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    Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 10:58am
what up

question: what travel board bags are out there?

i'm leaning towards finding a decent deal on a DAKINE low roller or high roller. what's the biggest difference between the two? price? size? compartments? i'm assuming they both get the job done.

call it brand loyalty or ignorance, hence the thread.

i feel like wheels would be nice in an airport.
thoughts on wheels vs. no wheels?

more info:
-boards up to 154ish (current board is 152), boots up to size 10
-don't really care about color (if it's loud, hopefully not TOO loud, at least i'll know it's mine - summer camps in mind)
-maybe enough room to pack for up to 1.5 weeks at most (or just throw a few things in there to free up space in another roller bag/pack - helmet, jackets, pants)
-don't want to be excessive in size (weight limit)
-upper limit maybe around $140-150, would love to spend $100 or under (even if used/pre-owned)
-looking for a good way to store gear too rather than having it in separate bags and stuff

so... what wheelie/non wheelie bag are you using?
thanks in advance!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 11:00am
If you're going to be traveling around, you'll want a bag with wheels or at least be able to attach your skateboard to roll it.  I have the burton wheelie and you can fit plenty in there with room to spare and be under the weight limit.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 11:11am
Wheels are invaluable on a trip, especially where you have to move around a lot.  This is not the feature to cheap out on!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 1:51pm
As someone who does not have wheels and has traveled on planes I would recommend wheels.  My next bag will definitely have them.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 5:46pm
if your talking about long distance travel then definitely get wheels, why carry on shoulder when you can push/pull on wheels

also because board bag is long its bulky and gets in peoples way especially in busy airport terminals.

difference between low and high roller is the amount of stuff you can fit into them

there is a definite weight difference between the two
smallest size on low roller is 157 (3kg)
high roller 165 (5kg)

would consider a high roller is a multiple person or long trip bag (2weeks isn't that long TBH)

price difference
High roller RRP 190 USD
Low roller RRP 120 USD ( i believe around that mark but no one ever pays RRP)
can pick up brand new low roller for as low as 40USD (super specials) but around 60-70 is the general marked down price ive seen

you should be able to fit into a low roller without any problems
board/binders/helmet/boots/2 pants/1 jacket
throw into other random smalls (undies/socks/thermals/beanies)

extra jacket shouldnt be a problem but its pushing your weight limit (well was pushing mine)

ps. the dakine TOUR (which is low roller without wheels is a gear bag also for shorter trips)
if your just gonna hop straight from plane into bus and never see your board bag on the trip again then TOUR is viable

all 3 dakine bags (high, low and tour) have specific boot compartments which come in handy if you have wet boots. If you have smaller size boots you could probably fit both boots into one slot and use the other for smalls (my friend does that with his)


but why only buy a bag specific for this single trip...in case you decide to go elsewhere in he world where you will need to use public transport or a lot of traversing....get wheels! its not that much of a price difference

conclude...low roller should be fine for your needs and you should pick it up well under 100 USD
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 7:15pm
Originally posted by humdingaling

ps. the dakine TOUR (which is low roller without wheels is a gear bag also for shorter trips)


This.
I have this bag and my plane trips are nice and easy with it. just carry it into the airport and check it on baggage real quick. Never had a problem and if you size up a couple centimeters you can fit extra clothes inside to pad your board and scale down in your suit case
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 7:39pm
definitely wheels.  rolling through an airport or even through the resort to your room is so much easier with wheeled cases.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 7:40pm
I also second all the recommendations of the DaKine Low Roller.  I have it and love it!
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 9:22pm
I third the Dakine Low Roller. It is possible to pack so much stuff in it that you will go over the 50# wt limit (I did), so why buy the even bigger High Roller?  I had the Tour, and got tired of lugging it around without wheels, so I got the Low Roller and I'm perfectly happy with it. You can even fit 2 boards and 2 unmounted bindings plus extra stuff if that is your need. But with one board and bindings you can put your boots in the pockets and still fit all your outerwear and helmet plus a few extras.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Apr/30/2011 at 9:30pm
I also have the low roller and when travelling internationally its nice to be able to have to roll around... but for short hops, I think Id get the tour. Like was said earlier, the tour is the LR without wheels.
The high roller however has a bit more room, and an extra pocket or 2 (IIRC), but the low roller should suffice. I was able to fit 2 boards with binders, boots and enough space for jacket/pants and such.

Any bag with wheels is gonna weigh a bit more, so it really comes down to how much you wanna lug around. You could prolly get away with the tour if you dont have to trek through big airports and dont mind slingin it up on your shoulder.

I love my low roller, but I also want something lighter for short hops/bus rides.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/01/2011 at 4:08am
+1, you definitely want wheels for tramping around the airports which can often involve large distances from the terminal to ground transport.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/02/2011 at 9:50am
I have a Dakine Lowroller.
It fits:
1 snowboard (154 cm), bindings (unattached and folded), boots (laced), 1 pair of gloves, 1 pair of mitts, 2 pairs of pants, 1 jacket (I'm wearing the other while flying), 1 helmet, 2 goggles.
Having the wheels helps get around the airport.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/02/2011 at 10:15am
thanks for all the feedback... keep it coming

definitely looking into the low roller now esp with the weight constraint with flying and all

anyone not using burton/dakine?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/02/2011 at 10:24am
dakines always seem to be onsale post-season...that's how i got our roller pretty cheap...holding up well so far
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/02/2011 at 10:34am
Without A Doubt, Go With Wheels! You will not be sorry spending a few extra bucks to get a board bag with wheels. Other than trying to get through a parking lot full of snow & or slush, a bag with wheels will become your new best friend.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/05/2011 at 1:28pm
Go with the wheels for long trips having it on the shoulder sucks
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/05/2011 at 1:38pm
wow, I'm really the only one who feels this way?


Wheels are for PUSSIES.  Grow a pair and carry your snowboard.



Maybe it's from being an ice hockey player.  But once in a while, when we were younger, a kid would show up with a hockey bag that had wheels on it, and it always warranted giving him a ton of sh!t.  In fact, when we were teenagers, this guy had a wheelie bag and he used to carry it anyway cuz he felt like such an idiot rolling his hockey gear around.


On top of that, if anyone's not aware, hockey gear is way, way, way heavier than snowboarding stuff. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/05/2011 at 1:44pm
but ur tuff though
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/05/2011 at 1:49pm
Wheels are not for pussies.  Most snowboarders don't have to intimidate other snowboarders and bash them in the face like hockey players do.  The wheel is the greatest invention of all.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/05/2011 at 1:52pm
yeah i guess u can say its for pussies.. but it is much more conveinient and easy to use the wheelie at the airport when travelling internationally.

AND buying the wheelie will give you the option to either carry it or wheel it.

i would say you will only need a wheelie if u intend to travel, then u can put the rest of your clothes/gear in there can just carry 1 bag. Low roller is enough for to fit 1 board for 1 person. If u remove bindings and everything it might fit 2.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/05/2011 at 1:54pm
Uhhhh yeah, make fun of kids using wheeled bags, meanwhile those kids aren't experiencing the back issues the other kids develop.  Hmmmm, tough choice, get laughed at for using a wheeled bag but put virtually no stress on my back or be macho and carry my bag and put unnecessary stress on my back.

There's a reason companies started manufacturing wheeled bags (hockey, snowboarding, etc.), just like golf bags with the dual-shoulder harness.  

Call me a female genitals but I'll take my wheeled board bag and my wheeled hockey bag any day over the non-wheeled version.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/05/2011 at 2:02pm
Originally posted by ctoma

Uhhhh yeah, make fun of kids using wheeled bags, meanwhile those kids aren't experiencing the back issues the other kids develop.  Hmmmm, tough choice, get laughed at for using a wheeled bag but put virtually no stress on my back or be macho and carry my bag and put unnecessary stress on my back.

There's a reason companies started manufacturing wheeled bags (hockey, snowboarding, etc.), just like golf bags with the dual-shoulder harness.  

Call me a female genitals but I'll take my wheeled board bag and my wheeled hockey bag any day over the non-wheeled version.




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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 4:37am
The wheel assembly does add some weight to the bag. I've had board bags with and without wheels, the wheelies are very good for airports and train stations, since you're still walking around quite a bit in these large buildings.
 
The bags without wheels do save a bit of weight, are less unwieldy, and I'd say that I still prefer them by a slight bit over wheelies.
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 4:54am
I have a no-wheel, but would also like to buy wheely... It's for long distanses and airport much comfortable, then hangign it all on your shoulder
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 5:04am
I think the wheels are add to much weight, get in the way when packing a car/suv and generally aren't worth it. Especially if you get a bag like mine that has the backpack straps. It can be a real pain trying to roll your normal bag and a long snowboard bag around places. I found it a lot easier to use the backpack straps that leave my hands freed up.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 5:20am
Agreed.  For local trips to the hill I used a non-wheeled bag, for travel that requires going to the airport I use a wheeled bag.  My wheeled bag has better padding, too, which helps when dealing with knuckle-headed baggage handlers.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 5:30am
I have a dakine snowboard travel bag..it's awesome! well padded and most importantly, it comes with a wheel..it'll make your life easier just pulling it from luggage pick up to the parking area..you can put 2-3 snowboards easy and the padding really is almost imperative..even if the airport employees throw the luggage around, you'll be confident that the pads will absorb most of the blow.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 6:24am
I actually have a question about these bags?

this coming winter i plan to do a month in europe and just snowboard. do these bags get big enough that i could just live out of it?

Any bag recommendations
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 8:17am
Originally posted by scuddera

I actually have a question about these bags?

this coming winter i plan to do a month in europe and just snowboard. do these bags get big enough that i could just live out of it?

Any bag recommendations


Depends on how light you can go, but I've done a lot of international travels with my Burton Wheelie bag and no, I always had to carry another backpack for these trips. My boards are 152-155 but bag is 165. This helps with being able to use it as luggage too. Just don't go crazy big if your board is not big because most of these bags utilize the board as the support to keep it sturdy. So if your bag is too big, when you wheel it, it will fold and drag on the floor. Always get a wheels on your bag, especially if you are planning traveling internationally. Tip: disconnect the shoulder straps when you check bags in, I've seen many arrive at the destination with the plastics on the straps broken.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 1:44pm
WHEEEL!!!!! All the way. Dont make the mistake of not getting one...you will thanks yourself later. Imagine carrying a heavy bag around the airport, not so fun. If you do get wheelie, make sure it the right size for your board, you dont want anything longer than you need.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 1:52pm
WHEELS FTW! can't imagine lugging around loaded bag across gigantic airport terminals
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/06/2011 at 2:37pm
Definitely WHEELS.  I have the Dakine High Roller and it's seriously the most quality bag out of the five that I own.  I have it in a size 180cm.  I know that's huge, but the extra room allows me to carry more gear.  I can fit 2 decks with bindings and 2 decks without and still have room for my outerwear.  It's heavy as hell when I've loaded it down like that, and I only do that if we are traveling in our SUV, but at least I have the option and the room if I need it.  You'll definitely go over the 50lb weight restriction if you traveled with it loaded like that.  With only 2 decks with bindings, I can fit all my gear (head to toe) with extra clothes for hanging in the cabin.  If you are going to travel with it/ fly with it, I'd say definitely the Dakine High Roller.  Exxactly what AyChan87 said.  "Can't imagine lugging around a loaded bag across a gigantic airport..."  WHEELS all the way.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2011 at 2:17pm
I did a trip to Canada this summer cos Im from Australia, and if you dont want to be aching before you get riding, get a bag with wheels. Usually they are pretty big so you can fit all your outwear, thermals, boots, helmet, gloves and goggles etc in with your board which frees up a ton of room in your other luggage.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2011 at 4:37pm
definitely wheeled. its really hard to walk around the airport with a huge board bag
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2011 at 8:46pm
Originally posted by C02

definitely wheeled. its really hard to walk around the airport with a huge board bag

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Just know that you add on some weight with the wheels and handles n such so don't be surprised if it is a bit heavy carrying it when you can't wheel it.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2011 at 9:14pm
its still under the 20kg limit (in australia) with all my other luggage in the wheelie board bag..

and the times that you carry it is only stairs, or loading or unloading. so i'd say about 2% of the time?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/07/2011 at 9:27pm
I take 2 things Burton gig and a Dakine split roller. This fits enough for 2 weeks at least worth of causal clothing and snowboard gear/clothing for 2 people. Great for when travelling with a friend or partner and don't mind sharing bags. Also the Dakine Overload is good for sharing with a friend. 1 compartment with heaps of space, pretty much. 
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Nice thread,very useful.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/11/2011 at 6:03pm
^ agreed and wheels are so much easier to carry on trips and its fun sometimes too haha
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: May/11/2011 at 7:08pm
Originally posted by darwinla

thanks for all the feedback... keep it coming

definitely looking into the low roller now esp with the weight constraint with flying and all

anyone not using burton/dakine?

i have ogio caddy as well
hard to find now as the stopped making them (i believe...no longer listed on ogio website)

could use some design fixes
zipper doesnt open full length.... extension zips make bag alot bigger but alot less "firm"
if you used one you would know what i mean
i think it could use a few more grab handles

Out of the bags i own and used
Dakine low roller>Dakine Tour (wheel less)>Ogio Caddy>Burton wheelie gig>Burton space sack

ive used High roller and Rome SDS bag both are mutliple board bags so i dont think they fall in same category, even though you can fit two sets of boards/binders/boots into the low roller (tried and testedWink)

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/06/2011 at 10:59pm
Definitely somehting with wheels if not you will regret it, also something that is going to fit a lot of your stuff so you dont have to have it in seperate bags. I agree Dakine make quite a few nice bags 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: Jun/12/2011 at 2:43am
It only takes one trip through several concourses carrying a heavy board bag on your shoulder to realize how crucial the wheels are .Dakine padded high roller with boot pockets is my choice.
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