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Show everyone how high you roll.

We don't advise you to use the fully padded, Dakine High Roller Snowboard Bag to transport your Cristal, but you can trust it to protect your board, bindings, boots and all the other snowboarding bling you pack into the split-level design. Stuff the three exterior pockets with your boots, goggles, baselayers, and beanies, knowing that when you close the bag they'll mesh in between, and around, your still-mounted bindings. Dakine made it possible to throw a lock on the zippers to keep the haters from stealing those hot goggles you just picked up. Roll up to the terminal in style with the help of the High Roller's urethane wheels and end handles.

  • Fully padded for maximum gear safety
  • Exterior access boot pockets allow you to get your wet boots and gear in and out without stinking up the rest of your gear
  • Dual-end carry handles make for easy direction changes
  • Locking zippers keep things from popping out and can be locked for added security

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Cavernous but heavy

  • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I'm a big fan of Dakine bags, and have been using an EQ duffel for years with no signs of wear, so I didn't think twice about getting this one for a trip to Snowbird with the lady. This bag is well padded, and definitely built to last.

We brought a 157cm board, 155cm skis, poles, and two pairs of boots. I don't remember her boot size, but I wear a 10.5 and we put a pair in each pocket. At this point we were right on the 50lb limit, so I couldn't add anything else without forking over a fortune in overweight fees. If weight wasn't a concern, we could have both put jackets, pants, baselayers, gloves, poles, goggles, and running gear for those cross training days. While it has room for everything, you'll end up with lots of wasted space because of the weight. If I had to do it again, I'd buy the low roller for the hardgoods, and supplement with carry-ons for everything else.

If you have status or a credit card that ups the weight limit, this would be a killer bag, otherwise go with something lighter.

Unanswered Question

I have size 14 boots with a 165 snowboard will the 175 be enough room? It's been hard trying to find a bag big enough for my boots


If only overweight fees didn't matter...

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I returned this product before using it

First off: this bag is awesome. It's durable. It's strong. IT'S HUGE! It has tons of padding, all the way around (even for the top compartment). The wheels are big and tough, yet they roll as smooth as butter. I've owned the Dakine Low Roller also and I can say, Dakine makes excellent products. The boot compartments fit my size 14 boots (one in each compartment) with ample space left over for other gear. I put two complete setups in (two 162W boards + two sets of large bindings), two big jackets, two snowboard pants, my helmet, gloves, three goggles, and a few shirts, and there is still LOADS of space left in here. It's probably a little over half-way full. For real, I could pack at least 35 more pounds of clothes/gear in here.

Here's the problem. This bag is actually TOO big. If overweight airline fees weren't an issue, I'd go with this bag 10/10 times. But we live in a world where overweight fees are absolutely a factor. On the vast majority of airlines (here in the States anyway) you're better off checking a second bag, than checking a single over-weight bag. I have this thing barely over half-way full, and it's pushing 50lbs. There are other bags out there that are a little smaller (READ: LIGHTER), that can carry just as much gear. I kinda blew this factor off when choosing this bag, and I definitely regret it.

I was deciding between this, and a few Burton bags (Wheelie Board Case, Wheelie Gig) both of which are smaller, and after seeing how hyper-massive this is, I'm going to trade it out for one of those. At this point it's about practicality.

If you don't care about overweight airline fees, and you want a very large and excellently-made bag, this is your boy. But for the rest of us, I have to recommend against it.

I don't say this often, but I need to find a smaller bag.


Da Kind mon

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Very nice bag. Only thing that would make it better is wheelzzzzz


Built better than my apartment

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Two weeks in Alaska then four months in New Zealand. Took the bag (175cm) on many flights, buses, up and down stairs, walked through cities in rain, locked it to hostel beds, it's been excellent. Nice durable wheels. I was able to fit a splitboard (162cm), solid board (153cm), skis/bindings (165cm), poles, ski boots, snowboard boots, and two pairs of snowboard bindings all in at the same time (though it was over the 50lb/23kg weight limit then). Towards the end of the trip I did get a small tear on the side of the bag on the end with the wheels. It only ripped on the outer skin, so you can't see through the hole or anything. I wasn't worried at all throwing it back on another airplane after I noticed the tear. If it gets worse I'll contact customer service to see how their warranty is but for now it's all good!

If you plan on doing some snowboard travels over the next few years this is the bag.

Built better than my apartment

Great bag

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Awesome bag. Can fit everything you need