The Douchebag: Winter Snowboard and Ski Bag

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Gear

Bet you didn’t expect to see a ski and snowboard bag right? Us either. If you can get passed the name, yes it’s really called The Douchebag, this is actually a pretty useful piece of winter gear for those of you that like to hit the slopes.

Based out of Norway (they were probably unaware what douchebag meant here in the states), the bag maker is owned by renowned alpine ski racer Jon Olsson (yeah the same guy with one of the most baddass R8s on the planet).  What makes this bag so much better than everything else out there is its ability to adjust to any length, making it perfect for snowboards and skis. The bag also comes equipped with a shoulder carrying  strap. The best part is when it’s not being used, the Douchebag neatly rolls up into a manageable size. You can even attach other Douchebag bags thanks to the built-in hookup system.

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