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For the free-wheelin' snowboarder.
Keep your quiver safe as you chase the endless winter around the globe. The Burton Wheelie Board Case is packing separate, fully-padded storage for multiple decks, removable boot and binding bags, and plenty of room for clothes, shoes, and the rest of the less-fun stuff that travels with you.
The fully padded Double Deck construction allows you to keep your main board with bindings on in the top compartment while you stash your backup decks in the bottom half. It also has removable boot and binding bags, as well as plenty of storage space for all your outerwear and accessories. Smooth-rolling Ixion skate wheels and a retractable handle make it easy to lug around from the Whistler airport to the streets of Salt Lake.
- External storage pockets
- Removable boot and binding bags
- Padded construction
- Lower board storage
- Lockable zipper pulls fit TSA-approved locks
- Ixion wheel system
- Item #BUR6196
- Q & A
Burton Wheelie Board Case
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This padded snowboard bag features lots of storage compartments, durable wheels and padding to keep your board protected from the dude that hates his job at the airlines. You know what I'm talking about- my bag ends up looking like a bus ran over it after a couple of trips. BUT this bag has been able to handle the wear and tear that TSA does to it. The wheels have been super durable and there are side compartments for my smelly clothes to keep away from my clean board. So far so good. Keep making quality bags Burton.
Burton Wheelie Board Case
How much does the 156cm bag weigh?
This may seem a bit weird, but is this bag foldable? I am curious whether I can fold it in my storage when I'm not using it.
Yes they are foldable
What size for a 155 board? Why wouldn't the 156 work. Seems like a big jump from 155 to 165.
For your 155cm board I'd definitely go for the 156cm bag. Is someone telling you that the 156cm wont work?
Shoot me an email with any questions!
One thing that would be beneficial to going with a little bit larger bag would be the additional space for your boots and gear. The 156cm would suffice and give you a bit of room, but also cramp the pack space you would have since it's a 1cm difference between the board and the bag. I personally use a 166 for my 153 and there is plenty of room to get all of my gear into it, so if that would be what you are looking to use it for I'd suggest going up a size to get space for your gear.
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My board is 159 cm. What size bag should I buy?
At 159cm the size you'd want for this bag would be the 166cm bag.
Shoot me an email if you've got any other questions.
Would a 156cm bag be okay for a 147cm snowboard? I was thinking I should get a 152cm bag...
With a 147cm board I'd say the 152cm bag would be the biggest you'd want to go with.
Shoot me an email anytime you have questions!
Any idea when the 166 in black will be...
Any idea when the 166 in black will be back in stock?
Unfortunately we do not have any more of the Burton Wheelie Board Case black 166cm in stock at the moment and no orders placed with Burton. Please check back with us around the middle of January if you haven't found an alternate source by then.
I'm looking for the true black in 166 as well, is there any chance you will place another order? Thanks
Mike - any update on availability? I don't care if it's black, I just need this in 166.
Hi! What is the weight of the 166 cm...
Hi! What is the weight of the 166 cm version? Thanks!
Most websites have it listed between 10 and 10.5 pounds.
Can you fit two boards and bindings in??
In response to email@example.com - Yes you can, with the stipulation that you're probably going to end up taking the bindings off of one board and laying that under the board with bindings already on it.
This bag is mostly geared towards people who take their main board and backup boards along with their gear set in the same bag.
If you're looking for a bag that can usually accomodate 2 boards with attached bindings, check out the Burton Wheelie Locker bag.