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What can I say about Armada's Anchorage ski bag that I haven't already said. I've been using it religiously in all my travels over the past five years, and if I'm not mistaken I've already reviewed it twice, but I wanted to do it again just to repeatedly (and loudly) proclaim that I think it's the best ski bag ever made, and I feel so strongly about that statement that I've threatened multiple Armada employees' lives if they ever change it.
The best part about this bag is that all of the pockets are on the inside, because I absolutely despise ski bags that have external boot pockets, as I find that it causes ski boots (which are obviously large and bulky) to infringe on the amount of space you have inside, which can make packing for a big trip a bitch. And speaking of the pockets, there's four of them, which my boots, goggles, toques, bandanas, base layers and other accessories all fit into perfectly.
Another huge bonus about this bag is the additional straps on the outside of the bag, as while most skis bags just have one at the top and the carrying strap on the side (which this one does as well), the Anchorage has two additional ones on each of the sides, which makes lifting it that much easier, and sure comes in handy when you've got a sore or bad back.
One thing I noticed about this year's version of bag is that the zippers seem much tougher, as I did have an issue with one of them a few years ago, but then again, when you travel as much as I do, it's bound to happen, so kudos to Armada for strengthening them up.