- January 5 2011
bought this for my boyfriend as a christmas present because of the space for two decks, pocket for a tuning kit, and the backpack straps (he admired the ones on my burton bag which is the main reason behind purchasing this one for him). overall, a great bag for the price.
- December 16 2010
Good Bag For Long Board
181 cm bag was purchased for 168 cm snowboard. And I can to say only one: if you have a long snowboard - you are a tall man! I recommend you to buy board bag with size which will be rather more than your board size. In this case you will can to put into your bag all your stuff: board with bindings, boots, helmet, knee-pads and other protective stuff, all your jackets and more! And in the airplane it will be only piece of luggage!
- February 5 2010
This bag fits everything you need on a day trip to the mountain, or an extended vacation out west. Easily fits my board (bindings attached), boots, gloves, helmet, and jacket. Great way to carry everything you need around.
- February 19 2011
Okay Bag - Would Rather Buy one with Padding
The bag is good for storing a board. A few dislikes are: -The bag doesn't open up all the way. You have to put the board in at an angle. I would prefer to put the board in straight. -No padding. Its not ideal for airplanes travel. Pay the extra $25 for a padded bag. -Not an easy way to carry the bag. The shoulder strap in too short and not adjustable. The few pros are: -Bag is durable. Strong and easy to wipe snow/water off. -Front pocket is spacious and has an inside zipper netted pocket. Large enough to store wrist pads, tools, wallet, phone, keys, etc.
- March 11 2010
Lack of Padding
When I spoke with the rep about this purchase, they said the bag had enough padding for air travel. When I got the back, though, I discovered that there is, in fact, NO padding to this bag. I'm gonna have to wrap my board is something before I put it in the bag and put it on the plane.