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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 12-20-2009, 08:09 AM Thread Starter
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Looking for a snowbard bag

I'm looking for a snowboard bag that my board can fit in with the bindings in. Any suggestions?
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Your question is very open-ended.

What is the intended purpose for the bag? A casual carry-around-town bag is going to have different features (and size, and weight, and cost) than a carry-to-the-airport bag.

When you say 'fit your bindings' do you want the bag to fit the board with the bindings still attached to the snowboard, or loose in a pocket/compartment?

Do you want the bag to have a shoulder strap? Backpack straps? regular handles? Padding?

It would be best if you gave a description for how you plan to use a bag.
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let's start off with one question..... padding or no padding?

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I'm looking for a snowboard bag that my board can fit in with the bindings in. Any suggestions?
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Better yet get The Coffin by OBJ a bit easier to carry around.

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I like my burton wheelie bag. I can put two boards in it with bindings and have room for all my stuff.

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Well at first I meant for it to fit with the bindings still attached, but I would go for one that carried them in a seperate pocket. I basically just want one bag that can go on the plane or just ride in the trunk. Also want it to be padded and economical. Doesn't need to hold anything else. And what size do I need if I have a 158wide? Get exactly the same size bag or a little bigger?
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