Straight-forward snowboard storage.
You don't want to get stuck with a broken deck or a park board on a pow day during your next road trip, so keep your backup decks handy and crisp with the Burton Space Sack. The main compartment has room for several unmounted decks, and the tough 600D polyester fabric keeps them from getting dented and dinged along the way.
- The Space Sack stores your snowboard while you search for snow
- Capacity suitable for two snowboards and a pair of bindings
- Detachable shoulder strap and handles for multiple carry options
- Q & A
Safe and Organized
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Like my Title says, it keeps my board safe from unnecessary scratches during transit and keeps my gear organized. I fit my Burton Story Board with bindings attached and my Jones Explorer Split with bindings not attached. Love the color choices!
Exactly what I needed
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I ordered the 156 so I could fit my boots, helmet, pants, etc. in the bag for travel. My snowboard is a 145 and I was able to fit it with bindings, boots, helmet, mittens, pants, jacket, and extra clothes. Checked it on a plane and there are no tears so the material is strong. It isn't padded but with all my clothes and jacket in the bag my board was safe. Great bag for the price!
Neato - 166cm
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
My partner and I used this bag for a snowboarding trip to Montana. We stuffed this bag with a snowboard, two sets of bindings, our helmets, googles, snowpants, and our gators and gloves. It was a tight squeeze, but we got it all in there. We flew there and back without any problems. No rips or snags with the zipper. It seems like a really durable bag. What's more, the zippers had overlapping loops where you could lock the bag during travel.
It's a really nice bag for being so cheap. I highly recommend it.
Does this bag have any padding?
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