The bike frame on this bike has acheived the highest EFBe rating
on the MTB Hardtail Tri Test. This means the frame has passed a
comprehensive evaluation of the frames durability. The frame
withstood five fatigue tests with 100,000 cycles each. These
correspond to the loading cases present in standard bike operation:
You have a great snowboard, now you just need a great bag to carry it around in. That is why you should buy a Burton Gig Snowboard Bag. This bag has multiple board capacity so you can carry your girlfriend''s board for her. And with its padded board protection you will never have to worry about the safety of your board while you are moving it around. So don''t risk damaging your board by transporting it unprotected, get a Burton Gig Snowboard Bag and protect your favorite mountain toy.
Key Features of The Burton Gig Snowboard Bag 166cm:
Skate Conversion Straps
12" x 9"
Fully Padded Board Protection
Multiple Board Capacity
Removable, Double-Cush Shoulder Strap
Lockable, Contoured Zipper Pulls Fit TSA-Approved Locks
The great thing about this bag is that you don't need to order a really long bag in order to be able to fit other stuff in it besides your board. This bag is roomier around the middle, so it will fit your board with the bindings attached and other stuff stashed in the main compartment. The padding is just right - not too bulky. Great bag overall
Talked to my buddy and he recommended getting a gig bag that's much larger than my board and doing that i have been able to store all my gear in the bag... and i mean all the gear! works like you need it to.
With a little bit of squeezing and carefully planned packing, this bag held all of my gear. From a pair of long underwear to my helmet boots and of course my board. Protected my board very well during the plane trip. Very happy with this bag. Even has a spot to strap your skateboard on the bottom for wheels.
I got this bag for Christmas, so I could bring my bag back to New England for some Pre and Post Christmas board time. The bag worked great for protecting my board (with attached bindings), boots, and gear through harsh airport baggage handling. I was able to put all of my other heavy winter gear in the bag too. The bag's still in good shape, so I'll be good to hop on a plane to go board since I live down South now.
This board bag is perfect for the price you have to pay. It has plenty of room. I keep my board with bindings and boots, jacket, pants, hat and gloves etc. in it when i travel. It also is durable and protects my board very well i have never had any problems with it not protecting my board. The only con i have found with this bag is its a little tough to get the board into the bag you have to angle it in but its no big deal. I would recomend this to a friend
I bought a 176 gig bag for my 160 burton. Has room for board,boots and my clothing. Starting to get a tight fit with the amount of stuff I have in it but carries good with the nice padded shoulder strap. I would purchase this bag again.
Trying to decide between space sack and gig bag? I was too. My girlfriend has this bag and I have an old bag from dakine. I've used this a few times and the padding is decent enough to take on planes and such. Biggest con over this bag is that it is bulkier than a sack which makes loading it into a car with other bags a bit tougher. Sometimes we have to take the board out of the bag and fold up the bag so it'll fit.
This is a great bag, it has a lot of padding but still has the capacity. Burton says that you can fit two boards in it, but i found out that you would have to take the bindings off in order to fit them both. It took a lot of muscle to get the boards in with bindings. Unless you travel with one board or do not use bindings, then this is not the best bag for yo
I expected this bag to be a little bigger since it said that you can fit 2 boards in. Im terrified that im gonna rip the bag when Im trying to force my 2nd board in...its just not gonna happen. Its kind of weird shaped as it is thin in the corners and rises in the middle for your bindings. There is just enough space between them that i can stick my helmet in there and not have to keep it in the truck with us. The padding on the bag is great. Im not the least bit worried about my boards getting damaged. If i could do it again, I would have just spent a little extra for a bigger bag.
The bag does the job it's intended for. Holds my board with bindings attached, Large helmet, and size 9.5 boots. Can also hold jacket, pants and gloves. The shape is a little odd - bigger in the center and narrow at the tail and nose. Would hold more if it was the same size all around
I was a little bit disappointed when I got the bag. The lack of compartments for my gear was a disappointing. There really is only a front pocket and even that isn't segmented. Haven't had any issues with durability so thats a bonus. I got the bag for cheap so I cant complain.
I picked this up from a ski festival for 40 bucks... mainly going to use it to transport my board around in my car... I don't know if I would trust using this to check-in to an airplane or something, the padding is not thick at all, I would worry about my board being scratched.
Also, putting more than 1 board with bindings on is almost impossible, can't get it to zip up. If you want to put 2-3 boards, you have to take the bindings off.
For what I paid ($40), it was worth it. I have a nice all-in-one bag to put my board, boots, clothes, etc. If you plan to do heavy duty travelling, I'd invest in a bigger bag with better padding.
it's good that it's padded, but you have to take the bindings out when you want to store two boards. the padding does weigh down on the carrier but at least it keeps the board safe. it's a decent board bag, but it's quite pricey for what you can get out of it