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Old 02-03-2008, 01:02 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Question Snowboard Bags, Multiple Capacity?

I want to get a bag that can hold 2 boards with bindings.

Does not need to be for plane travel, just something for storing the boards in the apartment and getting them to the car and to the mountain.

Anybody know of a bag that can hold 2 boards with the bindings still attached? Any suggestions on pros and cons of different bags would be appreciated.

Some bags in the right price range (hoping for less than $100) are:

Rome Escort - not sure if multiple board capacity

Dakine Tour - not sure if multiple board capacity

Burton Gig Bag - says multiple capacity, but does that mean with bindings on?

Ogio Agent - says multiple, same question about w/ bindings

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Old 02-03-2008, 02:47 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I had a tough time with this also... most bags say "multiple capacity", but it usually means one board with bindings and one without.

Two bags that I know will do this are the OGIO Agent, and the Dakine High Roller. I think the Burton WHeelie Locker does too (cuz its huge) but I think all the others on your list won't hold two with bindings. I just ordered the Dakine High Roller, when it gets here, i'll take pics.
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I had a tough time with this also... most bags say "multiple capacity", but it usually means one board with bindings and one without.

Two bags that I know will do this are the OGIO Agent, and the Dakine High Roller.


Are these the two that will hold two boards both with bindings attached?

I saw the Agent for a decent price at the-house.com and am thinking of ordering it...
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I was able to pick up an Agent on EBay for ~$95 shipped. It's the '07 model but it appears to be the same. Looks like there is still one on there from the seller.
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Oakley makes an awesome padded board bag, with inline wheels, that will carry 2 boards and has a compartment for your boots as well.
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Oakley makes an awesome padded board bag, with inline wheels, that will carry 2 boards and has a compartment for your boots as well.
How do they hold up to airline travel (checked luggage)?
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Very well. I've never had a problem with Oakley packs or bags falling apart.
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This is the Bag of which I speak.

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Old 02-04-2008, 10:42 AM   #9 (permalink)
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The Ogio website says that the Agent only holds one board with bindings or three without bindings...

I've emailed Ogio, Oakley, Rome, and Burton to see if any of them carry a bag that can hold two boards with bindings...Will post again as I hear back from them...

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i thought i saw a rome bag that holds one bag inside and holds the second on the outside with two pouches for the tip and tail to slide in.

i havent got my linux install working perfect yet so the pictures are not working for me. but i think this holds 2. Rome Mobile Snowboard Bag | Rome Snowboard Design Syndicate 2008
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