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Take a little trip with the Low Roller.

Embark on your next pow safari with the fully padded protection of the Dakine Low Roller Snowboard Bag. Slip your boots into the two exterior pockets and use the full-length zipper to easily insert your board and bindings. The Low Roller has locking zippers to keep everything safely inside while the baggage handlers use your bags for bowling practice. Once your plane arrives, the Low Roller's urethane wheels let you get your board from baggage claim to your friend's rusty beater without breaking a sweat.

  • Fully padded for maximum gear safety
  • Exterior access boot pockets allow you to get your wet boots in and out without stinking up the rest of your gear
  • Full-length two-way zipper for access from either end
  • Dual-end carry handles make for easy direction changes
  • Locking zippers keep things from popping out

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Would a 157 be too big for a 143board?
I would also like it to carry my boots, helmet and other accessories. Thanks

Best Answer Responded on

Hey nik105719792,

A 157cm bag will not be too big for your 143cm board. The bigger the bag, the more room you'll have to toss in your boots, helmet and any other accessories you have!

3 5

Awesome bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I have a 158W board and wear size 12 boots. Everything fit well into the 165 bag, with bindings. The two handles make it easy to transport whether you are carrying or rolling it.

I have a 157 size board will the 157 size bag be able to fit with bindings attached and have room for boots jackets and pants as well or should I go with the 165 bag

Responded on

You shouldn't have a problem fitting all that but you will probably have to take the binding off or swivel them. That would be the same with the 165. The bag is most likely not wide enough for your bindings to stay on with the highbacks down.

If you would like to talk about this bag or any other product we sell, please contact me at the info below.
1-800-409-4502 ext 4420

4 5

Great Board Bag

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The only change I'd make would be to have actual skate wheels instead of the plastic ones but other than that its got big compartments for the boots and plenty of padding for the board. Could easily fit multiple boards in one bag especially if you were only taking one set of bindings with you.

5 5


Bag worked perfect. It fit my board, bindings and all my gear for travel. Having wheels to lug my board and stuff through the airport was exactly what I needed for those longs trips when I don't want to carry everything.

5 5

Very nice bag

Bought the 157cm in the Pacific (blue) color to use next season. Only the top of the bag is blue, which makes the bag stand out very nicely (though I'm sure it'll eventually get dirty from all the airline abuse). The rest of the bag is black. The bag seems to be made very well (good stitching on the handles, heavy duty zippers).

Inside I can fit my 149cm board with bindings attached, boots, helmet, puffy vest, med thickness snowboard jacket, snowboard pants, layered clothing, socks, gloves, some underwear, and some t-shirts (some of those things stuffed into the bindings). Basically everything I'd need to wear out on the slopes. In the outside pockets I can fit the rest of my misc items like small tools, etc. The weight of the bag with all the items I listed came somewhere between 30 to 35 lbs. I could probably stuff in a second snowboard but without any bindings on that second board.

Just one note about the outside boot pockets. The actual boot pockets extend into the inside of the bag. That's how they can make the top of the bag so flat. Meaning, if you want to put the boot into those outside pockets, you cannot pack too much inside of the bag right under the boot pocket. So that's the reason why I put the boots inside of the bag, and pack my misc stuff in those outside pockets instead. But it could work out either way depending on what you're packing, and more importantly, how you pack it.

You can use luggage locks on all of the zippers. Wheels are a must have, especially if you're going to be also lugging a carry-on or big back pack.

Can't wait to use it this next season. Until then, I'm happy with my purchase.

5 5

It's carries your stuff...

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

When I was researching bag sizes I couldn't find anywhere that explained the sizing properly.

After using the bag I wish I had bought it in the appropriate size for my bag. I bought one a little larger and it leaves some slop in the handles when rolling it around an airport. It's not a huge deal but if you have a 157 snowboard, get the 157. There is PLENTY of space for the board and other gear, no need to upsize a few centimeters for more space for the inconvenience of this "slop".

Great bag, however, very well organized and thought out. The rollers are a must have as although that gear may not be first...wait until you've rolled it for half a mile and then think about not having those wheels.

4 5

Good Bag for Travel

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

We needed a padded bag to move our snowboarding gear back and forth from Hawaii to the slopes (located anywhere but Hawaii), so we chose this one.

We fit 2 snowboards - one 149 cm, one 161 cm) - with bindings attached. We could also comfortably fit one boot (out of a possible 4) in the outside pocket. And then we filled all the spaces with soft, clothing-type stuff -- pants, jackets, etc.

I believe if we had only put one snowboard into the bag, two boots would have been able to fit comfortably into the outside pockets like the product description says they should.

Overall, the bag was great, but we wish there was a detachable shoulder strap for quick transport over non-wheel-friendly terrain.... like snow.

Responded on

Good to know there's not a detachable shoulder strap, thanks!

Along with my 154cm board, with the 157cm...

Along with my 154cm board, with the 157cm bag fit some of my gear? (gloves, jacket/pants, helm to be specific)

Responded on


With in reason, the bag should fit some goodies in addition to your snowboard.

I have a different bag, no big at all, but am able to get board, jacket, pants, helmet, boots, multiple gloves and base layers into it. Yeah the airlines love me. But for this bag, you should at least be able to cram your jacket, pants and gloves into the sucker.

Jared D.
800.409.4502 ext 4055

will 185cm skis fit?

will 185cm skis fit?

Responded on

I am going to go out on a limb here and say that no, 185cm skis would not fit. Given that the maximum length for the particular bag model and style is 175cm, that extra 10cm (right at 4in) probably would not play nice with the bag. You could always get it and have the tips protrude, but doing that would really defeat the whole purpose of having a bag in the first place. I would continue hunting for a case that is similar (if you like the touted characteristics) but longer by at least 4 or 5 inches. Skis, like any outdoor gear, are an investment - it's always wise to treat them as such.

Responded on

each bag looks to be about 13cm longer than listed, so you might just be able to fit 185cm skis in the 175cm size, which apparently has a 188cm length according to dakine's site

5 5

Great bag

Definitely a must-have for airline travel. I got the 157 bag and my 159 board (with bindings attached) fits like a glove.

5 5

good all around board bag

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

a huge upgrade from my previous bag with no wheels. can hold my 2 boards (both ~162), boots, helmet, goggles, socks, jacket, pants, fleece and backpack. great product.

5 5

Pop a Wheelie!

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

I love this bag. Went to utah last year and had a bag with no wheels and it was a big mistake. Learned the hard way and got one this year. Best investment. Carries everything. Got a 175 and ride a 159. Gonna have lots of room to store stuff.

5 5

Low Roller Bag

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

This is a great high quality bag. It fits my 157 Board, Jacket, Pants, and Helmet in the main compartment. And my size 11 boots in the two boots compartments. On top of that, I still have plenty of room in either boot compartment for more items such as goggles, thermals or whatever I feel like stuffing in there.

There is a great amount of padding for everything, so I can rest assure that as I'm having a couple of cocktails on the way to my to whatever city. My board and gear are secure and safe. The rollers are nice as lugging around all that could be tasking and they seem durable.

5 5

Best decision yet...for my wife

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I purchased this bag for my wife before a trip to Whistler and Mt. Baker and the minute we walked into the airport I regretted not having wheels on my ski bag. She towed her snowboard and boots around with ease while I labored towards our gate.
I had been cheap and purchased a ski bag without wheels, big mistake, never again.
In addition to the ease of towing your gear around, this bag is plenty spacy for your board, boots, helmet, and even a good amount of clothing. If you are going to get a board/ski bag, please get one with wheels, your body will thank you later.

5 5

Works for skis too.

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

In an attempt to bridge the divide between skiers and boarders, I bought the largest version of this bag to tote my skis around. Works like a dream. I can fit several pairs of skis, poles, helmets, and my soft goods all in this bag. Got a nice boot bag to go along with it. Works great, highly recommend it. My next ski bag will be a board bag.

Responded on

Do you think it would fit 1 pair of skis and a snowboard?
My snowboard is a 143 tiny! And my skis 161cm… I was thinking the 157cm would fit them both but are there straps on each side so one or the other isn't moving round?