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How much bigger should a board bag be than board.?

So I'm looking to buy a bag for mu board. I'm wondering how much bigger I should get it than the actual board. And how much is to big? Thanx
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my bag is around 160 and can be exteneded out longer if i need it. none of my boards are bigger then 154. as long as its bigger than your boards it doesnt matter but any extra room can be used for gear and such so it depends on how much extra space you think youd want for that stuff.


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i got a 160 bag. only riddin a 144. doesnt matter how big it is. i just stick other stuff in there too.
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my bag is around 160 and can be exteneded out longer if i need it. none of my boards are bigger then 154. as long as its bigger than your boards it doesnt matter but any extra room can be used for gear and such so it depends on how much extra space you think youd want for that stuff.
I'm thinking of throwing mu boots in their along with my board and bindings. My board is a 147 and I'm trying to decide between a 166 bag or a 176.
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I'm thinking of throwing mu boots in their along with my board and bindings. My board is a 147 and I'm trying to decide between a 166 bag or a 176.
even a smaller one than 166 would work.
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what a slightly stoopid question. if your board is 159cm, it makes sense that your bag is at least 159cm or longer. yay for common sense.

yeah it doesn't matter if your board bag is like 20cm longer than your board. just throw your boots in, can't go wrong really.

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what a slightly stoopid question. if your board is 159cm, it makes sense that your bag is at least 159cm or longer. yay for common sense.
No Really? What a slightly "stupid" not stoopid response. What I wanted to know, was how long is too long.
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if ur baord is 147 a 166 board bag might be way too big...look for a 156
most board bag will let u fit a pair of boots and ur board with binding attached
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No Really? What a slightly "stupid" not stoopid response. What I wanted to know, was how long is too long.
im pretty sure he was referring to the band slightly stoopid when he said that.


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im pretty sure he was referring to the band slightly stoopid when he said that.
Well than if so, Then I guess I am the stupid on.
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