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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 03-04-2009, 06:22 PM Thread Starter
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When traveling with your gear...

Do you guys leave the bindings attached to the board when you fly with it? Or do you take them off?
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I leave mine attached. I put the highbacks down flat against the base. Then I put clothes all around so it won't get damaged.
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if you have two boards and only one pair of bindings... mount the short board. Do NOT stack a shorter board underneath a longer board in a board bag.
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I travel with two bags: 1 board, 1 everythign else.

two boards, with a few pairs of pants as padding. wad up the jackets inbetween the bags. boots go in one bag, helmet, goggles, etc. in the other. I stick my bindings in with my Batman under-roo's and the rest of my clothes.

presto! instant two bag traveler with no broken flows!

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