The North Face Base Camp Board Roller

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Retailers' Descriptions

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When it's time for a snow-bound getaway, The North Face Base Camp Board Roller securely stows and protects your board, boots and gear. Tough, thermoplastic elastomer laminate and nylon fabric protect your snowboards from taxi-cab transport, care-free luggage handlers and the tribulations of destination riding. Dedicated boot pockets can be accessed from exterior for easy packing and unpacking. Compression straps on both the interior and exterior help secure items and prevent jostling. Exterior pocket offers easy access to items when travelling; external pocket is also accessible from interior. Large, smooth-spinning wheels make it easy to roll your gear through busy airports and parking lots. Closeout.


Bomber board roller bag built with Himalayan-trusted TPE laminate material to easily withstand rough in-flight turbulence. Room for two decks and two pairs of boots, this board bag includes interior and exterior compression straps for secure travel. Weather-resistant, PU wheels permit rugged, all-weather use. Double-loop handle provides easy wheeling, and multiple daisy chain loops on exterior provide useful lash points. Updated for 2011 with a new, lighter weight design.

- The North Face

The North Face Base Camp Board Roller brings a new level of ruggedness in a lighter weight design for toting around your gear.


The North Face Base Camp Board Roller

previously retailed for:
$194.93 - $279.00

The North Face Base Camp Board Roller is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 9, 2013 at REI.

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