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Hey, just wondering if the 2009 gig bag...
Hey, just wondering if the 2009 gig bag is any good for air travel?
The Gig bag is great. It is padded, has room for your board, boots, and bindings. You can even fit your outerwear in there. If you don't want to carry it on your shoulder, then upgrade to the the wheelie gig bag, http://www.backcountry.com/burton-wheelie-gig-bag
I wasinterested in this bag, but I am not...
I wasinterested in this bag, but I am not a fan of the color pink! Do you know if there are any more colors??
There's black, but this bag is getting discontinued, so what's in there right now is all you get.
you can get the updated season of the same bag here:
Not discounted, but way more colors and sizes to choose from!!!
Or drop in to that bag with wheels here:
My board is a 154 will it be okay to get...
My board is a 154 will it be okay to get a 156 sized board bag?
Sure will, it has plenty of padding and you can fit more junk in there with the extra room.
Burton Gig Bag
Great bag for your snowboard to pack everything needed for a day of fun on the mountain.
I purchased the 156 for my 154 snowboard and there seems to be plenty of room to spare. Great buy and price.
Highly recommended for others for storage of board in the off season, travel, and carrying.
What size bag do I need if I have a 149...
What size bag do I need if I have a 149 board with bindings?
is too big???
theres people that would disagree with me but i would grab the biggest size possible, that is if you are using it for air travel...a snowboard bag is a big thing already, so you might as go all out. and the great thing is you can fit a helmet, pair of boots, or any other large object in the front or back of the bag. and there will just be more room in general.
BURTON GIG BAG - DOES THE JOB
I bought this board with intentions for taking it on a plane and travelling. It's got enough padding and wrapping a jacket around the edges is more than enough. Fit's all my gear: board with bindings, jacket, pants, gloves, goggles, boots, and a helmet.... that's a 156cm bag with a 151cm board though. I loved the bag so much I bought one for my boyfriend. However, the 166cm bag was a tight fit for his 161cm wide board with bindings. We simply removed the bindings when flying and we were able to throw in his board, bindings, boots (size10 mens), gloves, and an outfit. The zippers have grommets so we can throw a lock on it... Only reason I removed a star is because the outer accessory pocket wasn't lockable and there wasn't one inside the bag to make up for it. It also comes with skateboard straps... but useless for people like us who don't skateboard. Overall, we are pleased with the bag.
This bag is so sick, it's diseased.
Got this bag for my first board, and it has performed brilliantly.
I got a 166 for my 158 board, and it just fits. I can leave the bindings on, and place a pair of boots, my helmet, goggles, pants and jacket inside as well. The side pocket has all my little gear, plus two pairs of gloves and a couple of hats. This bag is ROOMY. It also has good padding built in, so your gear doesn't need extra protection inside.
The detachable shoulder strap is great for slogging through the airport (flew with it twice, nothing inside got a scratch). There's a nice bagtag built-in with velcro cover in case the airline loses your gear (the bag survived that too). Oh, and I also strapped it to the top of a car for a trip through the Mojave, and it picked up plenty of nasty bug hits, but the exterior material is heavy duty, so this stuff was easily washed off.
This bag is ridiculous value for money, and a true survivor. Trust your board with nothing less!
works like a charm
bought this bag for a trip out west, and it was exactly what i wanted. i could easily fit my board, my boots, my coat, my pants, and even my gloves and goggles inside. it was easy to transport through the airport too.
for such a nice sale price, i would highly recommend the gig bag.
Great bag for the buck!
WOW! This bag is so cool!! My Burton Custom board fits great in it! I also love the polka square design one I got! :P
Burton Gig Bag
It's an awsome bag, I bought it because I was travelling with my board for the first time. And I was able to take one board w/ bindings and two with out plus one pair of loose bindings and my boots, along with my gloves and gogles.
Well padded and lots of room. I got the 156 (my board is a 154) and it still has tons of room for boots, clothes, and all kinds of stuff. It seems to be incredibly well padded, so your stuff doesn't get banged up - good for the car, even better for those who are taking it on a plane. Nice adjustable shoulder strap as well as hand strap, and also an ID slot.
I am so glad I purchased this bag. I do a lot of road trips up to Vermont and it was able to hold my board w/ bindings attached, boots, 2 pairs of snow pants, underlayers, socks, gloves, hats, fleece and jacket and still have room left over. I bought the electroclash and I love the color. The bag has enough padding so my gear doesn't get ruined.
Solid bag, but lookout if you're a sasquatch
I have a Donek 170 with large Burton P1.1s on it and it just *barely* fits in the 176cm bag. The length is good, but the width of the bindings makes it a tight squeeze. No complaints about the bag at all. I just wanted to make sure that those of us that aren't munchkins knew what to expect. ;)
great bag fits my board great big pockets for wutever u want i would buy it again
not bad at all
super spacious, lots of room for extra stuff like boots, pants, jacket and all the rest. looks pretty sweet too.
Great bag, padded, lots of room
I like this bag a lot! It's very padded and seems very durable. Nice extra pocket and a heavy duty padded arm strap.
What size bag do I need if I have a 162W...
What size bag do I need if I have a 162W board with bindings?
the 166cm would work perfectly
good bag good price
I'll update this some more after I see how the bag stands up to baggage men, but as far as walking around the subways and jumping on buses in the bag is great. Should strap is comfortable, and the padding removes that awful clanking sound I used to make when I smashed my board into the wall. I can easily fit a board, bindings, and my boots in the bag.
i have a 154 cm board wide. would it fit...
i have a 154 cm board wide. would it fit in the 156 bag well also do you know how much it will cost to bring this from Georgia to Denver or Salt Lake City on delta
I looked this up a while ago (flying delta from STL to SLC in a bit) - they aren't charging excess baggage fees for the gear yet, so as long as it's under 50lbs you just pay the checked bag fee.
i have a 154 cm board would it fit in the...
i have a 154 cm board would it fit in the 156 bag well also do you know how much it will cost to bring this from Georgia to Denver or Salt Lake City on delta
Yeah that board will fit just fine in the 156cm board bag. As far as cost you can go on any airline site and it will tell you how they handle those things.