4.5 out of 5
January 04, 2013
The Dakine Tour Snowboard Bag is great. I bought it just before Christmas and now have my snowboard in the bag when I'm not using it, however, it's hard for me to keep my board in there, as I am breaking my board out often, itching to ride whenever and wherever. Though, when I'm not riding, I don't have to worry about my board because the bag is very nice. The bag, which is fully padded, contains a full length zipper for easily slipping your gear inside. It contains outer boot pockets, so you don't have to worry about fitting everything inside the main compartment. I have a 155cm board and ended up getting the 175cm bag because I plan on buying step-in bindings sometime soon and wasn't sure if the smaller lengths would acquire the bindings, though, I wasn't sure if the 175cm bag would do so either, but I'm thinking it will? Otherwise, I would have gotten a smaller size, which I still kind of wish I could, not necessarily the 155cm bag, but the 165cm bag. However, I suppose having some extra room for other things isn't anything to complain about. The outer boot pockets are also nice, I have size 12 DC boots, which tend to run a little small in the first place, but the pockets fit my boots just perfectly. Overall great bag!Pros: Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
October 23, 2012
Got it in the mail a couple days ago. So far am pleased with purchase. Looks good and boot pockets are bigger than expected. Can almost fit both snowboard boots in one pocket.Pros: Great design, Ease of use
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