Burton Space Sack: If you pack light or just want simple security, then the Burton Space Sack board bag will save the day. With just enough room for your board and an extra deck, it’s guaranteed to please when stuffing the trunk of your buddy’s two-door convertible. The Space Sack defines rugged, no-nonsense snowboard protection. Find yourself some 3D glasses and bug out on the 3D Monkey Print.
Baseline protection for both the board and your buddy's car. Simplified, durable design with room for multiple decks, and a removable shoulder strap for carrying options.
Whether you're heading to camp for the summer or commuting to the hill, the Burton Space Sack saves both your board and the inside of the car you're riding in.
|Dimensions Image:||Snowboard Bag Measurements|
|Shipping Restriction:||This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.|
|Strap Types:||top carry, removable shoulder strap|
|Varying sizes available:||129cm (132cm x 36cm x 18cm)|
|Weight:||2.2 lbs [1.0 kg]|
|Burton Space Sack 166||$39.95 - $44.95|
This bag is great. Partly because Burton is great, with a lifetime warranty, you can't go wrong.
I bought this bag at my local shop because it was going out of business and it was super cheap unfortuantly this was a terrible use of money I just returned from riding at winter park in colorado for a week and flew, I had two direct flights, and yes I know and understand very well how rough the airlines are on bags but after getting on two airplanes I have 6 holes in it and I know its not from my edges being sharp bc I ride a park set up and have detuned edges that are very soft. If you need a bag to store your board in this will do fine but if you plan on actually using it and traveling I would suggest buying a good bag such as a high sierra or dakine bag some of my friends have bags by those companies and travel fequently and their bags are in much better shape than mine is after one trip