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japanadaMost board bags are around 160-170cm so that would work if you never plan on getting an bigger of skis. You should be able to fit your boots, jackets, coats ect in there as well. Pack all your street clothes in there too. Take a carry on with any personal items, toiletries, computer along with anything that is breakable ie goggles, beacon ect.\
I would just keep an eye out at each stop to make sure if your bag is taken off, it gets put back on!
Also dont forget the booze and headphones. Greyhounds suck in my experience.
E_Z_STEEZthe new armada bags are sick and would be good for this but they are expesive
missidaxThanks! It's my first time catching a greyhound (I'm forigne okay) but they certainly don't have the best reputation, especially in the country where someone was cannibalised on one...
.Roockley.the armada bag is a good choice or the double one douchebags do, it extends to like 210cm i think so room for a bunch of stuff
saskskierTo be fair to Greyhound, there is no way they could have predicted that. Also, (to the best of my knowledge) it's only happened once. Considering there are hundreds, if not thousands, of Greyhound busses running everyday, I wouldn't list that as a reason to be worried.
That said, the times I've dealt with them, they've had terrible customer service.
KravtZI have a monster Dakine snowboard bag that fits 2 pairs of skis ... (180 and 189's) plus all of my outerwear and long johns, neck warmer, gloves, etc. So I basically put all ski stuff in that and than carry on my boots and have another bag for clothes.