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You dream of riding those lines you've been drooling over in magazines and movies—turn those dreams into reality by buying a plane ticket, sticking your sticks in Dakine's Boundary Ski Roller Bag, and wheeling your way through the airport. This bag holds two pairs of skis so you can be ready for powder, icy hardpack, or whatever the snow is up to on your trip. It also has removable bags for your ski boots and outerwear. Padding all around the bag protects your precious planks from the rigors of travel.
- Padded roller bag protects skis from the rigors of travel
- Holds two pairs of skis, one pair of boots, poles, and outerwear
- Removable bags for boots and outerwear
- Item #DAK013G
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Travel Just Got So Much Easier!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I've been a fan of Dakine for a while now. I'm still using my Heli Pro pack daily after over 13 years. I was so impressed with my backpack and Dakine's warranty policy I picked up a boot bag a couple years ago. It's served me really well, but I'm heading out to Japan in February for a ski trip and needed a way to travel with all my gear. I bought the 185 cm bag and was able to comfortably fit my 179 cm Line Blend's, 185 cm 4FRNT YLE's, poles, boots, outerwear, and some ski tuning supplies. The tuning supplies tucked away nicely in the exterior pocket. It comes with removable boot back to keep your liners away from wet skis. I had enough room after getting my boots in that I was able to lay two coats, pants, goggle's, helmet, and mitts on top of the skis. Should make life a lot easier getting through the airport and train stations now that I can fit everything in one bag.
What's the difference between this and the Dakine Fall Line bag? What justifies this being so much more expensive?