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Dakine Low Roller

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Sierra Says: The Low Roller is slightly sleeker than the High Roller bag but not by much. You still gain the interior compartment for your board and bindings, and also have the exterior boot compartments. The fully padded construction and urethane wheels make this bag an excellent choice for the riders that need protection and convenience when traveling.
  -Fully padded board protection
-Exterior access boot pockets
-Full length two-way zipper
-High quality urethane wheels
-Dual end carry handles
-Locking zipper cars
-1600-440 157CM 12 x 6 x 62" [ 30 x 15 x 157cm ] 1600-450 165CM 12 x 6 x 65" [ 30 x 15 x 165cm ] 1600-460 175CM 12 x 6 x 69" [ 30 x 15 x 175cm ] Weight 7 lbs. [ 3kg ]

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Height: 6'0
Weight: 220 lbs
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"Best Snowboard Bag Ever" 7/13/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Low Roller
  • Pros:  heavily padded, roomy - holds boots, 2 boards, etc., rolls
  • Cons:  zipper has caught once,

Experience:   I got this snowboard bag last year and was amazed at how much it could hold. I can fit my boots, 2 boards (with bindings removed), 2 sets of bindings, pants, jacket, helmet, goggles, etc. This can be your only bag for traveling as it fits everything you need for short trips. It is perfect for air travel too since it has wheels and is so heavily padded for protection. I love this bag and would recommend it for everyone!
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Height: 5'11
Weight: 190 lbs
getting comfortable
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"Low Roller" 11/4/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Low Roller
  • Pros:  big solid wheels, beefy zippers, padded, TSA-approved zippers, lots of room,
  • Cons:  carrying by shoulder strap a bit unwieldy, no accessories pocket/compartment,

Experience:   I bought the low roller 165(Alpine Plaid) this summer to bring back my 2 new setups to Germany from the US. I was able to fit 2 complete setups inside (one board mounted one unmounted, and the 2nd set of binders on top in the middle) I was really impressed by how quiet it rolls and how beefy the wheels are. I also bought the small split roller (also in alpine plaid) and what I was not able to fit in the split roller, I stuffed in the Low roller. In the end, I think I had a dozen or so Tshirts, and 3 or 4 pairs of jeans (I was shopping a bit while at home...) I brought back a 153 Stunt and a 159 Reverse Crew, and while the bag is a 165, Im not so sure that a 162(ish) might be pushing it, as the inside dimensions seemed a bit smaller. Also, the shoulder strap is a bit odd, unless you're carrying it, you have to basically take it off because it clips on one end on the top, and the other end on the bottom. To open the bag you also have to unclip it. When carrying the bag using the strap, because of this, its a bit unwieldy... ie the bag keeps wanting to turn. Overall Im happy with the bag, It gets my boards from A-Z unharmed and in one piece. But for anything other than air travel I think Ill find a smaller, less bulky bag.
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Height: 5'6
Weight: 148 lbs
getting comfortable
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"Great Bag, but save $ and buy 2009" 10/4/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Low Roller
  • Pros:  Protect your board pretty well, looks great,
  • Cons:  Might be tight with boots,

Experience:   Little was changed from the 2009 bag. I bought a 157 bag for my 151 board and fit fine, it was not too tight or anything. The pockets for my boots were pretty good, but it might be a bit tight, but it will fit find with the right arrangement. I used it for airline travel, and it does what you want it to do, no hassle some of the other board I have experience in term of size. The wheels also feel pretty durable so I am not too worried about wear and tear. Buyer might want to look at the burton gig as well.
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"God Bag" 9/6/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Low Roller
  • Pros:  Strong wheels, Boot Pockets,

Experience:   Good bag, at a good price. I have managed to squeeze a jacket pants 2 boards 2 bindings 3 sets of socks 1 pair of gloves 1 pair of goggles and 3 sets of thermals in a 154 bag so far
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Height: 5'11
Weight: 200 lbs
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"Low Roller does the job" 7/19/2010
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  • Name: Dakine Low Roller
  • Pros:  Pockets, Internal board protection, Fits all the gear and a little more
  • Cons:  Not completely water proof,

Experience:   Hi All, Unfortunately I missed out on getting the Low Roller from Sierra and had to source it elsewhere. The price is definitely the best on the web as I have spent countless hours trying to find it at the same price. Coupled with Sierra's shipping policy you cannot beat this deal anywhere, trust me I have tried. The bag has adequate pockets for boot storage on the outside and I can store other items inside these pockets such as goggles, thermals, tool, gloves/mittens. Inside the bag in between the bindings on the snowboard I put my snow jacket and pants. I then put my socks and a few shirts around the board but bear in mind that once the boots go in you can't fit much around them where they sit once the bag is closed. When going away for the week I still need to take another bag for cloths, shoes toiletries etc. Finally you would get another board in underneath the other one without bindings on it. Hope this helps.
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"Dakine Low Roller" 10/17/2009
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  • Name: Dakine Low Roller
  • Pros:  Protects the board , has a lot of room, Nice design
  • Cons:  Non,

Experience:   As a new rider the Dakine Low Roller is my first bag it does its job perfectly and lives me with some extra room to put more things. The design is great. I recommend the bag.
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Weight: 155 lbs
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"Cant fault it!" 10/5/2009
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  • Name: Dakine Low Roller
  • Pros:  Durable, Great Size,
  • Cons:  Not enough pockets,

Experience:   Used this bag to carry my new setup from the USA to the UK. Seems like it will last me for a good few years.
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Weight: 180 lbs
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"Solid" 9/28/2009
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  • Name: Dakine Low Roller
  • Pros:  BIG,

Experience:   I caught the '09 on clearance, but it's no longer listed for reviews. This thing is huge! Easily holds a couple sets of boards and bindings, plus my boots and enough clothes/gear for a weekend or longer. I haven't had the need to put it on a plane yet, but it makes shuttling everything from house to car to hotel to slopes a lot smoother. If you can find last year's on discount, grab it, but I'd definitely drop the cash for the new one too! Great bag!

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