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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-03-2011, 04:58 PM Thread Starter
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so im looking for a backpack that can hold a snowboard (vertically/horizontally) doesnt matter, and i want the bag to have a strap for my boots on the side. Also i want the bag to look somewhat nice cuz im gonna use it for school too. Most bags i find can hold the board but they dont have the thing to hold boots, or atleast i dont see them and theres nothing written about it. could you guys recomend me some bags
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Check out the Burton Rider Pack. It has compression straps on the sides that you can probably use for your boots. I have a Burton Day Hiker, which is pretty similar except for the side straps, and I like it a lot and use it everyday. Just buy it in neutral colors if you don't like the loud designs.
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nah im good with the designs but i have at most $60 to spend on a bag maybe $70 but no more.
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Dakine Mission

I use the Dakine Mission bag. It has straps for your board and I bet you could figure out a way to hang your boot off the belt strap. I have the bag and I love it. Great for school cause it has a laptop sleeve pencil pockets and its roomy. Great for snowboarding cause like I said it got the belt strap and vertical board straps. Also it cost around the $60-$70 range.

**Almost forgot it has a sweet Goggle pocket but it is kinda hard to get to when you have the bag on**
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I have a Dakine Heli Pro and I love it. It's got both vertical and horizontal board carry, and I can guarantee that you could use the straps on the bag to carry some boots. Mine also has a laptop sleeve in it so it's functional for a school setting as well. I picked mine up cheap from Sierra (trusnow) last year in the spring. It was well under the $60-70 range you're looking at.

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so i decided to get the dakine heli pro. Seems like a good bag and it looks like i should be able to attach my boots to it. ordered it for $55 from altrec feel pretty good about it, cant wait to get it.
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