Reviewed by Mr. Tee from wintergreen , VA on Wednesday, March 9, 2011
This bag holds all my stuff for a week of boarding at Heavenly. One board with bindings, extra board, boots, helmet, plus the stuff to wear. The wheels are great for the airport. All on trip wish they had this bag.
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Reviewed by JS from San Diego on Wednesday, March 6, 2013
I bought this bag so it could carry my board, boots, helmet, and snowboarding clothes. It fits all of this and then some. Just packed it with everything last night and still have room for more. I haven't traveled with it yet but it seems to roll well.
Reviewed by Aliavon from Avon CT on Wednesday, February 20, 2013
Used for 5 day trip with air travel. Bought two. Cant beat SIerra's price. Fit an adult and child's board in each bag. Really smooth wheels. Nicely padded and fit lots of snow gear and board boots for extra padding and still well under fifty lb. limit for airlines. Made it through as checked baggage unscathed. Would ABSOLUTELY recommend. Only con is they are large for the kids to help carry :)
Reviewed by RunnerGirlTurnedSnowbum from Baltimore, MD on Tuesday, February 19, 2013
Just bought this bag because I'm beginning to take more trips out west. The bag is pefect, it is very durable. I ordered a 152" bag and I use a 144" board. This allows me more storage in the bag, and I plan to increase my length at somepoint. I highly recommend this bag.
Reviewed by Quadzilla from San Francisco, CA on Thursday, December 1, 2011
Needed a bag for checking in gear for air travel and the price was right. Tough and durable, this did what it was supposed to do. Used on one trip so far. Just the right size for 1 board (156 cm fit just right in a 156 cm bag) and bindings, boots, helmet, goggles, jacket, pants, with plenty of room to spare. Still pretty streamlined and not too bulky. All this weighed about 30 lbs with gear I mentioned. Well under the airline limit, usually 50lbs.
Snug fit, but this avoids the slop floppy end at the top when hauling the bag in the airport. Anything larger would be tough to lug around and get too heavy when filled. Needs to be filled so things don't slide around and for the bag to keep its shape. Only thing I would change is to add a rigidly mounted handle, rather than fabric, for wheeling it around. Something with the feel of normal rolling luggage. In summary, this was just the right size, for 1 set of gear and some clothing and toiletries.