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
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The Burton Space Sack Snowboard Bag is built to go everywhere and keep all your gear safe. One reason people love this bag is because its large size makes it ideal for carrying multiple boards. The Burton Space Sack is the bag of choice for most serious snowboarders. The bag is made of durable nylon material that is easy to lift yet guaranteed to last for many years. The bag also comes with a removable strap for easier carrying and transportation.
Key Features of the Burton Space Sack Snowboard Bag:
I can't think of any cons. Its a basic board sack. We bought the 146 size for my son. He's rocking a 131 cm board, plus we can fit all of his gear (boots, pants, helmet, goggles, gloves, coat) in the bag with no problems. No padding or anything fancy, just a simple bag that work very well for getting everything from home to the resort and back again. I gave it five stars because for what it is (a cheap gear bag), it rocks
I have a 147 board and bought this back in a 146. It fits perfectly! this bag is great for road trips like others had stated. I love the fact that its snug. I also have the board sack which had a lot of space to put stuff in. I didnt like the board sack because it had TOO much space since i dont like to put stuff in the bag with the board. I prefer a snug fit so my board doesnt roll around in the bag. I definitely think this is a good buy if you board locally!
Burton Space Sack Snowboard Bag 2010 - True Black. This is a great bag for the money. It fit my 161cm board and I was able to put my boots in the case comfortably as well. I would recommend putting some blanket or foam if you don't want your board to get hurt while traveling. I got this bag knowing that there was no padding, but I know how airlines handle these things
This board bag is a quality board bag. I pack this case out with my boots, board, bindings, jacket pants, helmet and more. What an awesome bag that takes a rough commute to the slopes and makes it easy
A great bag to protect board from scratches. Either use it when boards are thrown in the back of the truck to head up to the mountain or in the off season to throw in the attic and protect the edges and surfaces.
This board bag is great because it has a Multiple board capacity. It has a removable shoulder strap. It will protect your board nicely. it has cool graphics. I like to use one board in the bag but you can put multiple like I said. Its easy to carry, it fits in the car easily, and you can hold it by a handle or shoulder strap
Every time I go to snowboard I would have my golves, hat, and goggles all over my trunk, and sometimes it's hard to find things when you have that much stuff in the trunk. But after I bought this bag I can put everything in the bag which makes my life much easier, plus there is less chance of loosing your stuff if you have a gear bag..
This bag is great, after buying two other bags that wouldn't fit my 152 board I bought the 166 Burton Space Sack. It has tons of room for my board, bindings, boots, helmet, pants and I could probably fit more. Looks great in the corner holding all your gear, plan on packing this thing for a nice flight to Canada, only downside is no padding but I bought this bag knowing there was no padding
I bought this bag and I use it a good bit. It works really good and I can fit most of my gear into it. It's also great to store your stuff in during the offseason. The price is great so it is a really good value.
Got this bag for Christmas to replace my mid-90s piece of junk. I love it, it has plenty of room for absolutely all of my gear. The only beef I have with it is that the zipper doesn't go all the way down, so its a little harder to pack my stuff. Other than that, it kicks ass
If I were to buy another, I'd get a much larger one -- using a 166 on a 165 Wide board -- it fits, but it's tight. Otherwise, it's perfect to keep my board from getting 'injured' in the back of my truck
I didn't want to carry my stuff around in my arms or my back pack anymore so I decided to buy this bag. Boy am I happy that I did. I thought that buying the exact size bag would mean less space so I opted for the 181... yes and it's big. The extra space means that I can fit two boards and the extra stuff without any big hassle. The shoulder strap can be a bit uncomfortable but then again its not like I go on treks with the bag over my shoulder. Definitely a great buy, only con is it doesn't have padding inside the bag... but I'm not flying my stuff either so not a big issue
This bag is nice if you want something to just carry only your board in, but if you're looking to stuff everything in the bag with it then, I would definitely recommend getting a bigger and better bag. I have a 154 board and I ordered the 166 bag, and I still have little to no space in this bag
This bag is pretty simple. It has enough room to fit your board, boots and helmet if you place it all right. Although there is not much for padding, it still protects the board more than it would if it was just sitting alone in the back of an SUV or car. The thing I really like about this bag is how easy it is to carry and the great overall, sleek look to it
It's a not-so-expensive bag with brand-name. I have a Burton 154 V-rocker with binding mounted, and a 156 bag fit just well (I am not sure if it will fit with a 156 with binding mounted.) The bag is big and you definitely can put everything you need inside, but it might be a bit crowed for 2 boards. It's not the kind of bag that you can put several boards in. It's the kind where your board won't roll around and you still have lots of space for all your accessories. I bought this bag directly from Burton because I cannot find the color I want here. The bag I have with the color Society is beautiful, but I don't really like the huge white 156 and Burton + marks outside the bag. As others said, there is no padding so it's better for a short trip
I have a 152 board with large bindings and size 11 boots. It fits those 3 pretty snug (bindings screwed on already, might be able to move things around and save my space with bindings not attached), not much room for extra space. I can fit pants, ski jacket, helmet, and goggles and I am maxed out, no space left what-so-ever. So I guess it's a perfect fit, but it's a struggle to get everything in. If I had to go back, I'd probably get a 165. Overall its a pretty cheap bag for your stuff, but thin in size
Bag size is premier! Instead of storing an extra deck; I'm able to toss in my board with bindings, helmet, goggles, pants, gloves, mask, and jacket. A small pocket for storing a tool would've been nice but not really an issue
Great for road travel if you're just gonna throw it in the car or in a trailer but because of the lack of padding I wouldn't use it for air travel because it won't be protected. The straps make it easy to carry so that's a plus. Overall it's a pretty convenient thing to have that's not too expensive.
I just got this for a trip out west this past weekend. Knowing that I rarely take my board on a plane, I didn't mind going cheap... also I'm pretty broke. Anyway, I just put some cardboard underneath the board and made sure the edges were protected. I was able to leave the bindings on, fit my boots in between them and cram all the rest of my junk in the bag. Worked like a champ, then on the return flight all my wet stuff was separate from the rest of my luggage. No damage, all was fine. So, get this bag, just be sure to protect your board when you pack it. You can get a couple lift tickets with the money you save. Oh, I got the 166 for my 162 board
Pretty good bag for the price esp now that its last years model. The strap is nice, the bag does take a beating. I got 181 for my 158 and i can fit all my stuff in it boots bindings pants and jacket which makes it super easy. Zipper gets jammed sometimes though which is a PITA
Its pretty basic, but im happy with it. Protects the board enough. I normally pack my board , boots and snow gear in there along with some clothes too, that helps to give it more padding which the bag lacks. Affordable too
This bag is just what you'd expect...an entry level bag that keeps the board from getting scratched in and out of a car. If you're looking for 4 pockets and tons of padding and wheels, you're in the wrong place. This bag is straight forward and well worth the money. The 166 fits a 164 board perfectly
Overall good bag for just whipping around your board from mountain to mountain. But if you are going to be carrying your board alot in the bag I wouldn't use this one. No padding and you never know when your going to accidently drop it or something. But like I said, good for just puttin it in the car and getting to the mountain quick
I purchased this bag from here last year in order to go on some bigger trips than to the local mountain. I was able to get my board, boots, and all other riding gear inside although it was a tight squeeze. I recommend going with a little bigger size than you think you need
I just received my Burton Space Sack Snowboard Bag (166) today. It's perfect! I fit my board (153) into it, helmet, boots, jacket, pants, goggles, pads and the kitchen sink! This bag rocks! Only bad thing, no padding for equipment inside the bag which can make it tricky if I check it into a plane. I'm worried my stuff will break. But beyond that, it does the job
This bag is great if you intend to travel only a few times in the season. It's best for keeping all your snowboard gear organized. I have the 166, which fits my 159 easily. Two boards, bindings and boots can fit inside with room for some pants and a jacket. When you do fill it up, it's a bit heavy and the straps can be uncomfortable
Comparing my experience with this bag and the experiences that my friends have without such bags, I would say its a great deal. It wasn't expensive and it made trips easier. On trips to the mountain, everyone piles their stuff into the trunk of my Explorer. On arrival, all I do is grab my bag and go, while the rest of them struggle to grab little bags of everything and then their boards. I can lay my boots in between the bindings of my board and slip gloves and other necesities into the bag for easy travel. Only downside is that it's not padded, so if your planning on taking your board on a plane or bus where people tend to throw luggage, I would suggest spending a little more money for better padding and added protection
The Burton Space sack is another gear bag for simple carry. Although cheap, I don't think it was designed for airplane travel or such because it's not made with impact protection. But it's cheap and has lots of room for all your things and there's lots of straps to make it easy to carry from your car to the mountain
This board bag is good for road trips and going to the hill that's a few hours away. No padding so not a good bag to take on a plane. Overall I think it's a good bag. I don't recommend it because I think you could get a better bag that you could go anywhere with for just a few more bucks.