When your powder chase knows no bounds or geographical limits, the Dakine High Roller Snowboard Bag is your personal chauffeur for carrying your quiver to the mountains. This roomy board bag easily carries two-plus boards up to 165-centimeters in length, with 360-degree padding protecting your boards. Please note, you'll only be able to carry one board with bindings, but you can easily stack others underneath. It's also great for carrying skis, but will only work with shorter ski lengths up to 165 centimeters. Oversized urethane wheels roll smoothly across resort parking lots and airport terminals, with built-in grab handles attaching to your rolling luggage, so you can roll both as a single unit. You'll find removable bags for outerwear and boots, which handily tuck inside the bag for easier travel to the mountain, and on the outside, two zippered pockets make easy work of stashing gloves, tools, and the miscellaneous gear you need at the mountain. Dual compression straps cinch everything tightly, so your bag isn't bulging at the seams.
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