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Wheelie holdall with boot pockets

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Old Fartbag wrote:
Try this: https://www.sportsdirect.com/nevica-lge-ski-holdall-01-920372#colcode=92037203

We have two of these, can get a full weeks worth plus boots and helmet in them, had them for about 5 years and holding up well so far.
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stevew wrote:
albob wrote:
@stevew, Have you tried your boots in it yet??


Not yet will try over the weekend


Boots fit in well. The bag is longer and higher than existing bag but maybe a little narrower only packing it up will confirm .... another 2 weeks Toofy Grin
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I was just looking at sportpursuit, they have an Eastpak wheelie hold-all, 98 litres with two end zipped pockets that look ideal. Not sold as a boot specific one but for £60 or so could be perfect.
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rogg wrote:
I was just looking at sportpursuit, they have an Eastpak wheelie hold-all, 98 litres with two end zipped pockets that look ideal. Not sold as a boot specific one but for £60 or so could be perfect.

It doesn't look tall enough to fit a ski boot in the end pocket.
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Old Fartbag wrote:
rogg wrote:
I was just looking at sportpursuit, they have an Eastpak wheelie hold-all, 98 litres with two end zipped pockets that look ideal. Not sold as a boot specific one but for £60 or so could be perfect.

It doesn't look tall enough to fit a ski boot in the end pocket.


pocket dimensions 38cm x 36.5cm

Not sure how wide
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SBP wrote:
Old Fartbag wrote:
rogg wrote:
I was just looking at sportpursuit, they have an Eastpak wheelie hold-all, 98 litres with two end zipped pockets that look ideal. Not sold as a boot specific one but for £60 or so could be perfect.

It doesn't look tall enough to fit a ski boot in the end pocket.


pocket dimensions 38cm x 36.5cm

Not sure how wide

My Boots are just under 37 tall.....so it's hard to know for certain, especially if the wheels/handle intrude into the available height.
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Ok. Your boots are smaller than the pocket in the bag and the bag is made of fabric which is likely to stretch a bit. If that’s not good enough, I guess you’d better buy something else? I just saw it and thought of this thread.
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rogg wrote:
Ok. Your boots are smaller than the pocket in the bag and the bag is made of fabric which is likely to stretch a bit. If that’s not good enough, I guess you’d better buy something else? I just saw it and thought of this thread.

I went for the Nevica.

I only highlighted it, just in case somebody bought it without checking and found the pockets were too small. It looks like a quality bag at a good price.
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I have had 2 of the cheap Nevica ones but both got killed by the baggage handlers after not very long at all, big holes ripped in it, that sort of thing. I don't know how they manage it unless they drag it along the floor for metres.
I find this one is the best one I've had in terms of size, weight (quite light for a wheelie bag think it is about 3kg although it doesn't say on the link) and price

https://www.outdoorgear.co.uk/Mountain-Pac-Wheely-Tour-Bag-123-Litre-sku42270601.asp
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These are excellent value: https://www.surfanic.co.uk/mens-maxim-roller-bag-black/

On an unrelated note I have one of these and it's spanking: https://blisterreview.com/gear-reviews/dakine-concourse-double-ski-bag-wheeled-duffle. No longer made by Dakine sadly.
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