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Wednesday, December 4, 2013

SportTube | Ski and Snowboard Hard Travel Cases

By Andrew Sachs
If you have travel plans over the winter for some ski or snowboard action, you need to check out the SportTube line of ski and snowboard travel cases that we now have available on StoreYourBoard.  These cases will keep your gear safe and secure on your trek for perfect powder days!

SportTube cases are made of high density polyethylene (really hard plastic!) that is strong enough to keep your skis, snowboards and other gear protected, but light enough for easy travel.  Compared to a soft or nylon bag, the SportTube cases will withstand way more punishment, and there are no buckles, zippers, or straps to get torn or broken.  SportTube cases are as serious about protecting your investment in your snow equipment as you are and they've thought of everything to make sure your gear gets from point A to point B in one piece.  They're so sure of their product they offer a 5-year warranty.  



SportTube cases come in three different varieties depending on how you want to travel:

  1. Double Ski Case
  2. Double Snowboard Case, and 
  3. Ski and Snowboard Case.  

Additional SportTube case accessories that keep your equipment safe and secure and make your travel easier:

  • Each case has wheels so you can pull it through the airport no problem;
  • The ends of each case are padded with foam to protect the tips of your skis and snowboards;
  • Each case is adjustable in length to fit your skis and snowboards;
  • Cases are lockable for max protection; and
  • Cases can be shipped via USPS or FedEx without a box. 
Don't just take my word for it on the SportTube cases - SportTube is the exclusive ski case sponsor for NAASF (North American Airline Ski Federation), Ski Cross racer, Matt Brady, the USA Telemark Ski Team, USA Men's and Ladies Spearfishing teams, USA Rafting team, as well as supporting many other aspiring racers, competitors, athletes and regional clubs

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