How to Travel With a Snowboard

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Traveling with a snowboard means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. Find out how to travel with a snowboard with help from a snowboarding professional in this free video clip.

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Hey, this is Aaron from Eastern Boarder, and today we're going to be talking about traveling with a snowboard. Traveling with a snowboard means a lot of different things to a lot of different people. But it almost, always means you're going to be using a snowboard bag. So, whether you're traveling in your car, or in an airplane, either way, you're going to want to get the snowboard bag. There's different types of snowboard bags that are better suited for different types of travel. The most basic design is your lighter weight, canvas style bag, like I have in front of me right here. And this is going to suit most average people's needs. These boards are designed to, these bags are designed to fit the boards with the bindings on them. So, you can just slide it right in, zip them up. If you have items, other items to go with you, such as your gloves, your helmet, your boots, you can usually fit those in there too. What this is going to do for you, in addition to making it easier to carry all your equipment with one cohesive unit. It's also going to protect your unit from scratches, and it's also going to protect the inside of your car from your equipment. Some boards have really sharp edges and they can tear your upholstery. Or, when you're done snowboarding, they can leak you know, melted snow and water, or sometimes parking lot grind onto the interior of your car. So, the bag for an average price of 30 or 50 dollars, is going to help you protect your investment in your snowboard and your automobile. Now, if you're going to be traveling on an airplane, you want to protect more of your snowboard than anything else. And for that instance, these bags will work, and they keep your board from getting scratched up. And most manufacturers offer a heavier duty bag with padding built into it, a little bit larger size for more storage. And some of them may even have wheels on them. So, those are the different options that are out there, that are available for you to have when you're traveling with your snowboard equipment.


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