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DAKINE Pipe Snowboard Bag

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5 Reviews


You can’t always get what you want, but sometimes you get ... you know the rest.

The Dakine Pipe Snowboard Bag is a no-frills solution to getting your board from one airport to the next or keeping your gear together for those weekend pow-hunting trips. Tough 600D polyester main body fabric resists tears and abrasions so your gear stays put. A removable shoulder strap makes for a comfortable carry, and a full-length zipper gives you easy access to your board.

  • Full-length zipper
  • Removable shoulder strap
  • Item #DAK3519

Tech Specs

600D polyester
[145cm] 12 x 7 x 57 in, [157cm] 12 x 7 x 62 in, [165cm] 12 x 7 x 65 in
Strap Types
removable shoulder strap
Claimed Weight
1.8 lb
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty

Tech Specs

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Legit Bag!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

This bag fits my board and I have a 161, so fairly big and still have a little more room to work with. Great for storage and puts up with the wear and tear. Sweet handle to carry it with too. I love it!!

Sweet Bag

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

I got the townsman bag 65cm with red and black.. i Love the look! Fits my 60cm board good and could fit a 65cm board even better. fits nicely into my car and i don't have to worry about my car getting wet from left over snow on my board. This bag was even big enough to put my boots and googles in there, while still no being to clunky. Nice bag! like it lots

Gets the job done!

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

bought this bag as more of a protection bag/car travel bag. Not padded and would not be a good bag for air travel, but for what I am using it for it works, fits my Lib Tech, Travis Rice 157 perfectly(with bindings). Travel to and from resorts and backcountry with my buddies and we use either a thule cargo box or just fold the seats down and stack our boards and skis. I use this bag to protect my board from scratches more so than anything. Before I would just use sheets or blankets, but this bag is my upgrade and works perfect. I do maybe wish I would have got a padded one, but this bag is great for the money.

What does it store?

    Can I put my boots, jacket and pants in there along with a board with bindings?

    up to how many boards with no bindings I...

    up to how many boards with no bindings I can fit in that case?