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post #1 of 15 (permalink) Old 09-13-2011, 09:59 AM Thread Starter
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Do I need a snowboard bag for bus trips?

Plan on doing bus trips to VT this winter from NY. Will I need a bag to keep my board from getting damage during the trip?
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It wouldn't hurt...
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I highly recommend it.
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It's better than nothing.
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I used a $10 sleeve that I got on Whisky for the NY-VT bus rides and it did the job.
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I plan on doing the same bus trips and using a padded Dakine bag.
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Id get a bag. They arent too expensive and theyll protect your gear. Id rather have a bag get scratched up then my board.
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As a middle/high school ski bus chaperone I use a bag for convenience of carrying stuff (walking) to and from the bus to house. And to keep it together, sometimes taking 2 or 3 boards, boots and helmet in the bag and a daypack for lunch, mitts, goggles and jacket (can also fit in the boots and helmet).


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I grabbed one a few years ago for like 20 bucks. Well worth it, other people i know had their scratched up pretty bad and had to pay quite a bit for repairs.
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Yah it would definitely help.

Check whiskeymilitia.com or departmentofgoods.com for some good deals
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