For skis, the dakine double is awesome. I can fit two pairs of skis, a pair of boots, an almost all my outerwear in it. It's really not that big and is only $110ish. For packs, osprey is top of the line. The Kode 30 is PERFECT for 1-2 day trips. For weekenders take a look at the Kode 45 or ospreys 60L pack. All extremely well made and look pretty sweet
Real quick question about a bag. Now that i have my own ski boots i need to travel with them when i go on ski vacations. Question is i dont wanna pay extra for the bag when on flights, could i pack the boots in a big bag(the ones with wheels) and still have space for casual clothes and ski gear? (jackets,pants and so on)
They're a super thick, durable material that I can't imagine ever tearing. Plus it won't let water in so you don't have to worry about tossing your bag in the snow/on the ground if you're waiting for the bus or need to get something out of it.
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Yeahhhh. North face duffels are fucking amazing. They won't hold skis but all of your other gear they will. They'll take crampons without tearing even. I've seen people use them for 10 plus years without a single problem. They are so overly beefy you can't go wrong. I'd pay twice as much for that bag if they charged it. It's that good
I have this:
I love it. I go to the hill just almost every weekend. I've had it for 2 years now (I think) and its held up just fine. Unlike their bindings.
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i have a big Volkl roller bag. Ive been using it to travel the last few years n its awesome as fuck. holds everything: 2 pairs of skis, poles, helmet, boots, jacket, pants, hoodies, pretty much everything
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