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The Dakine Fall Line Double Ski Bag safely guards two sets of powder sticks for your next Alaskan ski trip. A thick layer of padding throughout protects your planks from the dings and bumps of travel while two large external pockets house your ski boots.

  • 175cm Fall Line Double fits a maximum of two pairs of skis that are up to 175cm in length, ski poles, and boots
  • 190cm Fall Line Double fits a maximum of two pairs of skis that are up to 190cm in length, ski poles, and boots
  • High-quality urethane wheels and dual end carry handles make transport to and from the airport or hotel a cinch
  • Lockable zipper cars keeps preying fingers at bay while you travel
  • 600D polyester and 600D recycled PET fabrics offer solid durability, resistant abrasion, light protection from the elements, and eco-friendly good vibes
  • Full padding throughout offers superb protection for your babies against the dings and dents of travel
  • Two external pockets house your ski boots

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5 5

pack it in

  • Gender: Male

I design, build & travel w/rockered pow skis (~150mm underfoot) and this bag can carry up to 3 pairs (but only if the bindings are off and skis are stacked on the bottom of the bag). If your bindings are removed, you can also go down a bag size-- that is, if your skis are <189cm [as you pull the tape tip-to-tail] -for the 175cm max bag-- although Dakine still probably recommends the 190cm bag--or the 'Concourse'. Threaded inserts are the only way to go when you're trying to transport a quiver. Part of my issue with the bigger ski bags is the excess bulk & unneeded weight. Most pow skis are under 193cm, so the industry's current bag sizing is planning that you to juxtapose the skis so the bindings don't touch; thus creating a longer displacement in the bag. But if you remove the binders and stack them like a deck of cards, then...

The goal is to not tip the scale when you're at baggage check-in. The Dakine Fall Line Double ripstop cordura weighs ~8 lbs. versus most bags at 12-17lbs. -And then you add you're gear on top of that. Do the math, unless your airline has no weight limit, you're paying extra...

By packing better, I can use the Fall Line to fly up to 3 pairs of fat skis, 2 pairs of poles, boots, backcountry gear, all the ski clothing and all the accessories needed to fly anywhere in the world. Honestly, 2 pairs of sticks is enough tho. -And the bag is well-cushioned and proportionate then, with enough room for that stupid gift you picked up in Tokyo--or a handmade aikuchi sword... which can't go in your carry-on.

Snowboarders can remove their binders and pack for trips so easily. And the reason why is binding inserts on their boards. Skiers are over it; tired of lugging their gear loaded into bags in awkward, janky positions. Pow skis hardly fit into most ski racks; why would they efficiently pack into travel bags when they're mounted? If you're like me and have highly rockered skis, or simply want to pack better for trips, checkout www.bindingfreedom.com.

pack it in
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Nice review.. especially with the shout out to threaded inserts!

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I am shopping around for a ski bag and found the patterns very difficult to see. Here are a few I was interested in.
Really liking that Glacier Colorway now I can see that it's a topo map!!

4 5

Gets the job done

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've used this bag for one trip to Europe and two trips to SLC, and it kept my skis and boots nicely protected from the baggage handling and TSA cretins. Durability seems good, and the wheels are great for the long walk from the long term parking lot. My only complaint is that I wish there was an intermediate size... the 190 has about 8" of flop on my 174cm skis, but since I also have a pair of 178s I didn't want to go with the 175 length.

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Hey, another AndyM here! Next time go for the 175, your long skis will fit (15cm = 6", and you say you have 8" to spare).

Does this bag have a shoulder strap?

Does this bag have a shoulder strap?

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No. This bag does not have a shoulder strap. Just carry handles on the bottom, middle and top.

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I've never wanted a shoulder strap with my wheeled bag.

How do you actually put the skis in the...

How do you actually put the skis in the bag? Do they go in base down under the loose flap. According to person at Dakine they say don't lift the padded section that moves, place on top of the padding and use the Velcro to secure. What extra Velcro?

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usually you want to lay the skis on their side (put together just like you would carry them, or keep them in the garage) with the tips toward the top, bases together, and topsheets facing the outsides of the bag. Once you have all the skis in there that you are packing, there are straps on the sides of the bag that you would put over the skis and velcro together to keep the skis snug and prevent them from moving around.

5 5

Sweeet

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This bag is awesome. I can fit three pairs of skis in this bag and some poles and jackets and clothes no problem. Wheel are super burly and the pockets on top are super useful.

Could this bag fit one pair of skis and a...

Could this bag fit one pair of skis and a snowboard?

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tara,
While the DAKINE Fall Line Double Ski Bag will fit two pair of skis, I wouldn't recommend it for snowboards at all because of its narrow width. With the right board I imagine you could make it fit, but generally this bag is going to be too narrow. More often people find a better fit for a mixed setup by putting skis and snowboard in a snowboard bag, which gives you the added benefit of room for your other gear.

4 5

Dakine - Can't Go Wrong!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've had a Dakine backpack for 5 years and only had a buckle broken from a gnarly fall. My friends have used this bag for our trips from the Midwest to Colorado and Utah, never having a problem. I enjoyed the Hood color selection a lot and had to pick one up. Will easily fit my 2 pairs of skis, as well as clothing.

5 5

Really Nice Bag!
Really Nice Bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Great bag! Fits both my everday ski 180cm and powder ski 185cm, 2 sets of poles and could fit boots (never put boots under plane!) Great look and excellent quality!

5 5

The Only Way to Travel with Your Skis

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This bag is awesome. Used it for 2 months on an extended trip. Put all the sharps in this bag plus lots and lots of Pro Bars. The bag never ripped, everything was safe even after a few flights. I did wrap my bindings in a towel just because they are precious and expensive. Totally expected my ice axe, whippet, and pickets to go through the bag at some point and that never happened (did not use guards). Bomber bag, we also fit 2 pairs of ski boots in the external pockets.

1 5

no straps = deal breaker

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

No straps inside the bag to keep your skis from bouncing around inside seems like a deal-breaker for anyone that cares about their skis when putting them under an airplane. Needless to say i took one look inside and sent it straight back.

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This is a bag, not a box. How could strapping skis to the inside of a bag possibly matter? To prevent one pair of skis from striking the other, you would need the ability to strap all skis into one single, tight bundle - a feature I have never seen.

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No straps for a double bag? That's not smart. Thanks for the heads up, definitely not the bag for me!

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threaded inserts really help the pack job. And you could go down a bag size because you're not offsetting your skis on their sides. In addition, not having the binders attached during travel allows a tighter pack job, and allows tighter placement around other gear, maybe 1 less pair of binders with an extra heel/toe of the same kind for the trip...i.e., internal straps are basically added weight you probably won't need. No one wants to lug a huge coffin around with skis in an awkward, janky position. Rockered skis are a total pain in their mounted state as-is; I go threaded inserts all the way now. Checkout www.bindingfreedom.com

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One of the straps in my Concourse is broken and I don't miss it. Just pack stuff that you were gonna bring anyway in there around the skis and you're set. 1 star seems a bit harsh for some awesome kit.

5 5

Awesome bag for traveling!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Got the Fall Line Double for a recent summer ski trip to Chile and the bag worked great. I got the 190 length and it had plenty of room for my 183 Bentchetlers and all my clothing and gear. Although I only took one pair of skis on my trip, the bag easily fit both my 183 Bentchetlers with Dukes and my 193 Rocker 2 122 with some room for poles and clothing. The construction seemed sturdy, there was no damage from airline travel and the handles all seemed sturdy. The bag is fully padded which is great for traveling protection, but it still can fold up for easier storage. The locking carriages on the zippers allowed for easy locking to keep my boards safe. There are no internal pockets or dividers which doesn't really bother me, but if you are looking for more internal divisions for perfect packing look at the Dakine Concourse. I carried my boots as carry on so I can't make any observations on that, but Dakine claims ski boots will only fit in the outside pockets with 2 pairs of skis if the skis are placed in the bag side by side with bottoms down.

What is the country of manufacture for...

What is the country of manufacture for this ski bag? Thanks