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Bags for All Your Snowboarding Needs
In these categories, you’ll be able to find all the different types of snowboard bags to travel with your snowboarding gear. Bags for snowboarding can generally be divided into three types: snowboard bags for holding your board in during transport, boot bags, and backpacks for when you are out on the slopes.
All these types of bags are available in a range of different sizes and styles, so you can be sure to find something that will suit your snowboarding style.
Easy to Carry Snowboard Boot Bags
Snowboard boot bags, which are the same as ski boot bags, make it convenient for you to carry your large chunky snowboard boots around. The boots will fit nicely inside, with excess room for other accessories. Snowboard boot and helmet bags have additional space for the helmet which is another space-consuming piece of equipment to store away. Taking your own snowboard boots on holiday is made convenient by the bags having handles and shoulder straps. Getting on planes, trains and buses are all made that bit easier with snowboard boot backpacks.
Snowboard Backpacks for the Resort and Backcountry
No matter whether you are a novice or a pro, all snowboarders should have a snowboard backpack. These can be worn during a day on the slopes or just used to carry your board and gear around the resort. Although they may look like regular backpacks, these bags have handy features like straps to carry your board and pockets so that you can safely store your gear.
One of the biggest things to think about is what size to get. If you plan on riding around the resort or are going on a small daytrip then a size of anything between 15 to 35 liters should be enough. If you’re thinking about doing an overnight trip, then go for something over 40 liters.
What to Put in a Snowboard Backpack?
What you keep in your snowboard pack is ultimately up to you, and obviously depends on what you’re doing with your snowboard. Common things to include some extra clothing like a neck warmer if there is a sudden temperature change, a drink to keep you hydrated and some snacks in case you’re feeling peckish.
Of course, if you intend on riding in the backcountry then go for an avalanche or backcountry snowboard backpack. These backpacks are equipped to hold gear that you may need if caught in an avalanche or adverse weather conditions such as an airbag, ice axe and hydration bladder.
To make sure that you’re dressed appropriately for the slopes, head over to our Snowboard Apparel category, where you will find all the different layers needed to keep you warm and comfortable.