Douchebag ReviewA ski bag has to do two things: One, it should hold a crap-load of gear (not just skis or a board), and two, it should protect your gear from the damage and abuse of travel. The Douchebag (ski bag) easily fits two pairs of skis and apparel, or two snowboards, boots and apparel. As a solo ski traveler, I can fit my skis, poles, boots, helmet and all my clothing for a week-long trip inside the Douchebag—no problem. The polyester 900 and 600D materials do a good job of keeping dirt and abrasions to a minimum, but there is no internal vertical structure to the Douchebag, and this is intentional. The brilliance of the Douchebag design is that it rolls down to a compact 38 x 18.5cm size when you don’t need it, something the Patagonia Black Hole Snow Roller can’t claim to do.
Read the full review of the Douchebag and Douchebag Base 15L here.
Skis in the Douchebag and full loaded:
Rolled up for storage: