Flying with Your Boots
As you might have read in Aaron Bible’s recent story “How To Fly With Your Boots,” there are a few different ways to fly with your boots. Here are a few of Sportube’s easy boot travel solutions:
The Cabin Cruiser: One of Sportube’s carry-on complaint boot bags, the Cabin Cruiser is a wheeled boot bag, making getting through a busy airport a breeze no matter how heavy your gear feels heading toward that early morning flight.
The Overheader: The second of Sportube’s carry-on compliant boot bags, the Overheader resembles a backpack and features a padded back and shoulder straps, so running through the busy airport to catch your flight won’t leave you with bruises from your boots banging against your back.
The Freerider: Ideal for if you are going to check your boots, the Freerider is large enough to accommodate your boots, helmet, snow pants, jacket, and any other gear you might need so you can go straight from baggage claim to the mountain.