Dakine High Roller Snowboard Bag

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Dakine High Roller Snowboard Bag
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REI $175.93
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Solstice Supply $175.95
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You might be a gambler of high stakes but you can be certain the Dakine High Roller 165 cm snowboard bag is going to win hands down. This snowboard bag is made to last, and can handle the adventurous pace of your life. The High Roller is made from 600D polyester and comes with fully padded board protection, as well as lockable zipper cars. There are plenty of external pockets to hold boots, outerwear and all those sliding essentials. You will be kept in style with the ease of mobility with this High Roller’s high quality urethane wheels and convenient dual end carry handles. When you travel with Dakine there are no regrets, only the knowledge that you did it right.


  • DAKINE High Roller snowboard bag is constructed of 600-denier polyester and full foam padding for lasting protection


  • Fully padded bag can protect multiple unmounted boards or a single board with mounted bindings; fits a maximum board size of 175cm


  • Fully padded for maximum gear safety


  • Locking zippers keep things from popping out and can be locked for added security


  • Exterior access boot pockets allow you to get your wet boots and gear in and out without stinking up the rest of your gear


  • Heavy-duty urethane wheels stand up to long-term use and allow easy maneuvering through airports and parking lots
  • Dual-end carry handles make for easy direction changes
  • Side handles and carry handles at each end offer multiple hauling options

We don't advise you to use the fully padded, Dakine High Roller Snowboard Bag to transport your Cristal, but you can trust it to protect your board, bindings, boots and all the other snowboarding bling you pack into the split-level design. Stuff the three exterior pockets with your boots, goggles, baselayers, and beanies, knowing that when you close the bag they'll mesh in between, and around, your still-mounted bindings. Dakine made it possible to throw a lock on the zippers to keep the haters from stealing those hot goggles you just picked up. Roll up to the terminal in style with the help of the High Roller's urethane wheels and end handles.

Evo (2014)
Traveling with your gear has never been this easy. The DaKine High Roller Snowboard Bag is fully padded so your board will be safe when the airline tosses it onto the tarmac, and its got three inner zip pockets that fit boots, outerwear and neat stuff you found during your travels. Riding on urethane wheels, the High Roller will keep you rolling in style from long-term parking to check-in.


The DAKINE High Roller snowboard bag boasts bountiful space for your board, boots and a bundle of gear, all in an easily transportable, wheeled design.


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Bag style:Equipment bag
Dimensions:13.5 x 8.5 x 65 in, 34 x 21 x 165 cm (165cm)
Gear capacity (L):139 liters
Gear capacity (cu. in.):8,491 cubic inches
Number of exterior pockets:3 + main compartment
Pockets:3 exterior and 1 internal tool pocket
Strap:2 top straps and 2 end straps
Weight:12 lbs.
Wheeled:Urethane rollerblade
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Dakine High Roller Snowboard Bag Review:


High Capacity

If you're looking for a bag for a long trip, this bag has a ton of storage capacity! I fit my board, boots, helmet, gear, boarding clothes, and regular clothes for a 9 day trip all in one bag. The only issue is with all that gear, the bag was way overweight for the 50 lbs they allow on an airplane without an overweight charge.
m1ssj3ss at REI on 01/01/2013