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|11-21-2009 12:48 AM|
You don't need 5 weeks worth of clothes, i just take 3-4 days worth of clothes and wash them. As I said, i've done an international snowboarding trip on 20kg's and had no problems. 25 would be easy as long as you have access to a washer/dryer.
You can also pack the hell out of your carry on bag.
|11-20-2009 01:18 PM|
I actually had to return the "gig" bag because it was a bit small...
Traded it for the "BURTON WHEELIE BOARD CASE with wheels" which is perfect to fit all my boarding stuff, plus travel clothing.
Definitely recommend it!
|11-20-2009 12:43 PM|
|maf05r6||It all depends on how much you plan on packing. For 5 weeks I would think it would be very tight.|
|11-20-2009 11:57 AM|
|m_jel||i dunno man, my buddy hit that limit going for only a week to fernie last year. Sure he overpacked and stuff, but i'm thinking you'll need more than he did if you're going for 5 weeks|
|11-19-2009 12:38 AM|
I have a 166cm Burton wheelie and with a 25kg weight limit I would be fine.
Going to Japan last season I had a 20kg limit and I fitted everything I needed fairly easily. a 25kg limit should be a breeze.
|11-18-2009 08:15 PM|
Originally Posted by saudade101 View Post
|11-18-2009 07:48 PM|
Is the Burton Wheelie Gig Bag big enough?
hey guys, I'm going on a trip to europe for 5 weeks; 3 weeks worth of boarding in the alps, and 2 weeks of light travelling.
Thinking of getting the wheelie gig bag for ALL my gear, including clothes for the trip. Only have 1 board.
Does anyone know if the bag will fit all my stuff in it? I've also got a weight limit of 25kg