Review: Ogio Ozone Stand Bag
The plastic parts of the Ogio Ozone bag all seem to be very well designed and function very well. The stand mechanism is the paddle type which deploys the legs when you set it down. Some golfers are not a fan of this style and like the concealed or full bottom tip, but I didn’t have a single issue using this bag with the legs being engaged or retracted. The two types of lift handles is really nice too. The top rim extension is great for certain lifts while the spine handle works great for a longer carry and better balance.
Another little secret touch was the slot through the upper pocket for riding. Since moving to AZ I haven’t had as many opportunities to walk yet this bag really rides well on power carts. The slot for putting the strap through the bag works great for holding it securely to the cart. The plastic bottom of the bag is just the right size too so that it rides nicely in the cart bottom tray.
The Ogio Ozone bag might not be the absolute lightest bag made, but with the Shoxx X4 shoulder straps it feels the lightest of any bag I’ve every carried once it is loaded up with all your golf gear. You can’t just judge this bag without any clubs in it at the store, you need to load up this bag and compare it to another bag fully loaded to really understand how much better these shoulder straps are. If you must carry, the Ogio Ozone Stand Bag is a good option as a solid bag, good looks, and Shoxx X4 shoulder straps for lightening the load.
For more information: www.ogio.com
+Shoxx X4 straps really help
+Woodie top is a functional design
+Unique color options
+Cart strap slot
–Limited plain color options
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