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The Burton Wheelie snowboard case offers plenty of storage for your board, and removable boot and binding bags, if those need to come along. The IXION Wheel System rolls smoothly and quietly for an easy pull, and 600D polyester construction makes it extra durable. Full padding protects your precious cargo, and the lockable zip pulls meet TSA regulations and ward off envious thieves. Get easy storage for multiple boards with the Burton Wheelie snowboard bag.
This bag is great for traveling! fit two boards and bindings and still had room for ridin gear! only drawback is that I never received any of these extra bags they are talking about for wet clothes, boots, etc. Check the bag before you buy if that is one of the selling points for you! All in All, a good bag, just hope it lasts for a couple of seasons!
Great bag! Ultimate protection for my board and can fit everything in (Boots, Bindings, 2 jackets, pants and all clothes and accessories and of course board). Have done 4 international trips with this bag and still looks like brand new. Will have to scuff it up a bit so i don't look like a rookie!
Great bag fits all my gear + more. Two boards, bindings, boots, jacket, pants and all my clothes. Lots of compartments to separate and protect gear from damaging each other. Loce the skateboard style wheels because they're easily replaced should they break. The bag is very strong and manufactured well. Downside is it weighs a fair bit and can take up all your allowable kilos when flying.
I also have an older version of the bag and it is amazing. I holds my board, boots, pants, jacket, and whatever clothes I need. It can be a little large for hauling around but will protect your gear. The bag is very durable. I zipped up one of my friends in the bag and was able to carry them around. You won't need another bag after this one.
Had this bag for a number of years (probably 2007 model, but I haven't seen many changes as I read the catalog), and have rocked it on a number of Utah and Colorado plane trips, as well as driving trips all over the West and even local Tahoe resorts. Generally slap in two boards with one pair of bindings, although it fits fine with two full kits, and either one or two pair of boots along with a bunch of clothes and bs. Very easy to get over the 50-lbs requirement for air travel, so watch out. Overall this has been a great bag, and is better than then da kine model I bought to share with my wife in terms of convenience and construction quality. I anticpiate this will last a number of additional years. The wheels are great, and I'm happy with the handle. The additional feature of the step-up bag, I believe, is a telescopic handle; however, I don't think that would be any benefit at all since it's already somewhat difficult to negotiate an airport with a 181-cm bag in tow. If you've got the extra cash and you're serious about snowboarding, spend a little extra and get this set-up over anything cheaper you may be considering
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