Burton Gig Snowboard Bag

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    Product Details

    Style: 256113

    Safeguard your shred gear in the Burton Gig Bag. The Gig Snowboard Bag is heavy duty and stores multiple boards. A super cushy shoulder strap lets you carry the bag with ease, or use the skate conversion straps that let you attach your skateboard to turn the Gig into a rolling board bag.

    • Average Weight: 4.2 lbs [1.9kg]
    • Super durable 600D Polyester Fabric
    • Multiple Board Capacity
    • Tuning Pocket keeps all your tools secure and easily accessible
    • Removable, Double-Cush Shoulder Strap
    • Skate Conversion Straps transform this bag into a wheelie bag (skateboard required)
    • Fully Padded Board Protection
    • Lockable, Contoured Zipper Pulls Fit TSA-Approved Locks

    Questions and Answers

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    Q:
    "Can you tell me what the sizes 152, 156 & 166 mean when buying a snowboard bag?"
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Laura on 11/28/2011 - 10:29 pm
    A:
    "These numbers represent the different sizes of boards, so if you are buying a 166, you would need a bag that can hold up to a 166 size board"
    Answer by david dos (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/29/2011 - 2:45 pm
    Q:
    "Would there be room in this bag for a board (with bindings), boots and a helmet?"
    2 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Erik on 3/12/2012 - 9:34 am
    A:
    "This will accommodate a board and binding but will not fit your extra gear. If you are looking to hold you boots in the same bag, check out the Burton Wheelie Gig Bag. "
    Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/12/2012 - 9:57 am
    A:
    "My boots fit fine between the bindings in this bag (one board with bindings). The middle section is larger. Even though the bag tapers towards the ends, there is plenty of room for extra clothes, pants, jacket, socks, goggles, etc. No Helmet though."
    Answer by mark on 4/3/2012 - 6:10 am
    Q:
    "Will this bag accommodate a wide board? "
    1 Answers | Answer Question
    Question by Scuba on 11/26/2012 - 8:15 pm
    A:
    "Yes, you can use this bag even if you have a wide board."
    Answer by Steve (Peter Glenn Staff) on 11/28/2012 - 2:52 pm

    User Reviews

    Average Customer Rating: 5/5 (3 customer reviews)
    5
    Great bag   Rated: 5/5
    5

    i love this bag! fits my board and bindings perfectly, has a small storage section for random things, and i love the plaid.

    5
    The only snowboard bag you need.   Rated: 5/5
    5

    This bag fit a 153 with bindings on, a pair of boots (size 8), helmet, goggles, gloves, jacket and pants with room to spare. Didn't look overstuffed with all of this in there.

    5
    Excellent Bag   Rated: 5/5
    5

    I had a large (too big) roller bag that was very difficult to maneuver on either end of a flight. I bought the 166 Gig Bag and travelled with 2 full setups- including 2 pairs of boots, goggles, etc.- and loved it. Good padding for the boards, easy handles and shoulder strap for carrying. I highly recommend.

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