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Burton Rider's Bag question

Dogfunk has some burton stuff on sale today. I like the burton Rider's Bag, but does anybody know if it can fit a helmet, snowboard jacket, snowboard pants, gloves, goggles, and boots? Also do you guys think that the burton "digi floral" is for women only?

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Backcountry (same as dogfunk) had free overnight shipping and agreed to pay for return shipping if I don't like the bag, so I got it. Backcountry/dogfunk has to have the best customer service that I have ever dealt with.
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I snowboard, my fiance skis. We each have one of these bags, although earlier year models.

In my bag for a normal day trip to our local hill: Gyro helmet, 4 pair of gloves, 3 pair of goggles, jacket, and pants. I also have a few face masks/balaclavas, Burton tool, edge sharpener, some d-rings, a board lock, hand warmers, and other miscellaneous small junk stuffed into the zippered pocket under the main flap. My K2 DB1 boots are in the boot compartment below. I still have room for more gear.

I've used the same bag for trips out west as well. I just relocate a few items out of the bag and into my board bag, and a few other creative packing tricks and can get my 5-day trip to Breckenridge into this bag and my board bag. It is packed tight but can handle it.

Great bag, super durable, lots of room. You'll be happy with it I think.
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Thanks for the reply. I actually got the bag on monday and I can fit the following with room to spare:
large snowboard jacket
snowboard pants
helmet
goggles
kneepads
size 13 snowboard boots
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