About Athalon Dual Entry Ski Boot Bag
Closeouts. Athalon's Dual Enty ski boot bag is a compact and comfortable way to protect your ski boots and accessories during transport. The boot compartment has a waterproof bottom with drainage grommets and a separate compartment accommodates a helmet or accessories.
Specs about Athalon Dual Entry Ski Boot Bag
- Capacity: 2380 cu.in.
- Material: Polyester and nylon blend
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 17x14x10"
- Weight: 2 lb. 9 oz.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by cascade rider from Bend, Oregon on Sunday, June 22, 2014Plenty of room for boots in separate compartment. The rest easily holds my helmet, goggles, pants, small accessories with room to spare. I love that it's a backpack, fits just fine for that type of bag. The two handles are very sturdy and well placed.
Reviewed by Monika from Houston, TX on Wednesday, April 2, 2014This is a great boot bag of high quality - extremely useful for airlines that let you check a boot bag for free. Great price too!
Reviewed by Maria from nyc on Monday, March 17, 2014nice boot bag, stylish and practical
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mom of 3 boys from Central NJ on Thursday, January 24, 2013Really love this bag, as kids and ski gear do not mix well. Fits Boots, helmet and other stuff, as we leave the car to get to the slope as fast as possible. Kids all got one and think it is so much better to have everything in one place and have hands free for other stuff.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by hugh from park city on Tuesday, January 15, 2013Good bag, can be used to carry helmet and boots.
Question & Answer
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“In the picture here, the boots goes from the top opening. how do you keep helmet separate if you place boots like that? enough room for helmet from back opening even when boots are placed from the top?”
The panels are separate and labeled clearly with tags. The boots actually go from the back. The helmet would go in over using the top compartment.