Story behind it: Created in Sweden by Jon Olsson who has won 9 X-Game medals in Freestyle skiing and is now a GS racer with the Swedish Ski Team. With the input of 150 other athletes they created the finest line of ski luggage ever.
The ski bag weighs just 7.5 lbs., adjustable length to 210cm, has wheels and will roll up into a bundle the size of a thick briefcase. It's designed to have other Db luggage attach to the back for easy wheeling through an airport with just one combined unit.
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- Expandable ski bag (fits skis up to 210cm)
- Rolls up for storage
- Lightweight design
- Convenient in-line skate wheels
- Unique Rib Cage design for versatility and ski protection
- Exterior cinch straps
- Shoulder carrying system
- Dimensions: 15" W x 82.7" L x 7.3" H (38cm W x 210cm L x 18.5cm H)
- Weight: 7.5 lbs (3.4 kg)
Wouldnäó»t it be great if your bag didnäó»t take up your entire shed or all of the floor space in your chalet? The Length Adjustment System is 100% foldable, making The Db is the most storage efficient bag when not in use.
The need for a Lightweight construction became painfully clear when several airliners changed their baggage weight allowances back in 2011. That is why we developed a new and lightweight protection system. The Db weighs in at only 3,4kg (7,5 lbs.).
SHOULDER CARRYING SYSTEM
The Shoulder Carrying System is an adjustable strap that can be attached to the front handle or the sidewall of The Db. The system enables easier transportation by allowing you to tow the bag behind you, freeing your hands for whatever else you may need them for.
The Rib Cage construction is composed of a foldable, three-stage rib structure that is implemented in the bottom and sidewalls of The Db. A total of 19 separate ABS ribs, in combination with carefully selected, durable materials, make The Db the most protective bag on the market.
All Db bags like to hook up. The patent pending hook-up system allows for either the Hugger 30L or the Hugger 60L to hook up with The Db äóñ lifting weight off human shoulders, and placing it over wheels in stead.