Join Date: Feb 2010
Location: Ontario, Canada
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My wife and I just took a trip using a Burton Wheelie Board Case (bigger than the wheelie Gig, smaller than the Board Locker), and it fit our two boards, two sets of bindings, boots, pants, all of our base layers, helmets, various accessories/other gear, and her shell. We found that the 166 has the best size to weight ratio of everything I looked at, though it's a little small for you. We also liked that both the nose and the tail ends on the bottom side of the bag were hardened; most bags we looked at only had the tail/wheel section hardened.
We also looked at the One Ball Jay "Dirty South". It's a 166 that's expandable to like 190. It was pretty nice, just monsterously huge when fully extended, and the wife preferred both the extra hardening of the Burton, and the pattern (a nice plaid, was attractive and easy to spot coming off the oversized conveyor belt with all the other black ski/board bags!).
Also under consideration was the Dakine Low Roller, which is priced great for the amount of stuff it fits. The High Roller looked like too much bag for our needs, but it you're going for two weeks, you might have a lot more gear than we did (only planned for 3-4 days).