Winter sports are very fun, but with the fun comes lots of equipment. For a place to store some of your belongings, you can simply use the Deluxe Trapezoid Boot bag by High Sierra. Even though it is called a boot bag, lots more than just boots can go into this bag. There is a large U-shaped center compartment that can hold a helmet. The two zippered compartments on the side are constructed to hold your ski boots. But don't you worry about the Deluxe Trapezoid Boot Bag getting all wet and soggy from your snow-filled boots. This High Sierra bag is built with ventilation and drainage grommets. Besides your boots and helmet, the bag can hold extra gear like hats, gloves and goggles in the zippered pocket on top of the lid. The Deluxe Trapezoid Bag is easy and comfortable to carry as a result of the S-shaped shoulder straps. The bag is constructed with a padded back panel and frame sheet helps to distribute the heavy load evenly. Please note these bags have the skis.com logo on them.
Large main compartment with U-shaped opening holds gear.
Two zippered side compartments with ventilation/drainage grommets hold ski or snowboard boots up to size 13.
Zippered front accessory pocket holds hats, gloves and tools.
Zippered pocket on top of the lid holds goggles and other accessories.
S-shaped shoulder straps and back panel with high-density polyethylene structure help distribute heavy load evenly.
Please Note These Bags Have the SKIS.COM Logo On Them
Large enough to all my miscellaneous essentials that you may or may not need on any given day, and can put extra clothes in. But the material between the boot sides and interior are so flimsy that you have to remove everything in the interior section to get the boots back in.
A: The straps are not removable and cannot be tucked away. Many users use their ski boot bag as a carry on to ensure their ski boots make it to their destination as most skiers would rather rent skis and have their own boots than vice versa.
Answered : Jan 25, 2016
By : Chris
Q: Could this bag be carried onboard aircraft?
Asked : May 05, 2015
By : Bruce, Richardson, Texas