Shared from – Chapeau Noir Blog – Trends in Golf Apparel.
Thanks to the recent travel adventures of one Mr. Lee Janzen, we’ve learned that there is no real way to protect your clubs from airline baggage handlers, but it’s still important to do whatever you can to help your prize possessions arrive at your destination safely, and in style.
To do so, Ogio is the way to go. Chapeau Noir favors the Ogio Monster travel bag in Griddle Red (MSRP $249 / around €179.00) — for a myriad of reasons.
You won’t break a sweat hauling the Monster through O’Hare International thanks to Ogio’s SLED™ (Structural Load Equalizing Deck) system, a setup that makes threading your way through the baggage check labyrinth akin to driving a BMW M5 though a tight series of mountain road switchbacks.
Get it? Yes, you should.
The Ogio Monster does everything possible to avoid the Lee Janzen this side of a hard shell travel case — and who really wants to lug one of those around anyway? Painful.
Though it will fit a tour bag, you’re not putting a tour bag in the Monster — primarily because you’re not on tour. Chapeau Noir is all for vanity, but a tour bag will make you look like a dork unless your airline of choice is NetJets.
Your cart or carry bag will benefit from the Monster’s fully padded top compartment, that will take any punishment that comes its way on the trip from the luggage belt to the cargo hold. The Monster accommodates two pairs of golf shoes along with pretty much anything else you care to stuff in there.
But there’s one more thing — and it happens to be the best feature of the Monster, aside from how good it looks — two internal cinch-down straps compliment three external compression straps, securing your golf bag in place so club heads aren’t spinning and clicking away as they move from point A to point B.
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