Description

Straight-forward snowboard storage.

You don't want to get stuck with a broken deck or a park board on a pow day during your next road trip, so keep your backup decks handy and crisp with the Burton Space Sack. The main compartment has room for several unmounted decks, and the tough 600D polyester fabric keeps them from getting dented and dinged along the way.

  • 600D polyester fabric
  • Multiple board capacity
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Carrying handle

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Can the Burton Digi Plaid hold one board with bindings, a pair of boots, some clothing like my jacket and pant?

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Sounds like this bag is definitely capable of that! Check out some of the earlier comments/reviews of this bag. Roxie said, "Holds a board with bindings, size 13 boots, jacket, pants, helmet, goggles."

Can this bag hold 2 snowboards with bindings? I'm moving so it needs to be able to hold 2 on a plane. Should I get a padded bag instead?

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It's designed to hold one board with bindings and one without. You should be able to fit it all in if you take the bindings off one of the boards, and stack them on the board that still has the bindings attached. Padded is definitely better and more protective of your boards, but generally a higher price tag too.

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Thank you very much for you help and advice.

5 5

Hippies love it.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

My hippie friends always complement on my bag when I move my board from town to town. The zippers are perfect, and the storage space is excellent. It protects my snowboard, 'nuff said.

5 5

SUPER straightforward storage

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

Bought this bag for my son for afterschool trips. Holds a board with bindings, size 13 boots, jacket, pants, helmet, goggles. Oh yeah, and snacks (he's 14 after all!) Great price for a superb product!

5 5

Great for a great price

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

I bought two of these to go on a trip to Colorado. Needed a bag for flight. It's a well made bag with no padding or extra pockets but It's perfect for what I need it for, just getting the damn board on the plane. The rasta is pretty sweet looking.

Will a board with bindings fit in this...

Will a board with bindings fit in this bag?

Does anyone know the length of this bag?...

Does anyone know the length of this bag? The specs list a few options but I don't see any options when you buy. Want to make sure it's long enough

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Ha ha! forget it, I see the choices, my ipad hid them! Sorry!

Is this bag ok for flying?

Is this bag ok for flying?

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I have flown with this bag before and it works ok. There isn't any padding, so if you are doing a lot of travel I would suggest stepping it up to a padded bag. I just added some clothes to help. I only fly with my board for one trip a year at most so it would be great for that, but if you are doing more I would say to go with a padded option like the Burton Gig Bag, the Dakine Tour, or the Dakine Freestyle.

Can I fit my boots and other stuff in it...

Can I fit my boots and other stuff in it also?

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It's over two feet tall, so you should have plenty of room as long as you don't fill it with boards.