If you’re in search of board insurance on a budget, then the Burton Board Sack is it. Stash your board plus an extra deck, and don’t forget tools, hardware, and tuning supplies by throwing them in the zippered accessory pocket. Lightweight and simple, it’s not only great for traveling, but also for storing your gear through the summer.
Key Features of the Burton Board Sack Snowboard Bag:
Multiple Board Capacity
Removable Shoulder Strap
Lightly Padded Board Protection
Zippered Tuning / Accessory Pocket
146cm [151cm x 33cm x 18cm]
156cm [160cm x 35cm x 17cm]
166cm [171cm x 35cm x 17cm]
181cm [185cm x 35cm x 17cm] [Available in True Black Only]
Ordered this bag for a plane trip to SF then drive to Tahoe. I ride a 155cm Burton board and I bought the 166cm bag. As for the size, this bag fit my boots (size 11 mens), board w/ bindings attached, snow jacket & pants, gloves, goggles, thermals, padded shorts and beanies. I'd say I still had some room for more clothes if I wanted to squeeze them in. As for the bag itself, very little padding and it's along the bottom (airline made me sign a waiver stating they weren't responsible for any damage), the zippers work great and the shoulder strap came in handy but it would be nice if the shoulder strap was padded. Since the bag isn't padded, I wrapped my jacket around the nose of the board and pants around the tail for some protection, didn't have any damage from the airline either flight. I think with all the stuff I noted above the bag ended up weighing 26lbs, so not too bad. Overall, buy a bag a good size bigger than your board so you can get all your gear in it. This bag worked for me and hopefully more trips to come, also easy to spot at baggage claim haha!