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What size duffle bag to get?

I am thinking of getting a Dakine EQ Bag, it comes in three sizes, 31L, 51L and 74L.
Now I just want to be able to pack the essentials in their ie. snowboard boots, goggles, helmets, gloves, a change of clothes (jeans / shirt), which size should i get? I figure 31L would definitely be too small and probably should be getting either the 51L or 74L.
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Go 74L, if you don't use all the space it doesn't really matter.
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true, i am going to use it almost exclusively for snowboarding and this is pretty much what i need to fit in it and would like to carry something as small as possible.
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suggest The North face Base camp duffel size large. has backpack straps which are really nice for carrying. its waterproof so you can strap it to the top of your car if you want. it will outlast you so you can give it to your grandchildren or put it in your will or something.

i think the medium dakine would probably work though

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cool thanks, i wanted the dakine b/c i have a heliport and i wanted to match the northwood coloring
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suggest The North face Base camp duffel size large. has backpack straps which are really nice for carrying. its waterproof so you can strap it to the top of your car if you want. it will outlast you so you can give it to your grandchildren or put it in your will or something.

i think the medium dakine would probably work though
I have the North Face Base Camp. It's an awesome bag. I have a large size and it just swallows everything. Really durable.

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cool thanks, i wanted the dakine b/c i have a heliport and i wanted to match the northwood coloring
The North Face comes in a lot of different colors. You could probably find one that matches. I personally like a more stand out color because it's easier to spot on the baggage carousel.
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