as do all my Burton bags I have owned over the lat 10 plus years!!!
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January 14, 2008
I just spent 8 days in Japan with this bag; it held board and bindings, boots, jacket, 2 x riding pants, goggles, gloves etc, and my clothes for the week. Which meant all I needed was a day pack for the flight. It seems durable enough, came through the baggage handling gauntlet unscathed, the wheels make life easy trekking through airport and train terminals, and the colour scheme makes it simple to track it's movements on the carousel. It met all of my expectations.
December 18, 2007
Great bag, you would think the bag would be made out of flimsy stuff that rips easily, but the inside is lined in tarp that is really durable... there's even a little pocket to shove your gloves in... Two boards and one binding set up can fit in here too... Graphics are great! And the wheels really help in the airport.