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NOT big enough for snow gear
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I was hoping I could use this for ski & board boots. Neither kind would fit in the end pocket at all, and both *might* squeeze into the main bag. Forget about adding a helmet & goggles. If I needed a carry-on it'd be good, but I don't. Also, I'd like another side pocket and/or a bigger inside pocket that might hold more than a set of keys & wallet.
Will the medium size fit under an airline...
Will the medium size fit under an airline seat?
Depends on class and airline, but generally, I would say no. Too long. It's definitely going to be fine as a carry-on, but under seat storage is usually limited to that extra "personal item" like a laptop, small pack, briefcase or purse.
This is a great bag, a little larger than a standard carry on. Durability is good and the bag holds its shape very well.
Great bag, Got the whole matching set.
Dakine makes great bags to suit all your needs. This bag is durable and easily stored. I use it as a weekend/overnight bag. It holds everything and the shoulder strap makes it very comfortable to transport around.
Great Overall Bag
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I've used this bag on weekend trips to Tahoe, and recently took it for a 2.5 week adventure to Ecuador and the Galapagos Islands (mind you, I tried to pack really light for this particular trip). Not only did the bag do the trick, but it was the easiest thing to spot at baggage checks. I'm thinking of getting the rolling version for longer, more leisurely trips.
Awesome bag :)
- Gender: Female
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I got this bag to transport my snow sports gear. To give you an idea of the size of the medium bag, I can easily fit my ski boots, snowboard boots,goggles case, and snowboarding helmet (in the end pocket) all in the bag!
Also, if I was going out of town for more than a week, I wouldn't rely only on this bag (I'd take a second, or use the large eq bag).
Not bad for the price
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
It is a good looking bag, but the material is thin and feels like plastic. I would definitely buy another bag here. The prices are very reasonable, and I am sure the bag will hold out. The straps on the bag are thick, strong and have lots of padding.
Versatile and durable bag
I love this bag - use it for weekend trips, as my carry-on for longer trips, and it's great for going to the gym. The strap is really comfortable, and it's a really durable material. I like the side compartment - perfect for separating toiletries and keeping shampoo/body wash upright!
I got the Lolani print and it is really pretty. This bag fits as much stuff as my old Adidas bag did. The shoulder strap is curved, so it really only feels comfortable on your shoulder if the bag is turned the right way.
Glad I found this Dakine bag
After reading the reviews I had pretty high expectations on this one ... and I definitely love it! I got the Sierra color, and it is so pretty! It has the perfect size to carry all my gym stuff and still having room enough on it. It is also great for weekend trips. Love the shoulder strap since it makes it so easy to carry and so gentle with your shoulders.
Can you fit snowboard boots and a helmet...
Can you fit snowboard boots and a helmet in this bag?
Yeah, that should be no problem.
Just bought this bag and I already love it! It will be perfect to put my ski stuff in. There is just enough room to put my sweaters, helmet, gloves, and all the other extras. I might have to get another one for weekend trips!
The illest duffel there ever was.
It's perfect for weekend trips, I have used it alot and love it. It's cute, just the right size, and has held up well so far. Really happy with it. I love the neon yellow details, it's a great unexpected touch, and it looks great with the black. Super rad!!
This bag is so awesome. Used it for a 4 day trip to Philly. Was able to fit a pair of knee high boots, a peacoat, and 4 outfits in there (including sweaters). Plus several toiletries. Side pocket was perfect for easy access to my clear plastic bag of liquids that you need to take out quickly at the airline. Was perfect as a carry on bag. No baggage fees for me!
I got this bag about a month ago and I have to say it meets all my expectations. It's the perfect size for a weekend trip. I have room for all my essentials (4-5 outfits, blow dryer, straightener, shoes) plus a little extra. The only complaint I have about this bag is that it only has one pocket, which on the side of it. I wish this bag had a few more pockets but other than that I have nothing bad to say about it. Get this bag!
I snagged this baby up in Vivene Plaid to match my Dakine Boot Bag (http://www.dogfunk.com/dakine-boot-bag-1800cu-in-womens) so I can tote my gear to the ski house each weekend AND be stylish. This is an average-sized duffel bag, so depending on how well you pack it will hold a lot, or a little. This will definitely hold all your gear for a weekend on the slopes plus your apres ski wear. It's a nice, tough favbric, and has an almost rubber-like coating on the inside to help prevent extra wear. A great buy. Snag one up.
This bag is Sweeeeeet!
Many good things to say about this bag. I love the material, the inside side of it is some kind of easy to clean vinyl. It's definitely well made and high quality. I was on the fence about buying the medium size, as I wanted something large but I'm totally satisfied with all the room it has. I went on a camping vacation for a week and fit all my clothes in there, I'm an over packer so that was prob something like 10 tees, 10 tanks, 5 dresses, 3 skirts, 2 jeans, 2 shorts, some workout clothes, socks and undies, 3 swimsuits, sweatpants, and 2 sweaters. Give or take. :-) It can easily hold a lot. Someone asked about the side pocket, that is a good size too and you can easily fit a pair of sneakers in it. My only 2 complaints are 1. no extra pockets (other then the side) and 2. The Lolani design wasn't posted when I bought mine a few months back (it is sweet)!!! I bought the Tartan though and I totally love it. :-)
I ordered the Avalon and I love it! I went on a weekend trip and everything fit in the bag. Approiximatelty 5 shirts, 3 pairs of shorts, 1 pair of jeans, 1 pair of sneakers, 2 pairs of sandals, a dress, and a few others things. The picture does not do the bag justice!
I love this bag! I work as a snowboard instructor and it is the perfect size for me to chuck my riding jacket, pants, lunch, extra gloves and beanies in for work (and I can still cram it into my locker!) I'm super obsessed with the Devin Checks pattern now and will probably pick up a backpack with the same print.