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Dakine Low Roller...anyone have one?

Looking at this now. Just curious on who uses one. I would need to transport (2) boards, bindings, helmet, boots, goggles, gloves, clothes etc for weekend trips. Will the low roller suffice or do I need to move to the high roller?

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The helmet will be the only awkward thing in the board bag. 2 boards, boots and apparel isn't a problem


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I have one and it's worked out really well. I don't think you'd have a problem with everything listed, unless your talking a full set up for two people (i.e. two sets of jackets, pants, etc). In that case it would be tight, maybe just use an additional duffle bag. I also keep a towel and small brush in mine for clearing the snow off my board before packing up. You'll have to take the bindings off of at least one of the boards and depending on how big your highbacks are you might have to adjust them or remove them on the other. I highly recommend the low roller.

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Sounds good. Thanks all.

I was torn between the low and high roller bags. At most I would only bring two boards with me on travel. I plan on taking a duffel with me anyway so I guess the high roller would be overkill for a weekend trip?
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Here's another question...all my boards are 156 or 157. Would it be better to get a 157 or 165 bag?
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Get the 165.

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