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Reviewing the Thule RoundTrip Snowboard Roller 165cm is a simple task, as it ticks all the snowboard travel bag boxes, and then some.

Overall Score
Overall usability, and the multiple grab handles
Bendy zip

The Thule RoundTrip Roller is a well-constructed snowboard travel bag, for use when you need to move all your snowboard gear at one time - such as on aeroplanes.

The 165cm version we tested has a tough outer shell which is water resistant, and is tough enough to handle all the baggage handlers can throw at it.

The RoundTrip Roller comes with a reinforced base - which helps protect your board - while the base's rigidity helps when rolling the bag around airports. There are also two padded sleeves included: to both protect your board's top and tail, as well as keeping your soft goods from being slashed by those sharp edges. A nice additional touch is the two internal cargo straps, which hold the board snug to the bottom of the bag.

We tested the 165cm (which internally, actually comes out at 163cm): it was big enough for most snowboards, boots and enough clothing for a week long holiday. If you're planning on splitboarding expeditions, and looking to travel only with one bag, you'll need to go for the larger 175cm or 192cm version.

There's a large internal mesh accessory pocket, which can be easily accessed by unzipping the bag half way along the slightly strange wavy zip (which is hard to do up and a little annoying when the bag is stuffed full).

The wheels are large and solid, totally capable of handling snowy resort streets. In fact, the Thule RoundTrip Roller really does roll along like a Rolls-Royce, and the padded external compression straps double as a handle, making it very easy manoeuvre through a busy airport - especially for those that are more vertically challenged.

A top quality snowboard bag, although with a slightly higher price tag than most.