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Biggest Snowboard Bag?

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I'm going away in a couple of weeks for the first trip of the season and need a new bag that will carry a board, ski's (sorry) and all my gear.

I borrowed a LOKKER one from my brother last year and fancy getting the Dakine High Roller in a 180.

What is the biggest bag out there as I want to pack everything into it?

Cheers
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Watch your weight limits. Was at the snow show this year looking for a new board bag and one of the exhibitors had a really nice whole luggage system which all zipped together into a big coffin, but it weighed in at 7 kilos so thats about a 3rd of your allowance on an average budget euro flight.
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I can fit myself in a DaKine High Roller 180 and do up the zip. Could be a cheap way of taking the wife along.
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I get board and skis plus all boots, bindings and a week's clothes in my Burton wheelie locker. Either one of these or the Dakine High Roller will be fine. The max for a single bag, with ski/board transport is normally 32kg.
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Lizzard wrote:
I can fit myself in a DaKine High Roller 180 and do up the zip.

A tad over the baggage allowance? Laughing
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Boredsurfing, er, just under twice what you're allowed for a board bag, in fact. So much for that plan then. Laughing
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A triple ski bag is one of the biggest. I have taken three boards and a pair of skis in one. It is only when I saw people busting the straps and their backs that I realised it wasn't such a good idea... Sad
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Thanks for all the advice - a 180 it is then!
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Jumping Jack Flash, unless you need to take long skis too, I'd get a bag closer to the length of your board. Your board becomes the spine of the bag and a longer one may have a foot of sag at end if its too long. I put a 159 board in a 164 bag and that works fine.
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bar shaker, I bought a snowboard bag in Jackson Hole a couple of years ago. It had a zipped up extension (about a foot). Extended it's just about big enough for my 175cm Swoard. My point being that length adjustable bags exist to avoid that 'flappy' bit.
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