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  • Db - The Db Ski Bag  - Canyon Red
  • Db - The Db Ski Bag  - Detail
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Db The Db Ski Bag

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    Tech Specs

    Material:
    [face fabric] (black/green) polyester 900D, TEP 500D, (white) TEP 500D, [lining] polyester 600D, 1680D
    Volume:
    [max] 150L, [min] 15L
    Rolling:
    yes
    Closure:
    zipper
    Dimensions:
    15 x 7.3 x 82.7in
    Claimed Weight:
    8lb 6.4oz
    Recommended Use:
    travel
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    Protect your babies.

    Some people have fur babies, others have actual babies, but you? You have ski babies. And you’d certainly do anything you could to protect them. So, when it’s time for your first ski trip across the pond, you make sure to wrap them up in The Db Ski Bag.

    Designed to mimic the protective qualities of the human body, the Db shelters your skis or snowboard with ultra-lightweight ABS ribs. An innovative adjustable length system then ensures the bag’s rigidity and creates a perfect and safe fit for your little (or sometimes big) babies. At a maximum length of 205-centimeters, the Db can fit up to two pairs of skis or two snowboards with extra room poles, boots, or a helmet. Two chunky wheels carry the weight as your moving throughout the airport and a hook-up system allows for other Db bags to catch a ride on top. And when you’re finally home after your dream vacation, The Db folds down to a size small enough to stow away inside your closet or stashed under your bed.

    • An innovative, lightweight, adjustable ski bag for traveling
    • Rugged fabric and lightweight ribs protect your equipment
    • Chunky wheels and sturdy handles offer convenient transport
    • Adjustable length provides a rigid shell multiple skis or boards
    • Lightweight design makes loading and unloading easier
    • Fully-foldable to pack away into a conveniently-sized roll

    Fits all the things!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I've used this bag a few times, once for a big ski trip to Alaska that required tons of gear, most of which I was able to fit in this bag along with my skis, and most recently for a trip to Canada. I love the fold-over adjustability. It makes the bag way easier to roll through the airport. The tapered shape is perfect for stuffing other gear (boots, clothes, ice axes, etc). The reason I gave this 4 stars instead of 5 is because it's not the easiest/most comfortable to roll. You have to pack it symmetrically otherwise it is off-kilter when rolling through the airport. That might not be an issue for some people, but when it's packed with 50lbs of gear it can be a bit difficult for me to handle.

    great bag

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have used this bag for multiple ski trips, and the adjustable size feature is very helpful. This bag is also a black hole. You can fit so much gear in this bag with your skis too.

    Great adjustable option.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I was hesitant of this bag at first because of the roll top but dang was it great! I used it for a ski trip to Norway and storage in our lodging was tight. It's so nice this thing rolls up and straps to itself while your gear is out and about on your trip. I was able to pack my splitboard, helmet, avy pack, boots, skins, poles, and assorted gear inside of it with no problem. I'd recommend this to anyone looking for a one man snowboard bag. I think it would be a little tight with two people's gear and snowboards with bindings on.

    Best Board Bag on the Market

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I go on a lot of snowboard trips every year, and I have to say, this is the most well thought out board bag I have come across. I used this to carry two snowboards, two pairs of bindings, a pair of boots, all of my outerwear and most of my clothes for a two week trip to Japan. There are several carrying handles which make it extremely easy to load/unload your bag from the car and when moving on and off the subway. The length of the bag is adjustable, so you dont have loose, floppy ends at either side of your bag, which makes things nice and tight. There is also a shoulder strap to help bare the load when wheeling your bag through the airport. This feature really came in handy when we had to travel several miles by foot to get to our Airbnb. Finally, once you reach your destination and unpack your gear, you can roll the bag up and store it away, which saves a ton of space! If you are looking for a quality ski and snowboard bag, look no further!

    The best lightweight ski bag available

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have this bag in the black and yellow color and have used it for the last three winters to transport skis boots poles helmet Googgles backpack ski jacket and pants maxing the bag out to the airline allowable 50lbs. With it's light self weight the bag allows you to transport maximum gear with out incurring overweight penalties. After much use the bag is still like new. I have never had gear damaged in it. It rolls really well on wide set wheels... but I do not recommend using the shoulder strap to pull it along, as the end of the bag will bang off your legs. Cannot recommend this bag highly enough.

    Works great, but white looks awful

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    After comparing lots of bags online, went with this one for a three week trip to Japan via planes trains and automobiles. White was the only available color, so that's what I got.
    The bag works great - we stuffed skis/boots/poles/skins for two people into it. TSA opened the bag and managed to get it closed again without destroying anything. No damage to the bag or the contents.

    The white color though ... on the plus side, this is the only white ski bag I saw on the whole trip, so there was no confusion. But on the minus, it looked filthy from the moment it hit transport. I'm not going to try to keep it clean, but I may spatter it with some multicolored paint.

    It's meh.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I bought mine a few years ago. Have taken it on one plane ride. The verdict? Several tears. I was pretty disappointed. I'm going to pad my gear with bubble wrap as I'm about to head back out west for another trip. I'm sure I'll have more tears. Positives? It's roomy and you can pack it with your clothes. The bottom velcro is super sturdy. It does roll into a relatively small package for storage when not in use. It's easy to adjust the length for your skis. More negatives: The straps get loose if you walk long distances as it's constantly knocking against your legs and loosening the buckles. And finally, while it gets the job done, for $250+, it's not worth it. It's not particularly protective and DB's customer service is atrocious. They'll always blame you first. I really wanted to like this bag. It was super trendy around the time I bought it. It's just not constructed that well.

    It's meh.

    Lightweight, easy to pull at an aiport.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    Fit both of my wife's skis and since they are shorter, we utilized the DB function of shortening the bag.

    It is a soft bag, so not the best protection. Be careful of that. I actually put one ski in another sleeve, then inside the DB bag for added protection. But it's light around the airports.

    We went with white, it got dirty! But still looks cool.