OGIO launch brand-new ALL ELEMENTS waterproof golf bags

OGIO has launched its fantastic new range of golf bags that feature innovative stand bag and cart bag editions with extravagant colourways.

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Wed, 15 Jun 2022
OGIO launch brand-new ALL-ELEMENTS waterproof golf bag

OGIO has launched its brand new ALL ELEMENTS golf bag range with superb selections in both cart bag and stand bag editions.

The ALL ELEMENTS cart bag features waterproof fabric and is seam-sealed throughout with a premium waterproof valuables pocket to keep all of your electronics dry.

The ultimate water-resistant premium 15-way moulded WOODĒ top cart bag delivers a better way to organise your clubs and everything else you bring to the golf course by individual sections and even an extra slot for alignment sticks or training aids.

With superb storage options, seamless integration with push and electric trollies and a range of bold and striking colours, it’s the must-have cart bag for 2022.

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Further features include an insulated cooler pocket, a rain hood, a market holder, a padded single strap and lock-down cart straps.

The cart bags include designs such as Shibori Mountain, Terra Texture and Nebula. This latest release has further stamped OGIO as one of the best golf bag brands in Europe.

With the ALL ELEMENTS stand bag, it has an ultimate water-resistant premium 8-way moulded WOODĒ top stand that separates your woods from your irons, not only making it easier to find the club you are looking for, but also protecting your woods.

With the innovative ball silo pocket, superb storage options and a range of bold and striking range of colours, it's the go-to bag for 2022. The stand bags can be found in various colours such as Warp Speed, Midnight Jungle, Double Camo and Geo Fast.

More features include an umbrella holder, a pen holder, a Closed-cell foam moulded double shoulder strap with a Fit Disc self-balancing strap system and a velcro glove patch.



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