Stylie gear storage.
- Tarp-lined boot compartment doubles as changing mat to keep socks clean
- Padded shoulder strap for comfortable carry
- Top-compartment zipper so you can grab small items without unzipping entire bag
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- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Got two of these... The bag is so big it holds both my daughters boots in the bottom and their helmets , pants, gloves and jackets in the top.
Perfect bag to keep everything organized and ready to go when you are bailing out of the house on a Friday night for the weekend skiing.
Great size bag for ski gear
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Bought this for an 8 female skier. Keeps all her stuff neat and organized seperate pocket for wet boots is essential to keep her gloves pants and helmet dry.
Versatile and Durable Bag
I've had one of these for over two years now, and just bought one for my wife. These bags are fantastic for extended ski trips. The whole design of the bag works better than anything else I've seen on the market.
The boot storage is huge and can accomodate most boots (I wear a size 13 shoe so my boots are fairly large). The durable and waterproof liner on the inside makes it easy to just toss your boots in at the end of the day without worrying about them getting your other stuff wet.
The gear storage section on top of the boot bay is also quite large, I can typically fit my snow pants, jacket, gloves, toque, goggles, and extra gear inside quite easily and since the bood bay is fairly water proof my stuff stays nice and dry.
I'd highly recommend this bag to just about anyone who asked, stop looking at other ski bags and just grab one of these.
Where has this been my whole life? Great style, great quality and huge storage capacity. Drug this baby through a 60 day season and still looks like new. A great way to keep your stuff organized when you'd rather be shredding than futzing around in the parking lot getting ready.
I didn't expect the bag to be so huge but it is huge. I can fit my gears plus my sister's gears into the bag, which does include both of our boots, pants, jackets, gloves, thermals, etc. It's very convenient especially for travel.
Would the bag qualify as a carry on item...
Would the bag qualify as a carry on item on the airplane or is it too big?
This bag is 50 linear inches. Most airlines allow bags 45 to 50 inches, so it will depend on the airline.
I just bought one of these for my wife.
The label says that it's 20x15x14.
I measured hers and it is 21" long, 16" wide but the depth can be adjusted depending on how much you fill it.
If you fill it all the way, my wife's would be 13.5" high (depth).
So obviously the claimed dimensions are either off or there is a manufacturing tolerance.
the boot compartment is about 5.5" and the top compartment is about 8", totaling 13.5.
Check the link for airline carry-on restrictions...
Have people been able to count this as the...
Have people been able to count this as the airline's boot bag? I recently had trouble with a similar bag (not made by a ski company but with a drop bottom) that the airline said wasn't an "approved boot bag". The airline hasn't been able to clarify what that means and says they can make a judgement call.
It probably depends on the airline. Delta has no size limits or description simply that a ski bag and boot bag are considered one bag if the combined weight is less than 50 pounds. I've had very few problems over the past few years wih a simliar bag. I've been overweight and they waited patiently while I transferred some stuff. another time I got someone that started to tell me that it wasn't a "boot bag" and I told her that the Delta website doesn't define what a boot bag is but I consider a helmet necessary ski gear as well that is what the top compartment is for. She quickly dropped the argument. It was as if she had a mental lapse and then came to her senses.
It's pretty big but it did great in the airport and fit all my gear.
Great gear bag
Love this bag. Packed my boots, helmet, goggles, ski pants, couple of pair of ski underwear tops and bottoms, socks, and some other accessories I crammed in the bare spots. It was still way under the allowable weight and manageable with the shoulder strap attached if needed. I checked it as it's probably not going to fit in most overheads but you could measure the height and try if it's not crammed full.
This is a great bag! It's bigger than I thought it was going to be so when I first got it I was a little skeptical but as I started packing things into it the size was great to have. For snowboarding it's awesome, I throw all of my stuff in it, boots in the bottom and all of my clothes plus helmet and goggles up top. I travel a lot too and while I'm on the road I put my workout gear (shoes, resistance bands, workout dvd's, sweaty clothes, etc) in the bottom and all of my clean stuff up top. At first, I wish that it had some organizing pockets, but after using it I don't mind their absence. The tarp lining is awesome in case anything explodes and for wet boots in the bottom. Love this bag and super happy I got it. Don't let the size stop you, it's large and in charge when it comes to lugging your gear around.
Can this bag really hold ski boots, a...
Can this bag really hold ski boots, a helmet, pants, mid layer, and socks? I'm looking for a medium size bag to carry my boots and gear. I have been very unsuccessful however.
There's plenty of room for everything - goggles, helmet, gloves, jacket and pants if need be.
The bag was slightly bigger than i thought but it can be used as a overnight bag for non snow related activities. It can pretty much fit most of your gear in it. It has both a shoulder strap and shorter carry handles as seen in the picture.
Great bag! Love the seperate compartment for the boots to keep the rest of my stuff dry. Lots of space in the top compartment- I fit my helemt, pants, jacket, socks, gloves with room for more
Does this have an over the shoulder strap?...
Does this have an over the shoulder strap? Also with the storage compartment for the boots, does it have something to separate them so your ski boots don't clank against each other?
It does have an over the shoulder strap. There is no separating bar in the bottom but you could always roll up a pair of old socks or t-shirt to do the trick. There is a lot of room in this bag!
Does this bag have a strap that can slip...
Does this bag have a strap that can slip over the handle of the Dakine Split Large Roller bag so that you can sit it on top of the split bag & not fall off?
My wife loves the bag. Boots fit great and there is plenty of room for all her gear for the mountain.
Does this bag have a shoulder strap for...
Does this bag have a shoulder strap for carrying?
Dakine boot bag is awsome to keep your boots in perfect size so they don't hit together when you walk, a little big, but good because it fits alot with the huge pocket on the top
The DAKINE site shows this bag with snowboard...
The DAKINE site shows this bag with snowboard boots in the bottom compartment. Does this bag fit ski boots too?
For sure. It will carry either type of boot.
Anyone know if this is ok as a carry-on...
Anyone know if this is ok as a carry-on for flights, or if everything holds up ok in checked luggage? I usually carry boots on but thought this may be a little too big. Thanks!
If totally full its a bit of a tight squeeze, but it does fit and i have taken mine as a carry on many times.