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Since the resorts have closed, hit up your Australian peeps, and roll through an endless winter with the Armada Anchorage Ski Bag. This large-and-in-charge bag has enough carry power for two sets of planks and poles, your ski boots, clothing, and other small ski essentials.

  • PVC-coated, durable polyester fabric stands up to your travel shenanigans
  • Heavy-duty wheels allow you to easily drag your gear across the parking lots, over curbs, through airports, and into your hotel room
  • Six durable carry handles provide multiple carry options
  • Bag stashes two sets of skis and poles up to 191cm
  • Four internal pockets organize your ski gear and hold your ski boots, gloves, mitts, goggles, and other ski essentials

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5 5

The traveling junk show

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

When my family of four goes on a ski trip, we have a lots of gear and lots of junk. This bag, however, can carry an enormous amount of ski clothing, gear, and of course, skis. This last trip I was able to fit two adult pair of skis, one kid pair, one kid pair of boots, skins, and almost all our ski clothing. I could have fit our boots in there as well, but I'm pretty sure it would have put us over the airlines weight limit.

This bag is big. But the wheels are very sturdy and function well as you navigate through the airport. Zippers are bomber, and everything seems to be made very well.

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what are the dimensions of this bag?

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4 5

Pretty good bag

Just got back from a ski trip, so here are my impressions.
-Lightweight: The bag itself doesn't weigh a lot, which is good - two pairs of skis and poles with random other gear (note: not boots - two pairs of boots = 20 lbs), hit the scales at just under 50 lbs - important if you're not going to pay up when you fly.
-Padded/durable - no issues, lots of tie-down options inside the bag for skis and poles
-Wheels: The wheels are *fine*, but they're not the slick ones - they're kinda nobby/rigid plastic.
-Grab handles: Plenty of different ways to hold the bag, although it's tough to wheel it upright - they seem to want you to grab it at the very top and walk with it trailing behind you. Not great in crowded places. But the shoulder strap and other grab handles work well for manhandling it up or down stairs.

5 5

Great Bag!

Got this for a recent trip out to Utah and the Cottonwoods. I was coming from a business meeting in NY, and meeting my brother there, so he had to fly out with all our gear. We were able to fit 3 pairs of skis, 4 pairs of poles, and two sets of boots in the bag for his flight out. Unfortunately, all of that gear weighed more than 50 lbs, but on the way back, we packed our boots separately, and the bag weighed in at 50 lbs on the nose. This is a great bag, and made packing for the trip and navigating through the airport exceptionally easy. The straps and pockets inside are well designed, and the bag is well padded to keep your gear safe.

Well done, Armada!

5 5

Great bag!

My friend and I were headed to AK for a ski trip and wanted to bring our own skis. This bag was highly recommended for many reasons, all of which were noticeably apparent early on. We were able to fit both pairs of skis (178's) and poles comfortably in the bag. The velcro straps do a great job of keeping the skis in place so when TSA checks your bag, they're not disturbing a careful pack job. I also fit my boots, pants and coat in the pockets and used my gloves and socks to cushion the bindings. One of the main pockets fit my shovel, probe and climbing skins and everything was under 50lbs. The airline we worked with allowed the ski bag as "gear" so we weren't charged oversize fees. The wheels were super helpful since a bag this size can be quite cumbersome when it's loaded down. I basically got all my stuff packed in this bag and my friend packed her boots, my helmet and our other gear in her checked bag. We were able to walk on the flight with just our carry on ski packs. The pockets are organized perfectly to evenly distribute gear and keep everything in place. This was my first experience traveling with skis but this bag made it so easy. There are also multiple handles which make it easy to maneuver the bag. I can't wait to use it again!

will this come back in stock??

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will this come back in stock??

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I bet you have to wait until the next season which begins in September. The GOOG shows some in stock at other retailers

https://www.google.com/search?q=armada+anchroage+ski+bag

5 5

Better than expected

After buying a new pair of fat skis that wouldn't fit in my old ski bag, I decided to go on the hunt for a new bag. Initially when I was searching, I went straight for the Dakine Concourse bag, but then looked at the price, I wasn't willing to spend $225 on another Dakine bag (my old one did it's job, but I felt it could be much better). I looked at the North Face one, again too expensive. Then I stumbled into this Armada one. Being pretty familiar with Armada (2 pairs of skis, and a jacket), I figured I'd go for this one. It was big enough for my new skis (165cm) and it looked like it could fit a bunch of clothes/outerwear. I got it in the mail a few days ago, and was really impressed. It's a lot roomier than I expected. It can definitely fit 2 pairs of skis, if not 3 (depends how your bindings interlock with each other). It has 2 straps on the inside for 2 pairs of poles. 4 pockets on the top section, only with zipper access from the inside. If you have smaller feet, My boots are a 25, you can fit both boots in one the mesh boot pockets, allowing you to have more storage space. If you were to do this, then you could easily fit the rest of your clothes for a weekend trip into the other 3 pockets. It has more handles on the outside than you can shake a stick at. No outside pockets though, which I haven't decided if its a pro or con. It's good if your heading on a plane and don't want airport staff rummaging through your bag, but it might be a hassle on those cold weekend trips when all you want to do is unzip the bag a bit and pull your skis out, rather than having to open up the whole bag. Only time will tell! But so far this bag is great, super impressed. Seems sturdy, the frame shouldn't collapse while rolling. Wheels seem great and quiet. More than enough pockets for all your gear. Get this one if your debating on a new bag. Can't wait to take this guy on an airplane next month!

How much does this weigh?

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