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Nice if you want to match your Clicgear 3.5 Bag
May 9, 2013
I think I was blinded by the thought of having a tricked out bag that would match my ClicGear cart.
First impression, the bag is short. Much shorter than any other stand bag I've owned. I have an Ogio Sultan Cart bag and a Cleveland Lightweight Stand bag. Not that it's a big problem, but the height difference was noticeable.
Construction is pretty solid, and the full length dividers are legit. But for a cart bag, the pockets are SMALL. and because of the design of the main club compartment, there isn't much room for expansion of the pockets. I don't think I carry an unreasonable amount of extra gear but I would find it hard to make room for rain pants and a jacket on this bag. The ball pocket with the neoprene hole is a joke, it doesn't really work. The removable cooler is pretty awesome I will admit. There's a little rain gear pocket below the cooler which is helpful to stash gear you rarely use.
The two main large side pockets do have built mini pockets for a first aid kit and miscellaneous items. Those pockets are small but are helpful for storing little junk that gets lost all the time like ball markers and a few tees.
One thing I've grown to love is a external mounted divot tool sleeve that Ogio gives you, this bag doesn't have one.
Bottom line, this bag looks awesome set up on a matching ClicGear cart. Plus with the web pouch and the closing case you get on the ClicGear, this bag will be more than satisfactory.
But if I ever ride rather than walk, I would switch my gear to my Ogio Sultan because this B3 bag just isn't as roomy as you would expect from a stand bag.