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post #1 of 14 (permalink) Old 11-23-2008, 06:50 AM
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snowboard bags

i'm going on a holiday with my snowboard , but i'm going whit a bus.
i have a snowboard bag , but its the bag that i got when i bought the board.
So should i buy a more protective bag? the bag i have now is actualy a bag with no foam or anything
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A padded bag is always better than an unpadded bag.

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^^^ Agree. In addition to padding, I would suggest a bag big enough to carry two boards and addtitional gear. Stuffing your bag with your soft gear (ie. jacket, pants, hats) is a great way to protect your board. I see that you're traveling by bus, but in the future when you take your board on a plane you're going to want to cocoon your board.
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what bags do you guys use?
i want to buy a padded one but not to expensive
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We have a couple of Burton bags and I also have an Ogio. Both are durable and reliable. Dogfunk.com has a couple of Dakine bags on sale right now. In my experiences, Dakine makes great products.
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what is the price range i should be looking for , i don't think i'm gona take the plane
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Don't skimp on serious travel bags.

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^^^Agree, once again. You shouldn't go cheap when it comes to protecting, what is for me, an extension of your soul.
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^^^Agree, once again. You shouldn't go cheap when it comes to protecting, what is for me, an extension of your soul.
i know but what is cheap
i see bags at 20 dollars and bags of 150 dollars.
isn't their a minimum i should spend for a decent bag , i dont want to give 100 dollars for it , its just a bag
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i know but what is cheap
i see bags at 20 dollars and bags of 150 dollars.
isn't their a minimum i should spend for a decent bag , i dont want to give 100 dollars for it , its just a bag
also lookin for a bag...cheappy, im never gunna fly with it or anything. at most a 5 hour trip with the boards sitting comfortably in the trunk. im checking dogfunk right now. but any reviews would be grand for a nice cheap <30$ bag
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