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Bertieman 02-12-2014 11:21 AM

ISO: Binding + Boot case
 
A while back I saw someone with a travel type padded case/bag that fits boots and bindings snug. I can't seem to find a similar product on google, ebay, etc.
Any advice? Thank you!

Also can anyone recommend a padded snowboard backpack or bag? Thanks again.

Naturesabre 02-12-2014 01:37 PM

I use a dakine tour bag. I can fit two setups(board and bindings) in it with space for a pair of boots but not much else. With only one deck in it, literally everything I ride with fits. I've already flown back and forth CA to CO and back with it and everything is untouched. It seems like it is really durable and will hold up well but I haven't had it long enough to know for sure.

Bertieman 02-12-2014 10:36 PM

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Originally Posted by Naturesabre (Post 1530809)
I use a dakine tour bag. I can fit two setups(board and bindings) in it with space for a pair of boots but not much else. With only one deck in it, literally everything I ride with fits. I've already flown back and forth CA to CO and back with it and everything is untouched. It seems like it is really durable and will hold up well but I haven't had it long enough to know for sure.

Awesome, looks good. Going to keep my eye out for some sales :thumbsup:

Kevin137 02-13-2014 02:01 PM

Cases are funny things, i worry about damage more from handling than the bag itself, which is why i now use a Sportube, a hard case that takes everything but much less risk of damage from travel...!


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