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Whats the biggest and best for all your gear? Skis,boots,poles&clothing
post #2 of 13
You can get big ones, but don't forget your weight allowance on a plane! If you put skis, boots and clothes into a bag you will probably be well over 25kg, and maybe over 32kg.
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me..

Skis, poles and sole clothing: Dakine wheeled 2 ski bag 185
Boots, helmet ect: Transpack
Clothing ect: Marker wheeled cargo bag.
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Skis - Sportube - a hard case - the best way to ensure that the airline gorillas have less chance of destroying one's skis.

Sportube 2 - Stockli DP Pro 193cm & Rotor 179cm, plus two pairs of poles and a travel tuing kit - 23 kg.
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How I pack has a lot to do with the resort I am going to. My last trip was to snowbird, so I didn't need a boot bag at the area. I took two roller suitcases, one of which had the boots in it, and a non-wheeled ski bag. I couldn't use the third set of rollers anyway, because I had onehand for each roller suitcase. I also had a backpack with my laptop in it. I hooked the laptop to one of the roller bagts to move through the airport, slung the ski bag over a shoulder and rolled the two suitcases.

If I needed a boot bag at the area I would either take a small boot bag to carry on, so it would not be wheeled, most likely a back pack, or I would take my mammoth roller boot bag, which I bought at Costco. It also has back straps which were very useful in snowy parking lots. Most of my skiing was done at areas in the East, to which I drove. If I had a small backpakck for my boots, then I would want a roller bag for the skis. Otherwise I have two hands pulling rollers, so no way to handle a roller ski bag.
post #6 of 13
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Originally Posted by Philpug View Post
me..

Skis, poles and sole clothing: Dakine wheeled 2 ski bag 185
Boots, helmet ect: Transpack
Clothing ect: Marker wheeled cargo bag.
Same here for the dakine at 185 it's great, I think they also make a 200cm version but the 185 fits skis longer than 185.
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Originally Posted by Sphinx15 View Post
Same here for the dakine at 185 it's great, I think they also make a 200cm version but the 185 fits skis longer than 185.
Youre so smart
post #8 of 13
aww thanks honey - don't you have some massive ski bag too?
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Ive got 2- the PMGear Double Trouble bag is GIGANTIC but it sits at my parents house useless
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Originally Posted by Philpug View Post
me..

Skis, poles and sole clothing: Dakine wheeled 2 ski bag 185
Boots, helmet ect: Transpack
Clothing ect: Marker wheeled cargo bag.
Is this the concourse model of the fall line model?
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Originally Posted by Brock Landers View Post
Ive got 2- the PMGear Double Trouble bag is GIGANTIC but it sits at my parents house useless

Sell it to Powder Roo?

I use the PMGear DT bag. It's heavy @ 12lbs, but has held up well for three years. I can usually fit two big pair of skis, poles and enough clothes for a week and just keep it around 50 lbs.

Always carry your boots and enough essentials to get by, ON THE PLANE!
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Sell it to Powder Roo?
Sure, Ive never used it (actually "gave" it to me dad and hes never used it, and wouldnt even notice if its gone)
post #13 of 13
I have this ski bag:

That matches the luggage I won at the Wine Women and Wax event last November
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