SRD Rock and Roll Up Ski Bag

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Overview

About SRD Rock and Roll Up Ski Bag

Closeouts. Designed for globe-trotting ski racers, SRD's Rock and Roll Up ski bag has four individual compartments that roll up to tightly and securely hold skis and poles as you travel.

Specs

Specs about SRD Rock and Roll Up Ski Bag

  • Material: Heavy-duty nylon and polyester
  • Capacity: 4 pairs of skis
  • Weight: 8 lb. 14 oz.
  • Bag length: 200+ cm
  • Dimensions: 90x5x8" (LxWxH)
  • Made in China
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4.750000 5 Overall Rating: 4.8 Based on 4 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Reviewed by Skier from Colorado on Thursday, September 11, 2014
Does just what it's supposed to do. Holds 4 skis and poles, it is much bigger then in the picture but is is great! The compression straps are great but it would be better if there were two on the ends. I would totaly recomend!!!
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by JC from Northeast Tennessee on Tuesday, September 29, 2015
    This bag arrived as described. It appears well constructed and is big enough to hold my 177 skis, my wife's skis and my son's skis. When fully loaded with skis and poles it is quite heavy. Best for carrying from the truck to the slope but sturdy enough to lug through the airport ( as another review said - get a cart ). I would recommend this bag to anyone needing to carry more than two pairs of skis.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Skiwi from Tahoe, California on Saturday, April 25, 2015
    Bought this bag for my ski racing daughter. Constructed well and easy to carry with handles to lug 4 pairs of skis around. I would recommend for anyone who is travelling with multiple pairs of skis in vans etc - with all skis in though it is obviously too heavy for most airlines.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Powderhound from Philadelphia on Saturday, February 28, 2015
    Took this bag on one trip so far and it still looks brand new. It stood up to all that the airline baggage handlers could dish. It is a soft bag with a layer of foam padding, so it rolled up fairly small with only one pair of skis and poles in it. The inside has four separate zippered compartments to keep 4 pairs of skis/poles separate. My skis are fairly big, 186cm 105mm powder skis, and they fit with plenty of room to spare. I was also easily able to fit all of my clothes/ski gear (except boots/helmet) inside, thus avoiding having to check a second bag. Both ends and the entire outside are reinforced with an extra layer of rugged nylon. The carrying handles and buckles appear to be rugged and well reinforced. I expect this bag to serve me for years to come.
  • Reviewed by Skier from Colorado on Thursday, September 11, 2014
    Does just what it's supposed to do. Holds 4 skis and poles, it is much bigger then in the picture but is is great! The compression straps are great but it would be better if there were two on the ends. I would totaly recomend!!!

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About SRD

Founded in 2006, Ski Racing Development, a.k.a. SRD, creates ski racing apparel, protective gear and luggage for youth and adult winter sport athletes. Based in Edwards, Colorado, just a few miles from the world-famous Vail Mountain Resort, SRD is a leading supplier of ski race suits and high-quality ski luggage. From sporty, spacious backpacks to rolling ski carry bags, SRD luggage makes transporting your equipment easier and keeps your expensive gear well-protected. To help promote the sport and assist up-and-coming young athletes, Ski Racing Development also partners with several other groups to offer a yearly “Fast Skier” Junior Alpine Scholarship.