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DAKINE Low Roller Snowboard Bag

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    24 Reviews


    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
    • Item #DAK3513

    Tech Specs

    600D polyester
    [157cm] 12 x 6 x 67 in, [165cm] 12 x 6 x 70 in, [175cm] 12 x 6 x 74 in
    Claimed Weight
    7 lb
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

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    Good Board Bag

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

    I got this bag for travel, bc it looked to suit my needs. Fully functional board bag with enough room to stash all your gear. I had my boots + all my gear inside the bag with some room to spare. Wheels on bottom pull good, handles are in the correct places. Padding is all around, and seems to make it somewhat waterproof also.

    Holds it all

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    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.

    Great bag.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Decided to get one of these bags after lugging a non-wheeled bag around Japan, while a mate had one of these. First impression of the bag was good, but then improved when I started loading it up. Can fit 2x boards broken down, 2x bindings, helmet, snowboard boots, sorel boots, 2x pants, 2x jackets, a few pairs of gloves and 2x goggles. Filled it up to about 30 kgs. It's made tough enough to withstand the bag chuckers at the airport, and the wheels are big so that don't get caught on every crack. Only down side is no shoulder strap, and it's tight fitting them into taxis in Tokyo.

    High Rollin'

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

    I purchased this bag to replace my Burton Wheelie Gig Bag after United Airlines shredded it to bits on a recent trip to Utah. Instead of sticking with what I know, I thought I'd try this DaKine bag since I'm a bit of a fangirl. Not only is this bag significantly lighter than my old Burton one, but the wheels are rugged and I can stuff a ton of crap in it! This bag is a solid purchase.

    Great value

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    Loving this snowboard bag after traveling to UT and CO from the East coast. Holding up super strong. Easy to travel with. Lots of room for my gear. (165cm for 156cm board)

    Would highly recommend - great value/performance. I see this lasting me several years.

    Rollin with the homies...

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    DAKINE at it again, making bomber bags across the board. I love this bag, it fits a lot more then just boots, board and helmet. If you are a good package I have gotten a full 3 day trips worth of stuff (including a blow dryer!) in this bad boy.

    Great price and great option :)

    Rollin with the homies...

    Light / Highly functional

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

    This bag holds one snowboard with bindings on, and probably several others with bindings separated. If you're traveling, this thing is one of the lightest roller bags out there. Highly durable, really well made, good zips, good pockets. Really happy with it and surprised i could get something of this size for under $100 with the sale BC had. Really happy.

    Solid bag, decent padding

      Very stylish bag with easy roller wheels and handle. The boot storage is large enough to fit my 11s with ease and allow for extra storage of socks/gloves as well. The snowboard section can store multiple boards but my large size bindings needed to be removed in order to be safely transported and handled by TSA. Additional padding for my snowboard is accomplished by packing my jacket/pants and other snow gear. This bag seems pretty perfect for the minimal gear I bring.

      Great Board Bag

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I had been using an old Burton snowboard bag and this is a much better quality bag, and can fit just as much even though it is smaller in size. I can fit everything I need for a day of boarding (base and mid-layers, helmet, goggles, multiple pairs of gloves, boots, jacket, pants, and board). The hard plastic bottom of the bag only goes halfway up the bag and is great for protecting your board while traveling while still allowing the bag to be folded when not in use. My only gripe about this bag is the wheels, they seem cheap and Dakine could have gone with something of a higher quality.

      Great Value!

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

      I purchased this bag to haul my gear for a trip to Colorado. I have a 159 cm board and purchased the 165 cm. The bag fit my board (with bindings attached), 2 pairs of boots, helmet, snowboard pants and jacket and had room for additional smaller items. I really like the boot pockets as they would keep any dirt and moisture away from the board or any other items inside the bag. It is well padded and along with the softer items I put in my bag, protected my board really well. The wheels roll very smooth and seem durable. It has a handle which makes carrying it very easy when not rolling. It is located well and depending on how your gear is situated inside, is very balanced. For the money, this bag is great value, seems to be constructed very well, and looks like it will hold up for numerous trips.

      DAKINE Low Roller Snowboard Bag

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

      I needed a bag for my gear for my flight to Tahoe. After researching other sites and reading many reviews, I bought this bag. I purchased the 175 for my Burton Custom X 160 on purpose so I could stuff the bag with lots of gear. The bag fit my board with bindings still attached. I fit my boots (size 9) as well as my wife's boots in the boot pockets. I fit all my riding gear including helmet in the bag. I put an extra pair of hiking boots and more clothing etc. in the bag too. It was pretty stuffed by the time I was finished and only weighed about 43 pounds. I flew Southwest so my bag was checked for free (under 50 lbs)....BONUS!!! The wheels were awesome as I couldn't imagine carrying the bag through the airport. Bag seems to be quality constructed and I hope it will last for many more trips. Overall seems to be a great product!

      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.


        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.

        Very nice bag

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

        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.

        Very nice bag

        Followup: Traveled 3300 miles one way with 2 layovers. The bag held up great. The blue part did get dirty as expected, but not too bad. Bag also held up well going home (no layovers). I only noticed 2 tiny and minor fabric scuff marks at the bottom. Again, wheels are a must have when rushing through the airport to check in ;-).

        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 heavy...at first...wait until you've rolled it for half a mile and then think about not having those wheels.

        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.

        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.

        Will a 164cm wide deck fit in the 165cm bag?

        Best Answer


        Waist widths on wide snowboards are going to vary but most are in the 260+ mm range. The 165cm bag is 12 inches wide which means it can accommodate a board up to roughly 300mm wide.

        Feel free to reach out with your snowboarding questions!

        Do you think I will be able to fit two snowboards (one with bindings) as well as a split board with bindings in this bag?

        So 3 board and 2 bindings?

        Yes, When I store my boards for summer I will put 3 in this bag. Line up your sizes and camber profiles to maximize space.

        I went with the 175cm bag and it fits a 170 Lib Birdman, 165cm Billy Goat and 163 Rossi xv inside. Cheers!

        My husband has a 165 board, getting a 165 bag be too tight of a fit? He has size 13 boots that will need to fit as well.

        It will fit the 165cm board but, I recommend bumping up to the 175cm. It will also fit the boots at the 165cm size but, the extra 10 cm allows you to put in a lot of extras like clothes and other odds and ends. Since you pay for the bag regardless, its nice to max it out to 49lbs.

        If you have anymore questions feel free to send me an email or call!

        Bill Porreca



        Would a 157 be too big for a 143board?

        I would also like it to carry my boots, helmet and other accessories. Thanks

        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

        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

        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)


        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?

        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.

        Best Answer

        I have an older Dakine snowboard bag that works awesome for my skis because you can fit two pair of skis and poles in one bag. I can easily fit Volkl 175 Mantra skis in a 165cm Dakine snowboard bag with poles. I have carbon poles so I put those in a 3" perforated drain pipe from hardware store to protect them from being crushed or damaged in transit with all the other luggage that gets tossed around by airport baggage handlers. Although Daking makes a Fall Line Double ski bag it is a pound heavier and doesn't have the tough liner that Dakine uses in their snowboard bags.