Designed for golfers on the move, OGIO's new Silencer bag is feather-light, holds all clubs firmly regardless of angle and is as comfortable on the 18th green as it is on the first tee.

Designed for golfers on the move, specialist sports-luggage manufacturer OGIO has introduced its new Silencer stand bag.

Equipped with OGIO's innovative proprietary Silencer Club Protection System (patent pending) and a ground-breaking, weight-equalising SHOXX X4 suspension carrying system - which has automatically adjusting elastomeric straps to equalise bag load and reduce strain - the Silencer provides the most comfortable and quiet golfing experience to date.

Three years in development, OGIO has built the Silencer stand bag from the ground up with the walking golfer in mind. The main design challenge was incorporating the company's unique Silencer technology into a lightweight carry-bag design. The Silencer's dynamic, protective, membrane top separates up to 14 clubheads and the Unibody Grip Lock bottom uses flex-grab teeth to keep clubs in place and eliminate movement.

By reducing the previously omnipresent clanking sound, and minimising club ‘dings', golfers can add years of life to any set of clubs. Also, bending to identify or mark a ball no longer requires the golfer to remove the bag from his or her shoulders - the Silencer holds all clubs firmly, regardless of angle, and eliminates the possibility of them falling out of the bag.

The feather-light stand bag's durable integrated handles allow for stable and secure lifting, while the equalising shoulder strap balances weight across the back, making it as comfortable on the 18th green as it is on the first tee.

Built for efficiency, organisation and ease, the Silencer features seven pockets, including an insulated, zippered water-bottle pocket, as well as a fleece-lined pocket for valuables. The added touch of a pen sleeve also ensures all items, no matter how small, have a secure place.

Available in a range of stylish colours.


RRP: £189
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