- Ski Bags
For boots – well these bags were going for £25 at the end of last season, they’ve gone bakc up to “rrp” now
http://www.sportsdirect.com/nevica-large-ski-holdall–400306?colcode=40030603Posted 4 years ago
Not worth the rrp, but definietly worth a go at £25nickjbMember
I’ve just go a cheapy standard one from ebay. It’ll easily take two pairs of skis. Can just about get a pair of boots in there but the zip is quite hard to close and it makes a very odd bulge. Starting to wear that ends after a few seasons but I put a couple of straps around it so nothing can fall out.Posted 4 years agoblurtySubscriberjambalayaMemberoliverd1981Member
Turns out you can quite easily have 5-6kgs of gubbins per foot (or leg, not 12in for the avoidance doubt!)
I still can’t figure out why ski boots have to be quite so heavy – not lookin forward to the missus going back to skis for this reason.
the big saving on going from ski bags to a board bag is that you don’t have the weights of all of the separate ski tubes etc. to worry about.Posted 4 years agoKillerMember
I use a big snowboard version of these and fill with skis/ snowbards/ boots.
Watch the weight though. i got mine up to >40kg. (it did have my clothes, a board, board boot,s ski botts, skis and some blades (don’t judge) in there.Posted 4 years ago
They were not happy.comedyphilMember
Has anyone ever had any problem with their ski bag being too large, rather than too heavy? Some airlines (BA, for example) seem to specify a size limit of 190 cm for ski luggage. My skis are 186s, so I figure that when packed up they’re going to be over that limit, although I can’t imagine they actually measure the bags – anyone had any problems with this?Posted 4 years ago
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