Burton Wheelie Sub - Rolling Luggage: Reviews
(Inga Hendrickson)

Burton Wheelie Sub – Rolling Luggage: Reviews

Burton Wheelie Sub - Rolling Luggage: Reviews

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Gearhead Enabler

Bulky equipment disappeared in this 8,769-cubic-inch dump bin. The over-under design means there are two cargo holds sporting Burton’s stretchy zippers, which invite overstuffing. Bust the 50-pound mark at check-in and a quick zip splits the monster into two scale-cheaters. We dragged, pushed, and tossed this brute during a Rocky Mountain ski junket, and, minus minor scrapes, the hard, ballistic-grade back panel and 1,200-denier exterior held up like armor. The skate wheels aren’t cut out for off-roading, but on slick surfaces they’re grabby and steer like a dream via the dual-shaft telescopic handle. 14.4 lbs; burton.com
Practicality: 4.1
Durability: 4.6

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