Best Electric Skateboard Backpacks and Bags (in 2021)

What is the best electric skateboard backpack? 

The best electric skateboard backpack will always depend on your specific needs and preferences. But generally speaking, I consider the eskate backpacks made by Slick Revolution and Alter Bags to be the industry standard. These backpacks use universal design, which means that they can accommodate and effectively transport nearly any size or brand of electric skateboards.

Order the Slick Revolution Eskate Backpack here on their website.

Order the Alterbags Native Backpack here on their website.

It’s hard to overlook the extreme fun that comes with an electric skateboard, but many people might forget how practical these devices can be. Owning an electric skateboard has been great for my commute. I sometimes even look forward to going to work because of the exciting skating that the commute now entails!

But the weight of an e-board can make it a bit hard to do longer commuting. For me, the toughest part of riding long distances is having to occasionally carry my skateboard around. Holding a thirty pound device while riding on a bus, train, or car quickly becomes a hindrance. While several options exist to help riders cope with the weight of their boards, e-skateboard backpacks are one of the most popular ways to mitigate the burden of carrying a skateboard. Some companies are even creating unique backpacks that can carry your board, electronics, and even your books too!

This article will give you an in-depth look at the explosive market for electric skateboard backpacks in 2020. Buying a new backpack for your electric skateboard is often a bit more complex than it might initially seem; there are several major things to consider.

Let’s start by breaking down a few of the most important factors in the eskate bag equation.

Which is the best electric skateboard bag? 

The best bag for an electric skateboard is the Board Bag. It is built with quality materials, and it offers great functionality and protection. Another great bag is made from Hubro Designs. It shares some features with the Board Bag, but it’s a bit more affordable and cheaply constructed. I’ve included some contrasting information about these two popular options below so that you can make up your own mind.  

Order the Hubro Board Bag on Amazon.

One thing to remember is that backpacks aren’t just for use when you ride. They also serve as a reliable partner to carry around all of your things. A good skateboard backpack will easily tote your device, but also hold everything you need to make it through the day. Because of how many additional features industry-leading boards can offer riders, it can be tough to know which backpack is right for you. Stick with me and I’ll show you the ins and outs of this important purchasing decision.

Why use an electric skateboard backpack and bag? 

You may be asking yourself the question: why should I use an electric skateboard backpack at all? After all, the whole point of an electric skateboard is to avoid walking around with it. Your concern makes sense! E-boards are primarily for riding. But sometimes we want to take the e-board away from home. Sometimes we want to make weekend trips or longer travels. When skating to and from a destination becomes infeasible, carrying your board around will become a necessity. 

But anyone who’s had an electric skateboard should know that they pack some serious weight. Carrying your device by hand will quickly become a terrible chore. A good electric skateboard backpack can make carrying your device a breeze.

Okay, I own an electric skateboard and it is awesome, but how do I travel with it? 

If you want to travel with your electric skateboard for long distances, a backpack will be indispensable. A backpack to hold my board? What a brilliant idea! These bags allow you to free both your hands when you need. Anyone who skates has experienced the struggle of holding a grocery bag in one hand and then trying to answer your phone while holding your e-skateboard in the other should know how important it is to have a way to reliably hold and transport your board. Buying food, a train or bus ticket, or calling someone with your phone are all things made possible when you don’t have to either ride or carry your board by hand everywhere. 

Today I will be talking about electric skateboard backpacks. These devices have a number of uses, but they’re especially helpful for skaters who are traveling or moving locations.

The best electric skateboard Backpacks

Slick Revolution ESK8 Rucksack – the new Obed Backpack

Slick Revolution wanted to create an electric skateboard backpack that fit ‘most’ electric skateboards. What does Slick Revolution mean by ‘most’? They mean that their skateboard backpack can accommodate every e-board which has a flat deck. This is a pretty wide range; only skateboard with feet straps or above-board batteries are excluded.

The backpack comes with an adjustable truck sling to support your board from underneath, a large rear zip open section with internal microfleece dividers, and centrally hinged padded shoulder straps. One feature I really like is the aluminum side and top carry handle. This feature means that you can carry the bag both vertically and horizontally.

The Slick Revolution ESK8 Rucksack comes with a Velcro side pocket with an external outlet for a a USB cable. It also has reflective rear areas for nighttime visibility. You can also transport your helmet via a Pull-out “G hook” helmet strap. The back is made out of mesh fabric, giving it a fresh look while maintaining sufficient padding. To distribute the weight even more, you can use the hip straps;. If you don’t like them you can also remove them.

What is really unique about this backpack is that, although it is Slick Revolution branded, the logos are removable so riders of Lacroix, Backfire, Meepo, or other brands can add their favorite logo—or ride with a blank bag.  

Pre-order the backpack on the Slick Revolution Website.


  • Good quality materials
  • Great weight distribution
  • External eyelet for a USB cable
  • Suitable for a lot of boards
  • Reflective stripes for enhanced visibility
  • Helmet Strap
  • side handle for horizontally carrying
  • Logos are removable – you can customize your backpack!


  • Board (Grip tape or wheels) stands out at the bottom (board cover recommended)
  • new on the market therefore not tested (no reviews)

Alter Bags Native Backpack

The Native Backpack looks great. And if you compare it to the other models on the market, it’s also relatively affordable. This backpack is a robust and functional bag for carrying electric skateboards. Alter bags is based out of Singapore. In April 2019, the first line of Native Backpacks was launched online and started shipping worldwide. The Native backpack comes with a 15 inch padded laptop compartment, 2 quick access side pockets for smaller items like your wallet or remote, and 2 side pocket slots made for a water bottle. As you can tell, the Native Backpack is fitted with quite a bit of useful compartments. It also comes standard with reflective strips for better nighttime visibility, which is tremendously helpful during dark rides. The device’s integrated helmet storage fits your typical half shell or full-face helmets for ease of storage.

Alter’s Native Backpack is available in two different sizes: The Mini and the Maxi. The Mini is suitable for boards up to 32 inches in length, up to 10 inches in width, and a wheelbase (wheel-to wheel clearance) of 17 inches. By contrast, the Maxi is made for e-boards more than 32 inches in length, up to 11 inches in width and a wheel-to-wheel clearance of 22 inches. The Native Backpack fits non-electric boards as well. The main storage compartment of about 16.5L for the Mini and 28L for the Maxi. Both are expandable with a roll-top design. Check out their website here.

Video about the Native Eskate Backpack


  • Looks great
  • Good weight distribution
  • Laptop Compartment
  • Suitable for a lot of boards


  • Board (Grip tape or wheels) stands out at the bottom (board cover recommended)

Monark Supply Skateboard Backpacks

The Monark Supply Backpack is great if you only want to carry your electric skateboard and some small belongings. It doesn’t offer a lot of room, but it makes up for this limited carrying capacity with its tight fit and alternative carrying method. This bag is worn on just one shoulder rather than the two shoulders used by many traditional backpacks. The bag is made out of nylon and has one large pocket and one smaller pocket.

Riders interested in this novel device should be mostly concerned with whether or not their device will fit.

Link to Product: amazon.com/Backpack-Monark


  • Good quality materials
  • Great weight distribution


  • Board (Grip tape or wheels) stands out
  • Small
  • Not built for eboards therefore maybe to small

Hubro Designs Boosted Board Longboard Backpack

Hubro Backpack

Like the Boosted Backpack, the Hubro Backpack is designed to work with all Boosted Boards except for the Mini. Though it’s specially designed for Boosted, it should work with other boards which have a pintail (pointy tail) as well. The main compartment comes with a padded 13″ laptop sleeve, which is a major asset for student skaters. The top of the backpack includes an accessory pocket with soft microfiber lining for phone, keys, wallet, controller, or other small items. The Hubro Backpack comes with a padded bottom compartment for charger storage. It’s separate from the main compartment, allowing for convenient and quick access. Two mesh side pockets for water bottles or other smaller items round-off the device’s structure.

Those familiar with Boosted should know the kind of performance standards they should expect from this backpack. But in my opinion, this bag comes with neither the appearance nor the performance Boosted usually offers. However, the price-tag on this board is really attractive. It only costs a third of the Boosted Backpack! The official Boosted bag has all the performance features we’d expect from Boosted, but it also comes with a pretty high price. I recommend the Hubro Backpack as an ideal budget option for fans of the Boosted skateboard.

Link to Product: amazon.com/Hubro-Designs-Backpack


  • Cheap Price
  • Good weight distribution
  • Suitable for many boards
  • Laptop compartment


  • Not the best quality

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Superow Backpack for Onewheel

The Superow Backpack is specifically designed for the Onewheel+ XR, although it also works with the Onewheel+ and the Onewheel V1. The smaller Superow Backpack works well for the Onewheel Pint. It is equipped with backpack-style shoulder straps that distribute the weight of the Onewheel and allow for more comfortable extended transport. Weight distribution is a major concern for Onewheel backpacks. The strange trademark shape of the Onewheel makes it difficult to carry in any comfortable fashion.

An added chest strap is attached to minimize the movement when the backpack is in use. The Superow Backpack also features a leather handle that allows you to pick up your Onewheel backpack and carry it sideways like a regular bag. This bag can be used like a backpack or a regular bag, which is a pretty big plus. The backpack is also designed to fold into a small carrying case when you are not carrying your Onewheel. 

Link to Website: craftandride.com/superow-backpack-for-onewheel


  • Good quality materials
  • Foldable to a small carrying case


  • Pricey
  • No space for lots of additional stuff

Obed Backpack

The Obed Backpack is made by OBED, a US-based company. The backpack works with the majority of the electric skateboards on the market. Since the backpack has a separate board compartment, it allows for the board to sit closer to your back. This is always a good feature; having the board closer to your body distributes its weight more effectively. The Obed device works well as a skateboard backpack, making it feel more like a weighted vest than a heavy backpack. The bag is low profile, making it much smaller than most of the other devices on this list.

The bag is made with a very durable, thick fabric. It also has some heavy-duty padded back straps. The biggest quality indicator on many e-skateboard backpacks is probably the zipper. The board compartment zippers are actually heavy-duty zippers. The storage compartment has a regular weight zipper, mostly because it won’t take as much abuse as the board compartment counterparts. When electric skateboards are locked in, the backpack is pretty solid. It’s not designed for a boosted board, but Boosted devices fit perfectly, nonetheless.

However, the Obed backpack is not available anymore. But Slick Revolution designed a very similar new model, which I have already presented above.


  • Good weight distribution
  • Suitable for a lot of boards


  • Not the highest quality
  • Board (Grip tape or wheels) stands out at the bottom (board cover recommended)

Backpack for LOU Electric Skateboard

LOU Backpack

The LOU electric skateboard backpack is another one on my list. I really like the style of this backpack. It’s exclusively made for the LOU board, which means that only small e-boards will fit onto this backpack. The location of the board straps is not very clever, unfortunately. You have to put the board on the front of your bag, meaning that all the weight will be distributed on the front of the backpack. Although the LOU board is extremely light, this bag’s poor weight distribution might quickly lead to back problems in riders who use it for too long. The backpack includes a laptop pocket inside, as well as a front zippered pocket. The entire backpack is made from comfortable cotton and nylon material.


  • Looks good
  • Roomy
  • Laptop compartment


  • Not the best weight distribution

Evolve Backpack

Evolve Backpack

The Evolve Backpack really has some time behind it, huh? This backpack came out 2 years ago, and it’s gotten some solid attention within the community. I really like the look of it. It also has a multitude of different compartments and pockets. This e-board backpack has also a padded laptop sleeve built into it. One unique feature is that its insulated compartment is made for bottles. The back is made out of 3D mesh for good breathability. The logos are reflective and can easily increase nighttime visibility. However, customers say that the backpack is not of the highest quality. In particular, the device’s board straps are poorly made and might fall apart after just a few months. Another drawback is that the bottom of your boards will probably stand out from the backpack, so the grip tape will touch your shorts and can eventually tear your shorts apart.

Link to Website: evolveskateboardsusa.com/backpack


  • Reflective stripes
  • Insulated Bottle Compartments


  • Outdated
  • Cheap board straps
  • Bottom of board stands out (board cover recommended)

GoRide Tech Backpack

The GoRide Tech Backpack is very comparable to the LOU Backpack. It is specially designed to carry relatively compact and portable electric skateboards. You don’t mount your board on the back, but instead on the front, of your backpack. This method does make it easy to attach the board onto the backpack, but it doesn’t offer the best weight distribution. Your back and shoulders will probably hurt if you carry your heavy e-board using the GoRide Tech backpack for a long time.

The Backpack can hold e-boards of up to 19.5 lbs. It also includes a hidden laptop compartment and two bottle holders.

Link to Product: amazon.com/GoRide-Commuter-Skateboard-Backpack


  • Price
  • Suitable for a lot of boards
  • Laptop compartment


  • Not the best quality
  • bad weight distribution

Deck Hook for electric skateboards

Deck Hook

The deck hook is maybe the most convenient and best solution for many riders. The basic premise is simple. It’s an attachable aluminum hook that you can mount on almost any backpack you want. Compatible with Boosted Boards and many other devices with reverse or traditional kingpin trucks, The Deck Hook clips on to any 2 strap backpack using a patented Snap system. The straps magnetically locate in to place and can hold up to 40kg each. To release, simply slide down the SNAP lock.

Intro do the Deck Hook

Some users really love their deck hook, while others report that the weight distribution of the backpack could be a lot better. For most riders (including me), it’s best to have the weight of a skateboard as close to the back as possible. But with the deck hook, you have the majority of the weight in the front of your backpack—far away from the user’s back.

Link to Website: deckhook.com


  • Price! Cheapest on the List
  • Good quality materials
  • Suitable for a lot of boards


  • Bad weight distribution
  • new on the market therefore not tested (no reviews)
  • board is not fixed (board could dangle)

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The Board Bag comes in two models: The Board Bag and the Board Bag Mini. The regular Board Bag has been custom-fitted for the Boosted Board Stealth, Plus, V2 and V1 models. The Board Bag Mini works well for the Boosted Mini S and Boosted Mini X. This slim-fitting Boosted Board backpack provides protection anytime you travel, keeping your Boosted Board safe when you check your luggage at the airport. Most airlines do not accept checked baggage with hanging straps. To solve this issue, Board Bag’s backpack straps can be quickly tucked away into a zippered storage compartment for easy travel.

Two large front pockets are made for storing your Boosted Board accessories. They are not very large, but they should be roomy enough to carry a 12-inch MacBook. The Board Bag uses pretty strong and durable zippers and pull tabs throughout. To maintain structure and protect the seams,  each wheel hub exterior has been lined with a durable Nubuk.

Link to Website: boardbag.co


  • Good quality materials
  • Roomy
  • Padded for board safety


  • Price

Onewheel Mafia Slingpack

Mafia is a company that makes its bags out of old kite sails. It was founded by siblings Marco and Paz Mafia in 2012 in Buenos Aires. Formerly a professional kite-surfer, the idea for Mafia struck Marcos when he realized how many sturdy, colorful sails were stashed away untouched in storage facilities.

Onewheel Mafia Slingpack

Designed and made in MAFIA’s new design studio in San Francisco, the sling pack for the OneWheel is sewn from re-used sails. The handles are made of up-cycled wetsuit neoprene.

Link to Website: onewheel.com/mafia-slingpack

Intro to Onewheel sling pack by mafia


  • Good quality materials
  • Upcycling work
  • Great company concept (MAFIA)


  • Pricey

Hubro BrdBags

The Hubro BrdBags are designed to fit Boosted longboards. They offer different models able to accommodate all popular Boosted models. You can read more and pick the perfect model to you by looking through the company website.

The Boosted Stealth, Boosted Plus, and Boosted’s V1, V2, or V3 longboards are all suitable for this backpack. However, the device will not accommodate the Boosted Mini S or Mini X models. Longboards made by brands other than Boosted may also fit if they share dimensions similar to Boosted Boards (~38 to 41 inches in length). 

The durable 600D exterior material claims to be water-resistant. The inside lining is padded on all sides to help protect from damage during travel. The Brdbags have also large exterior pockets and one interior accessory pocket, which can offer storage for a charging cord, remote, tools, spare parts, and other accessories.

The bags are travel-ready, equipped with pack-away backpack straps. You can tuck them away in a dedicated storage pocket whenever necessary. Pretty useful if you need to check the bag in on a busy flight, or simply wish to tuck them away to carry via the side handle or removable shoulder strap. The bags also come with padded carry handles and a detachable shoulder strap.

Link to Amazon:


  • Many models available
  • Roomy


  • Not the best material used

MovPak – 2 in one – Backpack Electric Transportation


The Movpak (spoken Movepack) is actually a backpack and an electric skateboard combined into one device. You can carry it like you would carry your regular backpack, but also ride on it like any other electric skateboard. The concept is pretty unconventional and innovative! You can even pull it like a suitcase to save your shoulders and back from pain, stress, and discomfort.

You can ride up to 15 mph for a maximum range of around 6 miles. This is exceptional for such a strange new device. The Movpak includes integrated front and backlights. These are pretty helpful for riding in the dark. The Movpak even uses integrated speakers so that riders can connect their phones via Bluetooth and listen to music or directions while riding. It’s even possible to dictate a message to your Google Assistant while you ride this device! The deck is made out of wood and Kevlar, making it both flexible and strong.

It is just a normal (but pretty heavy) regular backpack. It has zippers and pockets to carry whatever you need for your trip, and you can also wear on your back or pull it like a piece of rolling luggage.


Range 6 miles (10 km)
Top speed15 mph (24 km/h)
Weight16 lbs (7,3 kg)
Weight limit240 lbs (108 kg)
Charge time2 hours
Volume of backpack35 Liters
Link to Website: movpak.com
Price$ 699

Useful Eboard backpack and bag accessories

Board Cover

A quality board cover can help you to avoid scratching the back of your pants with the rough grip tape most e-boards come equipped with. Board covers are typically very affordable, lightweight, and compact to store. Most of these devices will be relatively easy to apply to the board. Furthermore, board covers will help to protect your board against water or dust during traveling. Check it out at Amazon.

Lights for backpacks

One very effective way to improve your visibility during nighttime rides is to strap some lights onto your backpack. I am doing this myself and I highly recommend this approach for any riders needing more vertical visibility. If your e-skateboard has lights already, this could be sufficient. But sometimes car drivers won’t realize you’re there, even if you have lights on your board. Because of this, adding lights higher up is often a good idea. A backpack is a perfect spot for these new lights to be installed. Check it out on Amazon.

Pacsafe Bag Protector

Maybe this accessory seems a bit over the top, but it can actually be really useful for riders. With this bag protector, you can safely store your laptop and other important belongings in your backpack. But more importantly, you can secure your precious e-board as well! The Pacsafe Bag Protector is big enough for almost every electric skateboard on the market. With this tool you even can store your board and backpack in a hostel, hotel, or even on a bus station to walk around freely. Check it out on Amazon.

Waterproof dry bags

If you really want to travel wherever and whenever you want, dry bags are essential. Waterproof dry bags can be the difference between total disaster and a relaxed walk in the rain. If you want to travel to countries where the weather is tropical and where monsoon seasons occur, dry bags are a must.

The ultimate guide to choosing an electric skateboard backpack and bag

Okay, so we’ve established how electric skateboard backpacks can be both convenient and necessary to the average rider. How do we choose the right one? What is important to consider before buying an e-board backpack? 

The reason why we can’t use normal skate and longboard backpacks is that these are not made for the heavy weight of e-boards. Electric longboards are often more than three times as heavy as regular longboards. Carrying more than a few kilos on your back for an extended period of time can be dangerous for the health of your back and spine.

This is the same reason why most hiking backpacks are bulkier (and a bit uglier) than regular bags. They don’t need to look cool, but the devices certainly need to protect your back against serious injuries if you carry your whole set-up for a three-day camping hike. Using this same logic, it’s easy to see why we need specialized backpacks to handle the stress of carrying a heavy electric skateboard.  

Fit and Comfort 

In my opinion, this is the most essential part when it comes to choosing a backpack. If you are going to carry your backpack (and your e-board) over an extensive period of time, or especially if you plan to pack it with multiple heavy items, you’ll want comfortable adjustable straps with ample padding. It’s useless to have an expensive and pretty backpack if you start getting sore shoulders or back pain every time you carry it.

Board Straps 

Board straps constitute the main feature that makes an electric skateboard backpack different than a regular carrying bag. On regular skateboard backpacks, you will find the board straps on the front. However, on E-board backpacks you’ll need to mount the board at the back, closer to your back. Therefore, the straps on e-skateboard backpacks are on the back or in-between the backpack (inside of the rear compartment). 

A good board strap should be durable and adjustable enough to withstand the average weight of electric skateboards. There are three common types of different board strap designs and mechanisms: the click-type, the elastic strap, and the Velcro strap. 


Almost every electric skateboard backpack comes with more than one compartment. If you want to know how big the capacity of a backpack is, look at the liters, which should be clearly listed on the product’s website. But keep in mind that the number of liters listed refers to the total volume of all compartments combined—not just the main one.

To pick the most suitable capacity, consider how much stuff you’ll likely be carrying every day. Don’t ever go for the biggest carrying capacity, especially if you don’t have that many things to carry with you. Getting a bag that’s too big for your needs can create balance issues, and it can also lead to your board rattling around more than it should when you carry it.

Weight Distribution 

Like the fit and comfort, the weight distribution of a backpack is an essential aspect of its specs. Without proper weight distribution, even the best padding will eventually lead to back pain and discomfort. If you want to carry heavy items like a skateboard and a laptop, you need to be sure that your backpack properly distributes the weight across your back.  

Durability and Padding 

The material is a crucial factor in determining the long-term durability of an e-skateboard backpack. There is no getting around the fact that the contents of your bag are at more risk inside the bag then if you had them in your hands. Therefore, it is important to have a tough and durable backpack, especially if you plan to hold valuable essentials in your backpack, such as a laptop or tablet.

I highly recommend choosing heavy-duty materials. Polyester is the most popular choice because of its lightness, durability, and its comparable affordability. Besides, the material at the bottom of your backpack is also very important. If you plan to take a laptop with you, the backpack’s bottom should be reinforced. Otherwise, dropping the bag on hard concrete could lead to massive damage to your pricey electronic device. Take a look at the material of the connected webbing and shoulder straps too! I have seen many backpacks that would have lasted way longer without their cheap strap connection.

The back panel should be contoured and padded for comfort. Foam channels should provide cushioning that also improves breathability. For warm weather riding, you may consider a pack with a suspended mesh system that offers better ventilation. The thickness and type of padding used on the shoulder straps will change with the size of the pack. Thick padded straps provide comfort and support while thinner ones offer better flexibility. Mesh straps provide better ventilation.

Theft Protection 

If you’re traveling with your electric skateboard abroad, or even in your own country, you’re likely to be traveling through a lot of cities and transport hubs. You never know what could happen when you’re walking through the city with your board. Unfortunately, thieves have also gotten smarter and some of them have shifted their focus to bag thievery. Because of this, it could be worth investing in additional security products, such as slash-proof mesh nets and padlocks. This is just another way to further secure your e-board and personal belongings.

Compartments and pockets

I like to geek out when it comes to compartments and pockets. My regular personal backpack is a military backpack with a hell of a lot of pockets and compartments. I just love to fill each pocket with its own items and gadgets. So, I’ve got a pocket for electronics, one for important belongings like wallets and keys, one for my water bottle, and one for snacks. My point is that it always pays to have a variety of pockets to hold all of your valuables.

Water resistance 

Fully waterproof backpacks, and especially large waterproof models, are rare because they require lots of stitching. Zippers will regularly have a hole in the top, and securing a zipper with waterproofing and sufficient stitching can be difficult. Tough and durable fabrics are often used with backpacks, and these offer some water resistance. Some backpacks can also be coated with a water repellent treatment. An even more popular option is to use a removable rain cover. Take a large one so your board fits under it as well. Another option is to pack your most important electronic gear (remote control, chargers, laptop, documents) in waterproof sacks for an additional level of protection.


If you have a huge and heavy electric skateboard, small bags with straps on the back will not be suitable, and they’ll likely be uncomfortable to use. You need to make sure that your e-board will fit into or onto the backpack. Additionally, carrying around a bulky electric skateboard without proper gear can have real impacts. You could injure your back, legs, or arms by using the wrong size of bag or backpack.

Best Electric Skateboards

Check out our articles on the Best Electric Skateboards in each category :

Last words – now it’s your turn!

I hope you have enjoyed reading my article about the best electric skateboard backpacks, bags, and carrying bags. I really put a lot of effort into my website and hope that it is useful to you! If you have suggestions or feedback, please drop a note in the comment section below.

One thing I’m really interested in hearing from you:

Which backpack and which bag do you like the most? What features of this backpack most interest you?

Let me know by leaving a quick comment.

9 thoughts on “Best Electric Skateboard Backpacks and Bags (in 2021)”

  1. Hi, thanks for the summary! Noticed a couple of missing links to some of the brands and some typo errors but overall very informative.

    Any chance you could do a table of which type of boards fits on which bags? Thanks!

    • Hey PP,

      thank you for your comment and your feedback!

      A table of which board fits in which bag is a great idea! But a lot of work too!
      Right now I am pretty busy…
      If I have the time I would love to add such a table in the future.


  2. This was a well written and comprehensive breakdown of exactly what I was looking for, thanks for all your hard work!

  3. I keep a disposable big trash bag tucked in a pouch in case I get caught out in the rain with my board so water don’t ruin my board.

  4. Thanks for useful article!
    A longboard is indeed heavy and longer than a skateboard. The backpack is suitable for my short longboards. This is more comfortable rather than carrying it by hand. 😀

  5. Riding an electric skateboard is fun and always full of adventure. But sometimes, the weight of the e-board takes its toll on the body.
    In some cases, I am left with no other choice but to carry all 30 pounds of it, which is inconvenient if I need to dine in a restaurant or enter a mall. The answer? Use a specific electric skateboard backpack. 🙂


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