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My Favorite Skate Bag

I have tried many different types of skate bags, and my personal favorite - especially for traveling with skates - is the rolling back pack.

The Rolling Backpack Skate Bag

The one I own is large enough for my skates (including the brake), helmet, wrist guards, knee pads, and elbow pads, plus it has a removeable day pack on the front. I really love that bag, but a very large size pair of skates would probably be too long for this particular model. You can buy rolling backpacks from most luggage stores and there are also some rolling back packs available at Amazon.com:

Rolling Back Packs at Amazon.com
  • CalPak 18" Rolling Backpack
  • CalPak 19" Rolling Backpack
  • High Sierra 18" Rolling Back Pack
  • Jansport Driver 8 Rolling Back Pack
  • Maxam Rolling Backpack
  • Olympia Rolling Backpack
  • Luggage America RP 1020 Rolling Backpack
  • Luggage America RP 1080 Rolling Backpack
  • International Traveller Rolling Backpack


  • My rolling back pack weighs 8.5 pounds, but since it has wheels, who cares how much it weighs! I drag it behind me when I can, but it's nice to have the backpack straps for boarding a plane, climbing stairs in European train stations, walking across wheel-unfriendly terrain, etc.



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