4.7 out of 5
good snowboard bag
February 19, 2012
The snowboard bag fits my 154 Burton Custom with some room to spare. There are two large pockets that can fit your boots as well. The bag itself is padded enough though it could be a bit thicker. Overall happy with my purchasePros: Great design, Build quality
Just What I Was Looking For
November 14, 2011
At this price, how could you go wrong? This bag is a great size. Fits my 156cm board and 11" boots with plenty of room to stuff a helmet, jacket and pants in there. Not a ton of padding, but enough to give your board that extra cousin.Pros: Great design, Great value, cost, Cons: a bit more padding would be nice.
February 08, 2011
This is my first board bag and it's a high quality bag. The padding is good, although not too padded. I love how it has boot compartments. I just wish the bag had more pockets to store other little things. Otherwise, the bag is well worth the money.
January 03, 2011
This bag is awesome - looks great, has TONS of room. The boot compartments are especially awesome. This bag has enough room for the board, the boots and 4 or 5 days worth of clothing.... helmet isn't gonna fit though -- you'll have to carry that onto the plane. Very pleased with this purchase.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Great value
August 25, 2011
the 157 bag fits my 155 board perfectly. I love the pockets that fit my size 10 boots. Great build and great padding. Haven't traveled with it yet, but excited to, so we'll see how it holds up on the plane. With boots bindings and board will fit the rest of my snow gear snuggly.Pros: Build quality, Great value
Dakine Tour Snowboard Bag
January 31, 2011
I feel this is one of the best bags for the price. You can go with a roller bag, but they are almost twice the price of this bag. The smaller bags only have a small pocket and are a hassle to get your boots into. This bag has two nice size boot pockets that are water proof and separate from the main board pocket. It has just enough padding to feel confident about the ground crew not killing your board and the extra wide carry strap makes it easy to carry over a shoulder.
September 23, 2011
I got a 157cm bag for my 149cm board - It can fit my board with bindings, along with helmet (stuffed with goggles and gloves), knee pads, snowboarding jacket&pants, and a drawstring backpack with lots of room to spare. My size 6.5 boots are able to fit into just one boot compartment (barely), so I can probably pad up the other boot compartment or something, since the bag itself doesn't seem very padded (or enough to the point where I would trust it to the airlines to handle -- minus 1 point in Durability rating). One thing I really didn't like was the placement of the shoulder strap. It would've been nicer if each end were placed further away from the center - in other words I think it's awkward the way the strap is placed because you're forced to carry the bag parallel to the ground, and it'll become cumbersome trying to navigate through people when walking around. I personally prefer carrying the bag across my shoulders, but the padded area on the strap isn't movable... Minus one point in the Quality rating. The rest of the bag is quite durable, however! I suppose you can't have everything you want in a low-end padded bag, so I guess this will suffice for an average poor college student. :)Pros: Build quality, Great value, Cons: Bad design
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