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The Burton Wheelie Gig Bag holds two snowboards or one board with bindings for your shredding vacations.

Stash your quiver in the Burton Wheelie Gig Bag and get ready to surf the pow or ride the rails. This rolling snowboard bag holds two planks (with bindings removed) so you're set for whatever snow conditions you encounter. If you're only traveling with one board, pack the board with bindings attached in the Wheelie Gig Bag. Full padding protects your boards, so you don't have to give the baggage handlers threatening looks, and an outer boot/binding pocket holds extra gear. Thanks to the custom skate wheel assembly, it's easy to roll the Burton Wheelie Bag through the airport, across the parking lot, and into the ski lodge. The zipper pulls fit TSA-approved locks (not included). *Available for US shipment only.**DISCONTINUED**

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4 5

Great

Can hold ALOT of stuff. I have fit in 3 or 4 boards, two sets of bindings, helmet, gloves, jacket and a bunch of other stuff. The only downside is that it is not super padded, so try to put anything along the edges of your board to protect it if flying. United somehow smashed the edge of my board in about 1/8" last year flying from JH to denver. Looks like the smacked the edge on a rail or something.

However, I have flown on 4 trips with this bag, and it is still holding up well.

5 5

Giggidy Giggidy, alright

I was a bit suprized at how nice this bag is especially for the price. Plenty of room for all the gear, and the bonus board tool was pretty darn cool. Can't wait to hit Whistler in December and I'm traveling from Florida so we will see how well this bag holds up...

5 5

Takes you to any Gig

If your gig is slashing pow all over, then this bag works. I used to have an old board bag which was tough to carry and the edges ripped through the bag. I flew to Lake Tahoe and drove out to Crested Butte this winter and the bag was durable and easy in the airport. The 166 fit three snowboards, two bindings, one pair of boots, and even had room for a jacket and pants. The bag is well padded and is lined to keep contents safe from variable weather conditions wether its rain or snow. I highly recommend this bag!

4 5

Big bag, skateboard wheels not "fruit booter" wheels

Nice big bag. Skateboard wheels make it more stable and less clunky on the sidewalk cracks than the standard roller blade wheels. I am excited to use this new bag after Delta Airlines destroyed my other snowboard bag. They replaced it... luckily nothing else was destroyed. current scores is Delta Airlines 0 padded bags 1.

Note to travelers avoid the Atlanta International Airport at any cost. Delta destroyed two new snowboard bags on the trip home and both bags where completely soaked on the destination flight. (still dripping water after a 11 hour flight and 4 hour bus ride) all the contents inside were soaked as well.

5 5

THE BEAST!

Geeze this thing is huge (181 bag)...i took a 2 day trip to snowbird and was able to bring 1 board with bindings, and everything else i could possibly need for two days on and off the snow, no carry on!...no hassle, and i wasnt worried about any of my stuff cuz its nicley padded. the bag itself weighs 5 pounds, and it was supprisingly easy to stay under the 50 pound limit. Shoulder strap is just kinda peice of crap, uncomfortable and the padding pointless, but thats why it has wheels, which are very convienent. The board has no spine which is bad when youre using it, because rollin can be akward, but great when youre not using it because it can fold into thirds and put away...its a good, not great, bag

4 5

THE BEAST!

Geeze this thing is huge (181 bag)...i took a 2 day trip to snowbird and was able to bring 1 board with bindings, and everything else i could possibly need for two days on and off the snow, no carry on!...no hassle, and i wasnt worried about any of my stuff cuz its nicley padded. the bag itself weighs 5 pounds, and it was supprisingly easy to stay under the 50 pound limit. Shoulder strap is just kinda peice of crap, uncomfortable and the padding pointless, but thats why it has wheels, which are very convienent. The board has no spine which is bad when youre using it, because rollin can be akward, but great when youre not using it because it can fold into thirds and put away...its a good, not great, bag

5 5

good for at least two seasons

you can fit more than two boards in this without bindings plus still have room for gear. i've had no problems whatsoever in two seasons except a little wear on the bottom. ya' hear that, baggage handlers, yer' dinging my gear!

Test 1: 1Man/1 Board/3+ Days

Test 1: 1Man/1 Board/3+ Days

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Current contents: 181 Bag
-3 Shell jackets
-1 Synthetic inulation jacket (BULKY)
-2 Shell Pants
-1 Synthetic insulation pant (BULKY)
-1 Helmet
-2 Goggles
-1 Pair Boots
-1 Snowboard (155) with bindings attached
-Total weight: 40 Lbs.

-I dont know about you but when i go on a trip i usually just bring one board and all my chothes cuz c'mon, stuff does get wet. Now granted i didnt bring everything for an exteded trip but there was plety room to spare for little things like beanies and bandanas and tools, definitly, maybe even a softshell and a few baselayers...i just packed the essentials.

-Also im not an ulrtalight hiker or anything and i like my stuff baggy so everything in there is pretty bulky and heavy and it still all fit very nicley...no extreme measures were used to pack; no stuff sacks, no vaccum bags, no sitting on the bag and zipping it up, but everything is just simply folded nicley. this is a HUGE bag

3 5

be careful

over all, it is a good bag with lots of room.. i could fit 2 board decks a pair of bindings and my size 13 boots and still had extra room for a lot of my clothes.. however, dont pack it too tight, because the zippers will either rip off of the fabric (on the small front pocket) or the "heavy-duty" zippers on the main compartment will literally break off. GOOD BAG, just not as heavy duty as it seems, so be careful

4 5

Great Value!

Nice bag with skate board weels! Real cool design. For $70 your not going to get much more out of a bag.

3 5

Decent

This is your basic snowboard bag. I bought the 166 and I could easily fit 3-5 snowboards in it (w/o bindings). Wheels are a thicker plastic and are designed for use in airports.
My only gripe is with the zippers. They are a cheap plastic and both snapped with just a couple uses. Easily fixed but wimpy construction nonetheless.

5 5

Sick Bag.

This bag is nice and looks even better. I had a 181 Burton bag before that worked fine, but it was too big. This bag is awesome and seems to be well made.

5 5

Board Bag

Got both mine and my brother's board, boots, and bindings in this bag. It was a tight fit but it did the trick.

5 5

Great Bag

Awesome bag. Constructed very well. Has plenty of room to put your boots and jack and pants in it.

3 5

ok...just ok

purchased in dec for my trip to jackson hole. fit everything needed and everything went there and back to san diego unharmed...however.. coming off the plain i noticed a hole/tear the size of the dime on the ass end of the bag (by the wheels)it was the thin material at the "hinge" area of the top cover, opposite of the zipper. the material is thinner in this area acts as a hinge to ease the opening of the top( i assume) i liked the locking pulls and the red plaid however i was dissapointed with the quality..great for the price tho, if this doesnt happen to you

5 5

Held up well!!

I just returned from a Detroit-to-Utah-and-back trip and used this bag to hold my board, boots, helmet, and lots of extra layers. It held everything so that all I had to pack otherwise was a small carry-on! I did purchase a luggage strap to wrap around the middle, just in case, but despite a little wear-and-tear on the fabric, this bag held up great, the wheels were super helpful and it was the perfect size to hold lots of gear and THEN some. Highly recommended, esp if you can catch in on Brociety for $40!!!

5 5

WHEELE GIG,.... OUTSTANDING ! !

This bag is a lifesaver.... i put my board with bindings still attached, two pair of boots, two helmets,two jackets, crashpads, three pair of jeans, two shirts, two belts, gloves, and it all fit perfectly,..... and its like it weighed nothing as a result of the conveinent wheels. I LOVE THIS BAG ! ! ! ! Thanks DogFunk for the un beatable price to boot

1 5

Durability? Great Burton Warranty? Not Here

Bought this bag two days before a trip out west - please note this bag is advertised as a bag designed for air travel, and to endure the rigors associated with it...this bag tore the very first trip on which I ever used it, even though I wrapped the board in blankets, etc.

I inquired to Burton about a repair or replacement and they basically gave me a big F.U. (didn't even respond to my email, and told my local supplier to simply tell me too bad) - evidently their warranty policy has changed and this situation is now the buyers problem

IMO, Burton has gotten so big they no longer care about the individual buyers - needless to say I will no longer be purchasing Burton products, and I suggest you stay away from this one until they revisit the design/manufacture process for this bag and improve it to withstand the use it is designed/advertised for

Can you get two boards with bindings in...

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Can you get two boards with bindings in this bag? If not do you have one that i can?

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yeah if you take the bindings off one board and stick em somewhere else in the bag, and theres plenty of space to put em

5 5

Highly Recommended

xmas gift for my 24 year old daughter. LOVED IT! Held her and her brother's board (took his bindings off but not hers), both sets of boots and her jacket to Steamboat Springs and back. No problem w/airlines. Neon camo good for either gender.

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