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Burton Wheelie Board Case


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Wheelie Board Case

Keep your quiver safe as you chase winter around the globe. The Burton Wheelie Board Case provides fully padded storage for multiple decks, removable boot and binding bag, and plenty of room for clothes, shoes, and the rest of the less-fun stuff that travels with you. The fully padded construction allows you to keep your main board with bindings on in the top compartment while you stash your backup decks in the bottom half. It also has a removable boot and binding bag and plenty of storage space for all your outerwear and accessories. Smooth-rolling Ixion skate wheels and a retractable handle make it easy to lug around from the Whistler airport to the streets of Salt Lake City.

  • Snowboard bag rolls on skateboard-inspired wheels
  • Capacity suitable for three boards, a pair of boots, and bindings
  • Fully padded protection makes sure you gear stays ding-free
  • Removable bag accommodates boots and bindings
  • Internal straps secure boards so they don't bounce around
  • Item #BUR01Z5

Responsible Collection
Certified B-Corp
600D x 1200D polyester, TPE backing
3 boards
Ixion skate wheels
1 zippered external, 1 removable boot/binding bag
lockable, TSA-approved zippers
[156cm] 62 x 13 x 9.5in [166cm] 67 x 13 x 9.5in [181cm] 72 x 13 x 9.5in
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>Rating: 5

Get This InsteadOf Burton Wheelie Locker

I've used it several times

I recommend this bag over the slightly more expensive and slightly higher volume Burton Wheelie Locker. For the detailed why, consider reading my more detailed review of the Wheelie Locker and why I chose this Burton Wheelie Board case over the Wheelie Locker. The brief why is: -This bag is 3.5 lbs. lighter than the Wheelie Locker. -The Wheelie Locker has 2 lengthwise zippered compartments for separate board storage that for me are unnecessary and waste of the Wheelie Locker's higher volume. This bag has one large compartment.

I'm choosing between these two my only concern is fitting a helmet in this the board bag vs the locker. The locker is about 2" thicker and that might be key for a space hog like helmets? opinion?

>Rating: 5

Great bag

I've used it several times

Very well made bag. Thick zippers and seals. I would not recommend traveling with this with only one board though, because it will place a decent amount of stress on a single board.

>Rating: 5

Worth Every Penny

I've put it through the wringer

I've used the Wheelie Locker bag on a few international trips to Japan and it's hands down the best way to travel. Anyone that has used a bag without wheels will tell you they wish they would have gone the roller route. I can fit 2 boards, 2 pairs of bindings, boots, my outerwear, and avalanche safety equipment and still be at or just under the 50lb limit. It includes 2 pack cubes on the inside, a divider sleeve to protect your boards, and a shoulder strap. There's plenty of padding to protect the goods and I haven't had any issues. Burton has one of the best warranties in the game if you have any issues. You won't regret it!

>Rating: 5


8lbs for the 156cm


What is the weight on the 166 wheelie locker and the 166 wheelie board case? Thanks!