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    Question Carrying Inline Skates

    So I finally found something that my Synapse25 CAN'T swallow up whole, and that is the new inline skates I just bought.

    I'd like to be able to stuff them into a pack to carry them to and and from work easily if I plan to hit the park after work.

    Anyone here skate and have any recommendations on TB bags to easily carry them?

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    I don't inline skate, but I did attempt roller derby once upon a time so I know how bulky skates get. I think a Brain Bag can handle it. If you've got a lot of gear, an Aeronaut might be another option. A derby girl posted in this thread about her Aeronaut as skate bag.

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    Cool thread.

    I'm afraid Brain Bag may be my only choice, but I was hoping not. I'll check the numbers on the Aeronaut. Unfortunately Inline Skates tend to be a bit bigger overall, with bigger boots, and longer frames. They aren't as wide since you only have one row of wheels, but they ore taller and longer.

    I just measured them up and they are roughly 41cm long (heel to toe) x 33cm tall x 11cm wide each. (Putting that here more for my uses as an easy record lol)


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