This is my second Ogio
carry bag that has failed. Both failed shortly after the one-year warranty and in both cases Ogio
would not stand behind their product because the warranty had expired. Expect two failures with the Ozone: first, the strap design can't actually take the weight of carrying the bag and eventually tears away from the bag (that's what happened to my first lighter weight Ogio
bag...I was assured the Ozone was much heavier duty and would last longer. it did not). Second, the stand connection to the bottom of the Ogio
is flimsy and broke on my Ozone. It took one year and one month (the stand never worked well on either Ogio
but I was willing to put up with that because I like the way the bag organizes the clubs at the top). To me these bags
seem the epitome of engineered obsolescence: they fail just after the warranty expires. I love the way the bag organizes the clubs, which is why I bought it. I also love the layout of the pockets, particularly the water bottle, which is accessible while I walk. But unless you can afford to buy a new bag every year (I can't) and if you intend to carry your bag, I'd suggest looking elsewhere (my Sun Mountain bag I carried for over 5 years and it's still in good shape...I replaced it with the Ogio
because of the way it organized the clubs). I'd give it 4 stars for its layout, but only 1 star for actual engineering and value.