SRD Rock and Rolling Ski Bag

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About SRD Rock and Rolling Ski Bag

Closeouts. Make airport travel a breeze with SRD's Rock and Rolling ski bag. The padded interior holds up to two pairs of skis and poles, and has length adjustment to create a more stable bag.

Specs about SRD Rock and Rolling Ski Bag

  • Capacity: 9780 cu.in.; Holds 2 pair of skis up to 215cm long
  • Weight: 9 lb. 7 oz.
  • Bag length: 200+ cm
  • Dimensions: (LxWxD) 86x13.5x8.75"
  • Made in China
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4.750000 5 Overall Rating: 4.8 Based on 4 reviews

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Reviewed by Nillion from Minnesota on Monday, January 12, 2015
Finding a bag big enough to fit my gear has always been a giant pain. Most commonly available bags seem to top out at 185 cm. Not so with this one. I can easily fit 191 cm powder skis with a 118 mm waist, a 186 cm pair with a 102 mm waist, a pair of poles and a small backpack and come out just under... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by mws from IL on Friday, February 13, 2015
    THis thing is huge but you can customize the length. Fits fat skis, boots, helmet and the rest of my gear w/ room to spare.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by backcountry skiier from PNW on Thursday, January 29, 2015
    Worked great! Plenty of room for 2 sets of skis and poles. The wheels on one end are a big help.
  • Reviewed by Nillion from Minnesota on Monday, January 12, 2015
    Finding a bag big enough to fit my gear has always been a giant pain. Most commonly available bags seem to top out at 185 cm. Not so with this one. I can easily fit 191 cm powder skis with a 118 mm waist, a 186 cm pair with a 102 mm waist, a pair of poles and a small backpack and come out just under 50 pounds. There's still plenty of space in there also if one were inclined to pay for the airline's overweight bag charges. If you have smaller skis than me, this likely could fit most of your ski gear.

    I haven't yet taken this on a trip but the stitching seems very beefy and the padding is throughout the bag with a little more right where the bindings sit. The tip and tails of the skis would be very well protected by this bag also. Interior compression straps keep your skis right where they're supposed to be. The handle is nicely placed near the center for carrying and the wheels roll very smoothly.

    I'm impressed and would highly recommend this so far. I'm taking it on a trip out to Utah in a month and will update this review if anything changes. If you don't hear back from me, consider this review still accurate.
  • Reviewed by Skier from Colorado on Saturday, November 29, 2014
    Great bag, I've used it 3x so far and no complaints! It says it holds 2 pairs(4 skis) but I have gotten 3 pairs(6 Skis) in it without much trouble it's all how you pack the skis. I would totally recommend this product.

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