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Snowboard bag for two boards

I am looking for a bag for two boards with bindings. Which one would you guys recommend?
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Look into an OGIO Caddy.

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Yeah, OGIO caddy should do it. You will probably have to take your bindings off one of the boards. Maybe not. I traveled to Salt Lake City just a few weeks ago. I brought my split board and resort ride. I wasn't able to get both boards in the bag securely with the bindings on both boards. Fortunately they just slide off of the split, so it was easily solved. Even so, turning screws is easy.
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Anyone have experience with the http://www.sierrasnowboard.com/2009-Burton-Wheelie-Gig-Bag-46996.asp ???

Just wondering what all will fit into it...?
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No personal experience but it should do the trick.
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that wheelie gig won't hold 2 boards if they both have bindings attached

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I have the Ogio Agent and I've taken both my board and my girls board with bindings in it but I ride a 168 and she ride a 149 I believe so I'm able to stagger the 2 in order to fit properly. Ogio definitely makes great bags though
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that wheelie gig won't hold 2 boards if they both have bindings attached
Thank you.

EDIT: Looks like I need to find a good deal on an Ogio.
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Ogio Caddy is your best friend. I put my gf's 138cm board and my 149cm board without a problem. No fighting either. The two boards are also facing each other with bindings interlocking, and a towel in between to prevent scratches.
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i have a bigger dakine. one board has bindings the other doesnt everything works fine.
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