OutdoorMaster Snowboard Bag 2021 - 2020 Review by The Good Ride

This Snowboard Bag from OutdoorMaster is an affordable way to keep your snowboards and gear all together.

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How This Review Happened: We were sent this for an extended demo.

Reviewers: Steph

Dimensions: 18 1/2″ Wide, 65″ Long

This bag has a durable and waterproof fabric inside and out. It comes with a removable shoulder strap, and middle carrying straps.

This Snowboard Bag can hold boards up to 160cm long, and there is plenty for extra room for bindings, boots, and gear if needed.

It doesn’t come with any sort of padding to protect your boards, so if you are taking this on a plane, I would pack extra layers around them so it has some extra protection.

This Snowboard Bag also compressed down a lot for easy storing.

Overall, it is a very affordable bag to store your boards in. It is simple and to the point, and will get the job done at a reasonable price.


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