The EVOC Rolling Snowboard Bag is a high-end travel bag with rollers. This bag is designed with the serious rider in mind. The outer shell of the bag is constructed from a heavy duty Nylon ripstop material that will endure a long life of use and abuse. There are two smooth and silent skate wheels that allow you to roll this bag around with ease. This feature makes a world of difference at the airport when you're trying to lug around a vacation's worth of gear.
The Rolling Snowboard Bag was designed to be able to carry more than just your snowboard. There are multiple pockets and compartments that allow you to store additional gear like gloves, tools, outerwear, etc. Every compartment is fitted with an oversized YKK zipper to provide smooth, jam-free opening and closing. At the head of the bag is a generously padded and sewn handle that is comfortable to hold on to as you tote your board around. The bag also features two adjustable compression straps. These straps allow you to cinch the bag tight around your gear to ensure none of your gear gets sloshed around as it is "handled with care" by airline baggage handlers.
EVOC is huge in Europe and is just breaking into the scene here in the states. For years, European skiers, boarders, and cyclists have been raving about the high quality and attention to detail of EVOC products. EVOC products are German engineered and designed and they live up to the German engineering standard - which is to say they are awesome! EVOC are material and design specialist. Every piece of equipment is not only built with the best material, but is also designed to be as functionally relevant as possible. EVOC was founded by riders for riders, so if you're looking for some of the best gear, then you're in the right hands with EVOC.
I have a 155cm and 163 cm board. Is the 175cm bag too big for those boards? I was thinking of going larger to pack more stuff in bag, but don't want bag to be flimsy while wheeling it.
Well, to be clear, this snowboard bag is really designed to just hold one board at a time, along with some other gear; so it won't necessarily hold both of your boards at the same time. That being said, the 175 cm would be fine for your 163 cm board, and could hold a few more things in there; it won't be flimsy. For your smaller board, I would probably go with the smaller, 160 cm size, if you want a dedicated bag for it -- but if you are thinking of getting one bag to use for either board, it would be okay in the larger bag size.
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