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If you are a skater on the go or just someone looking to carry a lot of stuff in an organized fashion, the Burton Distortion Pack is for you. Skaters in particular will be pleased with the vertical skate carry straps, the shoe storage pocket and the fleece-lined MP3 player pocket with headphone port. Everyone, including the skaters, will love the amazing array of extra pockets and the ergonomic shoulder straps with sternum strap. Add in a laptop sleeve and this bag is suitable for almost anyone.
I have used this backpack for several trips and love it. It has has a cute design/pattern, and is very functional. A very spacious main compartment, as well as lots of individual smaller pockets on the outside...the best of both worlds. Made of very light and thin material, but has held up well. Would definately buy again.
I used this bag for school and it held up well. It has plenty of storage space and it fairly comfortable. I have yet to use it on the mountain but I'm sure it would do just fine. The material feels like it would keep everything dry. A great all around pack!
its cheap, semi well made, big.
The graphic makes it hard to use for everyday.
Lots of small pockets which is kind of useless. the bigger 2 pockets in the front are blocked by the straps. This leave only the big one. So it is kind of hard to place the smaller items. The pockets in front.. i could put pens or mp3 player or phone in there.. but the pockets are so exposed, the items in there could get crashed easily. Good to put cloth... snowboarding wear in here. but not good for everyday use
I purchased this in the Bandana colorway. Its been a year since I have owned it & still going strong. I beat it to death and not one problem! I didn't like the pattern at first but it has since grown on me.
I not only use this for lugging gear to & from the mountain but I also use it as an everyday backpack (Small Trips, Gym, school, etc). The many pockets are very roomy and I seem to fit anything I can stuff in them. The velcro straps are pretty good too, though I have yet to strap a snowboard on to them(just my skateboard).
I cannot think of any cons with this one. I'm happy with it. =)
this backpack it awsome it has multiple compartments and it great for boarding and school
This backpack is perfect for boarding. Its comfortable and keeps everything dry. I think its a tad small though.
I have this backpack and used it during snowboarding. This backpack is very nice and is comfortable. Never tried putting my snowboard on the velcro straps because i have the fear it might fall.
i use this bag daily for school and it has never once caused me a problem. all i ever need fits and all i know envy. solid backpack, all purpose bag. i've had it for over 2 years now and i've never stopped loving it.
Pretty good choice, but the design is kind of strange. I had the same backpack in a different gray color for 3 years and it just broke so I bought another one.
I bought this pack because I didn't already have one and I felt I should have a place to keep my stuff while riding instead of cramming it all inside my jacket. So far it has worked very well, it has lots of different sized pockets for various things you might need while riding. The pack seems durable and secure. The pack has one chest strap that helps keep it on in case of a crash, other packs I've seen have two straps (one across the chest and one around the waist area) but I don't know how much of a difference this would make. I feel this pack has a real functionality to it because it has the essential features of a backpack but leaves out some of the more luxurious features. Since I only ride resorts I don't feel I need alot of other features like an ice pick holder or even a hydration system. I can't imagine I would ever need an ice pick at the little resort I ride and If I'm going to take a drink it would be either while I'm in the chalet or if I'm taking a break on the hill and in that case I usually have a bottle of water or something, a hydration pack could be somewhat usefull but I don't feel I would use it enough to justify buying a pack that has one. So if you ride resorts and need a good durable backpack to keep your beanie babies safe while you're riding I highly recommend this backpack for its functional space saving design.
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