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ttrigo 01-05-2005 6:04 PM

I am looking for some advice from everyone, about what bag is best. I want one that will carry two boards, one with bindings, and the normal accessories. I have been looking everywhere, and they all seem to be so similar, that I thought I would check with you all, and see what you thought. <BR>thanks

troyl 01-05-2005 7:50 PM

For me it has to have back pack straps and wheels. Not too many have both. I really prefer back pack straps to wheels if forced to make the choice.

walt 01-05-2005 8:57 PM

I picked up a Hyperlite bag last year and a friend added some heavy duty backpack straps. <BR>It works really well when you have to hike to the boat.

howie 01-05-2005 9:07 PM

I have a padded hyperlite bag works fine got it on ebay for 30 used. but santa got me a new one and works great for two boards and bindings has a slip for fins to. I also have a da kine backpack that i picked up for my drysuit and stuff works great small backpack and board bag. Just my 2 cents

jason_ssr 01-06-2005 7:34 AM

Kiteboarding has moved to a very cool idea in board/gear bags. Its the golf style. Airliners always charge extra for "board bags" but never charge extra for golf bags even though they are the same size item. So many companies have gone to this style to gain room for gear, and fool the airlines. Check this one out from BEST kiteboarding! You may recognize The BEST name, its Shannon Best who was a pro wakeboarder back in the day. <BR> <BR><a href="http://www.bestkiteboarding.com/shop/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=58&amp;idproduct=207" target="_blank">http://www.bestkiteboarding.com/shop/pc/viewPrd.asp?idcategory=58&amp;idproduct=207</a>

andy_nintzel 01-06-2005 10:00 AM

Get a Ten-80 bag they are sick, super padded and tons of room, when I go on Tour its the only bag I bring, I can get two boards, bindings, and my clothes all in the same bag.

liquidmarcus 01-06-2005 5:31 PM

i use a padded liquid force team bag, it has plenty of room and it has backpack straps as well as a handle

ryan26 01-10-2005 6:11 PM

I have a hyperlite bag with a shoulder strap, it is alright but a pain to haul around, get wheels or a backpack straped bag.

ttrigo 02-02-2005 5:07 PM

here is the bag I ended up getting. under $70 with tax &amp; shipping. thanks for all your advice. <BR><a href="http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&amp;category=23807&amp;item =7131691632&amp;rd=1" target="_blank">http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&amp;category=23807&amp;item =7131691632&amp;rd=1</a>


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