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.
The bag is cheap, and honestly it feels kinda cheap. But for the price you just cant beat it. As long as your dont beat up on it, it handles normal wear and tear well. Doesnt have loads of pockets or padding but you get what you pay for. If you're on a budget, I'd strongly recommend this bag.
Bag is a good size as it easily fit my 154 board and boots. The material, however, is not very strong. It only took one flight for the board to cut through the bag in a few places. For the return trip i wrapped my board up in some clothes and it seemed to fix the issue for the most part.
I purchased this bag to tote my new board and some gear to and from the mountain. It fits my 166w board Lg bindings (folded down) and still has enough extra space for my size 13 boots and helmet. The bag isn't padded but seems like the materials will hold up ok. Remember you get what you pay for and if you are looking for an inexpensive way too keep your board safe and haul some gear this is a great option!
Best Answer:The bag isn't really padded but, being the first and only I've ever owned, I don't have much to compare it to. It would probably be okay for travel in the proper care (carry on, in your case) but I don't know how much I would want baggage handlers throwing my stuff around in it. I think I have a 156 W and I can fit my board with boots and room for some clothing as well, so there should be plenty of space for your 153.
I have a 156 board. It's the perfect size for my board, boots, bindings, helmet, and jacket. Adding skis would be tough. I'd get this for your board and boots and get another inexpensive bag for skis. It's not padded at all so also is recommend either wrapping your board in towels or upgrading to a padded bag.
It is a pretty light weight and light duty bag. It will hold all your gear but I wouldn't recommend checking this bag with an airline. I would suggest spending a bit more money for a more padded heavy duty bag for plane travel.
Best Answer: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!
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.
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.
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.
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.
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!
Best Answer:At the time when I originally used this, my board was not super nice so I was not too worried about it getting damaged. I did not notice any new scratches on it after flying with it, however. Therefore, I plan to use it again this winter break with my nice new board as well. The extra room the bag has does allow for a lot of padding from clothing that has been packed up. This also makes for less checked bags needed. Bottom line: if your board is your life and getting a scuff on it will ruin your month, I'd opt for a more padded bag.
My son have never used it for traveling besides the back and forth from school events in a trailer. It has always worked very well, he puts his boots and board in there and maybe gets gloves & hat in there. I personally would say if you're going to put it through airport checking I would say no, get a padded one. It is a good bag though!
No. My board was destroyed by Southwest Airlines in this bag. This is a great bag for basic carrying in a car, but if you're investing in a bag for air travel, get something more robust. I wish I had! :(
Best Answer:Depending how big your board is I would say 160cm and under you could probably go binding to binding with a pair of boards and fit them in this bag. Mind you I shipped my board via air and the edges of my board cut through the bag. It's pretty thin material.
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