K2 Roller Board Snowboard Bag

$199.95 (60% off)
K2 Roller Board Snowboard Bag, , 600
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$199.95 (60% off)
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Sku#: 419381P

The K2 Roller Board Bag gives you fully padded protection for your snowboard and it has wheels. Easily maneuver from the baggage claim to your car to the hotel with the 60mm urethane wheels and sturdy haul handles. Fully padded construction with internal compression straps ensures your board and gear will arrive at their destination in one piece. Two external zippered organizer pockets are perfect for all your snowboard necessities and easily accessible. If you're traveling far and wide in search of snow grab the K2 Roller Board Bag this year and know your gear is protected. Max board length: 168cm

  • Fully Padded Construction
  • 60mm Urethane Wheels
  • YKK Zippers
  • Internal Compression Straps (to hold board down)
  • 2 External Zippered Organizer Pockets
  • Max Board Length: 168cm

Shipping Restriction: This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.

Max Board Size  168cm Padded Inside  Fully Degree of Padding  Heavy
Material  Nylon Size Dimensions  Length: 168cm Exterior Pockets  Yes
ID Tag  Yes Wheeled  Yes Warranty  One Year
Model Year  2016 Model Number  B1512001010 Product ID  419381
Shipping Restriction  This item is not available for shipment outside of the United States.     
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Q: Does this bag hold 2 boards?
Asked : Sep 29, 2016
By : Jim, Ronkonkoma, NY
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A: Yes, this bag is large enough to accommodate two boards.
Answered : Sep 29, 2016
By : Adam, Midwest
Q: Does this Item also HOLD boots inside , and etc no mention Tux
Asked : Aug 07, 2016
By : Oscar, DC
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A: There isn't a specific compartment to hold boots but some users report being able to fit them in. My suggestion would be to get a separate boot bag or a larger board bag if that's your intent.
Answered : Aug 08, 2016
By : Chris


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