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House Snowboard Bag Black 166

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Material: Polyester
  • Sleeve
  • Single Board
  • Non Wheeled
  • Unpadded
  • Shoulder Strap
  • Top Strap
Pockets: None
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: House Snowboard Bag Black 166

When you hit the slopes and want to protect your precious snowboard on the way there, look no further than the House Snowboard Bag. A simple, black bag that offers no frills, this snowboard bag will be sure to keep your board from getting dings and nicks in the car on the way to the mountain. A shoulder strap is attached on the Snowboard Bag by House for your convenience as well, and the House backs their bag with a 1 year warranty against tears and rips.

Key Features of the House Snowboard Bag Black:
  • Adjustable/Removable shoulder strap
  • Double zipper
  • Non-padded


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House Snowboard Bag Black 166
Already Asked: 6 Questions, 59 Answers
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Lee C: Reviews said the bag was large enough to fit my board (159cm) and boots with no troubles, and is very affordable. May 11, 2014
Elsa M: Needed cheap bag to carry board. Jan 16, 2014
paul D: cheap Jan 16, 2014
Jared S: Cheap yet durable for the money. Great buy!!! Jan 8, 2014
Kevin E: good price Jan 8, 2014
Dennis L: board protection Jan 4, 2014
Marko C: good quality,and good price Jan 3, 2014
Julie L: good price. good reviews Jan 2, 2014
Jack B: Replacing a High Sierra bag that only opened at the end. Dec 28, 2013
Collin H: Because my momma says snowboardin is the devil. But snow is white. and the devil is red. yeeeeeeee Dec 23, 2013
Gregorio C: Price Dec 20, 2013
Norma J L: right size and affordability Dec 16, 2013
Sylvia C: price Dec 15, 2013
Mike C: cheapest price I could find Dec 14, 2013
Julie L: cheap and protective Dec 5, 2013
robert m: best price Dec 4, 2013
Amanda B: room for boots inside the bag was a plus! Dec 4, 2013
Nancy S: My son picked it out for his Christmas present. Dec 2, 2013
Ryan H: Seemed like a good price and enough to get the job done. Dec 1, 2013
John F: Needed something to just cover by board. Cheap and should get the job done. Nov 29, 2013
Aaron P: Price and functionality. Nov 26, 2013
Francis M: Sponsors out of the fresh gear Nov 21, 2013
Michael G: cheap Nov 15, 2013
Benjamin M: It's cheep and it protects my boardâ?¦I find no self worth in owning a "cool" name brand bag for a larger amount. Nov 10, 2013
Jamie l. S: Price and big enough to hold boots too Nov 7, 2013
Thomas M: very affordable basic bag, can't beat it Nov 2, 2013
Timothy H: I needed a bag and I trust the house with everything Oct 31, 2013
Patrick S: Cheap, large enough, and durable Oct 25, 2013
bradley h: need it Oct 20, 2013
David G: need a bag Oct 17, 2013
james G: I needed a board bag, something durable but not to expensive Sep 17, 2013
Sinead S: i need a snowboard bag and its cheap and a little bigger than my board. i hope its nice! Sep 3, 2013
Karl P: It was cheap Sep 1, 2013
Laura N: Price Aug 27, 2013
Gregg A asked: is this a good bag for travel by plane can i fit my board and skis with boots in it?? my board is a 153 Feb 2, 2014
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Jesse L asked: Will this bag fit a snowboard with it's bindings still attached? Also, will the boards edges eventually cut or wear through the material? Aug 14, 2013
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Elias R: Hello Jesse, I purchased the bag last December and it had plenty of room to house my board (161) and bindings attached (large) with room to spare! I would also put my boots (11 1/2) in the bag with no problem. My preferred method of binding position in the bag would be folded down in the forward position while bindings are still attached to the board.

The bag material is sturdy and I have yet to see any wear or cuts throughout the bag. If your board has sharp metal edges that have been created due to rough riding conditions. I would invest in a edge tuner tool, because I could see it eventually cutting the bag, but not destroying it.

Compared to the other bags, you can't beat the price or size. Just be aware that this is a basic bag that it is not insulated, padded, extra pockets or anything fancy, but gets the job done!

Hope this helps.
Aug 14, 2013
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Ben C: Jesse,

I have my board (Ride 164) with the bindings in the bag no problem. I actually put my boots in there too. I was worried about the board cutting through the bag as well so I put some black duck tape around the inside just to be safe. I haven't had any problems yet.

- Ben C.
Aug 14, 2013
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Eric M: I cannot answer those questions. You guys sent me the wrong item. But I like the mistake you guys made. I ended up getting a back pack with snowboard straps. I would recommend. It works great for walking to and from parking lot. It's on you back and not holding it. It's pretty badass. Aug 16, 2013
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Doreen D: I bought this bag for my son and yes it will fit with the bindings still attached. He used this for when he took the school bus during the season and as much as it was thrown around with other equipment in a trailer it has held up and there are no tears or wear through. Aug 14, 2013
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Jeff L: I've had this bag since last season and I fit my 158cm board w bindings, boots and gloves. My edge hasn't gone through and it's held up. I might go with a padded bag next time to keep everything more safe. Aug 14, 2013
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Matt GStaff: It will fit a board with bindings mounted up to size 166cm. A great traveling tip to reduce the amount of edge wear on the bag is to use painters/masking tape to line the board's edges. Aug 14, 2013
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Jason P: You can fit everything even your boots. I am not sure about cutting through the bag because it is still new. I think it will hold up well though it seems very durable!! Jason P. Aug 14, 2013
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ERICA W: I purchased this bag last season and it does fit the board with bindings. It seems pretty tuff and durable. Aug 14, 2013
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Sambath C: It will fit and there's not wear or tear. Aug 14, 2013
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Sambath C: It will fit and won't tear at all. Aug 16, 2013
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Jesse L: Alright, thanks for the help! Aug 14, 2013
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Jack B asked: Does the bag zip open all the way, or just at one end and you have to slide the board in? Dec 13, 2013
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Cynthia M: This is a great bag. It opens all the way. Ive had it for years and its great for car travel. I fit my board and boots in there. Never any zipper issues.

There is no padding so dont use it for planes.
Dec 13, 2013
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Sean S: I recently purchased this bag and am pleased with it this far. The zipper runs the top length of the bag with the exception of the last 6 inches making it easy to get my board in and out of. Hope this helps! Dec 13, 2013
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David M: The bag zips all the way up. It is the second bag I have purchased since I started snowboarding and I love it. Very durable and easy to store all my boots, goggles and board in Dec 15, 2013
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Ben T: The bag almost unzips from one end to the other. You don't have to slide the board in and you can see enough to organize your boots and pack your gear. Dec 13, 2013
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Sinead S: it unzips about 3/4. i love it because the bottoms closed and i can stuff other stuff in it while its leaning up against a wall. Dec 14, 2013
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John B: About 2/3 of the way. The top goes around the end and most of the way down the side. Easy to get the board in and out of. Dec 13, 2013
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William G: Opens all the way . Nice bag for day trip . Does not have any padding. Dec 13, 2013
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Jared S: It opens almost all the way. Great bag for the money. Dec 13, 2013
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Duane B: It zips 90% of the way Dec 14, 2013
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Doreen D: It zips all the way. Dec 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a board at 157cm. Would this bag have too much space that itll be dangerous? Sep 6, 2013
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Randy D: nope pack ur clothes in the bag take up some room and add padding Oct 29, 2013
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Clif B: I just recently purchased this bag to fit my 161. Seems to be pretty tight when you zip it up, so I don't think there would be much movement for your board. Worse case scenario, you could put a towel inside with your board to prevent from sliding. Hope this helps Oct 8, 2013
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Jason P: I put everything in it boots gloves and jacket sometimes. I love it should be perfect!!! Sep 9, 2013
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A shopper asked: Could I fit 2 boards with bindings in this? Jan 15, 2014
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Diego A: someone could answer this one... Apr 23, 2014
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