SporTube Hand Pull Series 3 Snowboard/Multi Ski Hard Shell Case
The SporTube® Series 3 Hard Shell Snowboard/Multi Ski Case will ensure your valuable snow equipment is moved from start to finish with superior protection while providing a comfortable and painless travel experience. The case is blow molded in the USA from high-density polyethylene which is strong, durable, and lightweight, protecting your winter sports equipment. The included wheels allow for easy transport.
Check your SporTube® at the airport with a peace of mind that equipment will be safe and sound while in the hands of strangers or skip the line and fees and ship your gear enclosed in the SporTube® to your final destination.
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- Designed to protect up to two snowboards with bindings and boots.
- Holds multiple pairs of skis and poles (rubber brake retainers & nylon ski straps sold separately)
- Hard plastic shell protects gear while traveling and lasts infinitely longer than any soft bag
- SporTube® cases are accepted by all shipping companies including FedEx and UPS (no additional packing materials needed)
- Fits all ski types and binding systems
- Wheels are molded rubber and fitted with steel bearings allowing for easy rolling, maneuverability, and improved durability
- Padded at both ends
- Easy-Pull handle attachment point
- Includes wire case pin
- Can be strapped to the roof of a vehicle to protect your gear from road salt, dirt, and grime
- Utilize this case to transport and protect fishing rods, water skis, and kayak paddles!
- 14˝"w × 7 7/8"d
- Adjustable in length from 42" to 72" (107cm to 183cm)
- Weighs approximately 14lbs
- Contents not included
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 4007050
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by lowriderjake Not easy but got the job done Directions/instructions were pathetic, and I'm sure we will figure it out as we get used to it, but I have no idea how it would, or could, fit two pairs of skis, boots and poles as it claims, and they certainly did not explain it at all...also you need to buy straps to hold skis together and hold ski brakes down, which is not clear either when you buy it. That all said, it was easy to wheel around and we were able to get two pairs of skis and poles, but no boots (it could only fit one boot anyway but that put it over the 50 lb limit and subject to extra charges for airline travel), so plan on carrying boots separately. The case kept our skis relatively safe, except from each other, but it should be designed better inside and explained better as to how to pack it... March 13, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by PZT Best travel case for snowboards and skis If you plan to travel with snowboards or skis this is a MUST.Easy to use, fits everything and easy to travel with.It rolls and now it comes with the travel handle. December 26, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rich Great case for travel , but for 3 skis beware Needed to ship skis by fedex rather than put on the plane with us. This sturdy case lets you do that. With 3 pairs of sskis they say. Took me 2 attempts - a Very tight fit but got them in finally. Also you need to buy special rubber bands for each pairs to hold each set together and this info is not on the site and learned this only the night i needed to pack. I improvised but spent 90 minutes packing 3 pairs of skis as a result Now i need to spend more $ on the rubber bands for the return trip. December 22, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Verified Reviewer Just as advertised Used this to fly Southwest round trip. Flew two snowboards, bindings and boots just under the 50 lbs limit. Held up great and luggage/gear didn't have any damage. When two snowboards are used, the two-piece design is extended so far that it wasn't perfectly straight (the two pieces were about to be apart from each other). It looked weird but still protected the boards. When not being used, the two pieces collapse to about 3-4 feet. With two snowboards packed, it was very long and didn't fit in my car. Had to pack my gear at the airport. Side note: some airlines define your baggage as "one snowboard", whereas Southwest defined it as "snowboard equipment". I'm not sure if those "one snowboard" airlines will accept this luggage. February 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Todd Great purchase I used the SportTube for my snowboard and a pair of ski's. It worked wonderfully and I highly recommend this product. I wished it would have come with a front handle for pulling it b/c with 2 ski's/boards, it was heavy. I will make something to attach to the front for the next trip. February 7, 2011
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