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What comes first: the bag or the boot? It's an age old question. You need to put your boots in a bag, but you can't carry the bag anywhere without wearing your boots. So what do you do? Really, these are the conundrums that make life such a mystery, don't you think?
can you keep the bindings on in this bag?
umoa wrote:can you keep the bindings on in this bag?
I've got a Dakine ski/snowboard bag and have no problems putting either my board/skis in their. As long as you can drop the highback part of your bindings, you should be good.
which side are the wheels on? The narrow or wide side. seems it would tip over and drag real easy if on the narrow side
These make great photo equipment bags for oversized tripods and small jibs, at a fraction of the cost of what they want for padded bags "made especially" for that equipment. I think these do better . . . Great woot!
Can the boot bags accommodate a helmet too?
edit: Did a little research, read some reviews, and the boot bags are getting 5 stars everywhere. In addition, there is plenty of room for a helmet!! yay!
hammang wrote:which side are the wheels on? The narrow or wide side. seems it would tip over and drag real easy if on the narrow side
We checked with the vendor. The wheels are on the wide/long side.
Now, go buy 3!
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