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DAKINE Concourse Double Ski Bag

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Instead of cocooning your skis in bubble wrap, slide your planks into the fully padded Dakine Concourse Double Ski Bag and hit the international terminal knowing your fatties are safe. Available in two sizes, 185cm and 200cm, this fully padded ski bag holds two pairs of your beloved planks, your ski boots, outerwear, and other ski accessories.

  • 185cm Concourse Double fits a maximum of two pairs of skis that are up to 185cm in length, ski poles, boots, and other ski accessories
  • 200cm Concourse Double fits a maximum of two pairs of skis that are up to 200cm in length, ski poles, boots, and other ski accessories
  • 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 fabric offer solid durability, resistant abrasion, and light protection from the elments
  • Full padding throughout offers superb protection for your babies against the dings and dents of travel
  • A removable, padded divider helps keep your poles scratch-free
  • Three internal pockets house your boots, outwear, and snow accessories
  • An external pocket holds your beanies and face guards
  • Item #DAK3521

Tech Specs

[face fabric] 600D polyester
[185cm] 13.5 x 11.5 x 78 in, [200cm] 13.5 x 11.5 x 82 in
Claimed Weight
[200cm] 12.5 lb
Recommended Use
ski travel
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

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Looks like a great bag

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

I bought this bag so for me and my wife so that when we make the trip back home to UT, our skis will be well protected from the abuse of baggage handlers. The bag seems super durable as well as easy to travel with.


  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

If you need to travel with 4 pair of skis, 2 pairs of boots and 4 pair of poles, this is the bag for you. If you don't care about excess baggage fees, this is the bag for you. If you would like to bring your significant other with you in addition to your skis, this is the bag for you. I think you get the picture. Massive, durable, and manageable (mostly). I would encourage you to heavily consider exactly what you need before buying this bag.

Great Bag but be careful on weight

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I love this bag, its huge and yet streamlined and easy to wheel around the airport. I am able to to fit it in the trunk of a 4 door sedan rental car with the back seat folded down without any problem. The bag has no problem fitting two pairs of skis and two pairs of boots plus more. Can actually easily fit three pairs of skis and comes with nice divider pads and securing straps so skis don't move around. I have travelled with one pair of skis and one pair of boots plus all my ski touring gear (including tent, sleeping bag etc, for multi-day trips). My skis, boots, gear and the bag usually come in right at 50lbs so I have to be careful on weight. Bag is big enough and strong enough to haul 100lbs plus of gear, so you can't fill it up and make check bag weight. Also want to emphasize that you can fit two pairs of skis and two pairs of boots PLUS all the other gear you want if just doing a car trip. I have a friend with this bag who can't make choices on skis for a trip, and flew with three pairs of skis in it and was able to be under 50lbs. You just have to make your choices.

Everything and the Kitchen Sink

    This bag literally fits everything and the kitchen sink. Sadly I returned it because it was just too big for my skis and gear. If you've got several skis and are looking for a bag to fit them, then this bag is for you! I even think you could fit a board in there if you go both ways down the mountain (ski and snowboard)


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This bag is great because you can fit 2 entire setups (skis, boots, poles, helmets and clothing). Some reviews say it's TOO big. There is some merit to this; if the bag is not reasonably full, using the rolly wheels is more difficult. <br><br>
    For me, this is well worth being able to keep all my gear in one bag.

    Too Big Too Heavy

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Pair of Line Influences and a pair of Bacon's with AT bindings and was well over 50 LBS.. The first time I loaded it it was over 80 LBS.. If you don't mind paying $75 over weight fee both ways then you could fit everything you need in just this bag.. Too big for me..

    Great, but just TOO BIG!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    DaKine used to make this in a 185cm (the one my brother has) and a 205cm... but for some reason, they now decided to make a 200cm version only. And 200cm is just too long! I have a pair of 179cm 2010 K2 Pontoons (185cm long almost) and there is over a foot of bag left! In fact, it is so long and it bends so much that it almost touches the floor, which makes it harder to haul around.

    Also, watch out for the weight of this bag... going over 50 pounds is waaay too easy!

    Great bag, but too big for my preference

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

    This bag was awesome. Nicely padded exterior, several interior pockets, nice padding between your skis and poles, nice straps in all the right places to properly tie things down, abundant handles on the exterior... I wanted to love the bag but it was just too darn big! This bag is perfect if you want to have just one bag for travel because it will definitely fit two pairs of skis, two pairs of boots, poles, helmets, clothing, and a sink. However, what I have found is that two pairs of skis, poles, boots, and helmets comes in just under the weight limit where most airlines charge nearly double. I don't want a bag that's any bigger than necessary to fit those items, and this one far exceeded that. Seriously, that was the only thing I found "wrong" with it, which I realize is purely personal preference.

    Lives up to the hype

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

    Great bag, as in the description it is on the larger side. Lots of good padding to project skis and etc. Would recommend this to anybody carrying more than 1 set of skis on a regular basis. Large enough to get in trouble with the airlines (lots of storage); could easily carry 2 skis and a snowboard


    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This bag is Huge. Plenty of padded space for two sets of fat skis, and tons of room left over. Pack the rest of your goods around the skis and your set with this bag and a carry on. It has tons of handles and carry options which is super nice, and there is always a spot to grab, whether going in or out of the car, off the baggage claim, or from under the bed. Great bag, and definitely gets the job done and more!

    great bag worth the weight and money

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    winter/ski clothes and gear. I usually pay the surcharge for the airlines to add some weight to the bag so I only have to check this one bag. It is easy to roll on the wheels or to carry with the shoulder straps even at 70lbs.

    How much does the back itself weight -- both sizes ?

    Carson, I called Dakine and they said the 185cm is 12.5 lbs which leads me to believe our specs are a bit off on the 200cm version. They didnt have an exact weight and we dont have a big enough scale to measure them. Unfortunately we have to assume the 200cm is going to be about a 1-1.5 lbs heavier than the 185cm which is 12.5 lbs according to Dakine. Sorry the info isnt more exact, if I can find a way to weigh them both I surely will and post the info here.

    If you have anymore questions feel free to hit me up directly via email or my direct phone line.

    Unanswered Question

    Anyone try fitting 2 pairs of race skis with risers in here? It looks like the bag will only take skis with the edges down. Would it be possible to have 2 pairs of non-fatty skis (4 skis, 1 GS, 1 SL) separated with the bases down?

    If my skis are 180cm is there any benefit of going for the longer 208cm bag for extra capacity, or will that make it too cumbersome? I will probably have an extra checked in piece of luggage any way, most of the time.

    Really, you could fill the 185cm with two fat skis and poles and everything you needed for close to a week and it would all fit in there, however, you would definitely go over the weight limit at the airport. If that isn't a concern and you don't mind paying excess weight charges, this thing will fit everything. My recommendation: don't get the 200cm unless you really need it for skis. The extra material will make rolling it around more of a hassle.

    Anybody think you could squeeze a pair of 188cm Rossi Soul 7's into the 185cm version of this bag? I don't mind buying the 200cm bag, but am just wondering if there might be a little wiggle room.

    You can easily fit the soul 7's into the 185. I own a pair of Line Mr. Pollards Opus in 192cm and Moment Pb&J's in 188. I ordered the 200cm but they accidentally sent me the 185 - and I'm so thankful they did. Both skis fit with room to spare, the OPUS have about a centimeter of room left and the PB&J have several centimeters. Also, the smaller bag is just under 80" - the maximum length allowable to fly Southwest.

    can i fit 2 pairs of boots and 2 skis?

    can i fit 2 pairs of boots and 2 skis?