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snowboard bags.. BIG???

Was wondering I you can get a snowboard bag that's big enough to hold 2 made up snowboards in it?
Maybe get some boots in aswell?
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Burton wheelie gig bag will do this if you get it longer than needed buy about 10 -15 cms so you can offset the bindings and face one board up and one down.

If be leery of shipping this way by air however, you'll be jamming the bindings into the board if it gets weight put on it. Fine for a cAr trip, but when I check a bag with two boards I always take off one set of bindings.
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