Bought this bag as a Christmas present for my boyfriend. We've already used it for plane travel and love it. Fit both our boards (with bindings removed) and our boots. Great padding ensures our boards are safe during travel.
I have a 156 wide, and it fit board with bindings plus boots, pants jacket and other stuff when packed correctly for an out west ski trip. Did great, not much protection though, so if it get drops it will get dinged up
These bags are great, I bought 2-same gig bag 2 styles. Both are well made, well insulated and fit all your gear. I bought a 156 size for myself and I have ALL of my gear in it, including my helmet. I was trying to decide between this Burton bag and a Dakine bag, but once I saw the two in a department store, the quality of the Burton bag was far superior.
Is this Burton Gig Snowboard Bag able to fit your bindings and boots as well?
A shopper on Sep 28, 2014
Best Answer:I can put a snowboard with bindings and another snowboard and bindings that are separated plus my snowboard boots. I put the 2 snowboards on top of each other with the one with bindings on top. I put the other set of bindings on each endof the tail and my boots between the bindings that are mounted on the board. My snowboards are approximately 158.
If the boards you are putting in the bag smaller then the size listed then it should fit everything including boots and bindings. I can fit my gloves, goggles, snowpants and jacket in mine as well, you just gotta "tetris" things in there.
I have a 156 board and it just barely fits. It does fit the board, boots and bindings and has a little room for other items too. I'm sure I can fit my pants, jacket, gloves etc. in it too but I haven't tried yet. Great quality bag!
I just purchased this bag for both myself and my wife and we love it! We have not problem fitting our board with bindings, boots, googles, gloves, and pants in it. There's a lot of extra space in the bag for clothing items, etc. Our boards are 151's and we got a 156 bag so we'd have a little extra space. It's a winner for sure!
Hi I just took this bag to Colorado for the first time. I fit 153 board, bindings, boots fit on nose/tail area, and I put snowboard pants and some other clothes and toiletries bag in the middle (can't carry on liquids). Everything fit nicely, I could have packed in more clothes if I wanted but I had a carry-on bag for that.
This bag will suffice. Just bought one for my trip out here to Telluride, fits my 157 w/bindings, boots, helmet, goggles, pants, two jackets, with room to spare. Has a nice admin pouch for random knickknacks (ie. tools, etc) too.
Best Answer:Brother, you're gonna want to get something with a little added room. Don't stress on the extra inches on the bag. You're gonna want to put more than just your board in there. I keep my board, bindings (attached), boots, gloves, goggles, facemask, and a few other items all in my main board pocket. Literally everything I need to take to the mountain that I'm not already wearing. Wouldn't have been able to do that if I'd gotten a bag sized specifically for my board. Have fun.
I would do that 166, unless you plan on packing multiple boards or tons of extra gear. (I would still do the 166, but get the Wheelie Gig version, instead - if you cram really ANY size board bag full, you're going to want wheels...)