Ogio Caddy review
I purchased this bag for a trip to CO that I just got back from (which was sick, btw). I was looking for a bag I could put 2 boards in, preferably with bindings attached. I believe I read that a few on here had done just that with this bag, by staggering the boards with bindings facing each other. I found that impossible. That was gripe #1, but no big deal, as I just removed the bindings from 1 board. Gripe # 2 was that the bottom of the bag was decently padded, except for the zipper to nowhere in the lining. I had to cover this with a towel so as not to gauge my base. Again, no big deal I guess. Gripe # 3 was that there are no interior pockets, so anything else I wanted to carry (i.e. the bindings I had to take off of board #1) also had to be wrapped in a towel so as not to be sliding all over the place. Gripe # 4 was that the wheels are placed too far up on the end, as opposed to being more on the bottom side. As a result the plastic guard on the end constantly scrapes the pavement unless you lift the handle way up by your side, which was quite awkward. I actually found it less tiring to carry the bag than to wheel it. In the end my stuff all arrived completely protected, including 2 boards, 2 sets of bindings, 2 sets of boots, and 4 bath towels to wrap everything in, ergonomics be damned.