OGIO Cirrus Stand Bag Review

2018 OGGIO Cirrus Stand Bag
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Product Update

OGIO has discontinued the Cirrus Stand Bag.  

As OGIO merged with Callaway, they re-imagined their entire golf bag product line.  Unfortunately, this fantastic, near five-star bag is no longer available.

Our favorite OGIO Bag is currently the OGIO Fuse 4 Stand Bag.  Click here for our full review of the Fuse 4 Stand Bag.

OGIO Cirrus Stand Bag: Original 2018 Review

The OGIO Cirrus Stand Bag is our favorite OGIO carry bag.  Over the last two years, the OGIO Cirrus Stand Bag has become OGIO’s front running lightweight, full feature carry bag.  The bag keeps OGIO’s high-quality standards while asserting a more athletic and modern look and features.

Weight

The weight of the OGIO Cirrus Stand Bag is 5 pounds, including the strap system.

In 2018, this weight placed the Cirrus Bag in the lighter end of our preferred range. (In 2020, this weight would now be in the high end.)

Getting Clubs In and Out of the Bag

The OGIO Cirrus Stand Bag has a roundish 9″, seven-way opening with horizontal,

Cirrus Top full-length dividers. The top has a dedicated putter “pit” for larger grips. This opening is one of the most unusual looking tops we have seen. The cross dividers’ lack of straight lines promotes the separation of the clubs in the bag.

The opening for this bag is within our preferred size. We appreciate the dedicated putter pit for over-sized grips and the unusual divider pattern.

Ease of Carrying the Bag

Ogio Fit Disc

The Cirrus has the new Fit Disc Four Point Strap System, which joins the two shoulder straps to allow each to move independently.  The connecting disc allows each strap to adjust automatically, to distribute the weight of the bag better. 

The Cirrus has a padded and molded hip panel to better fit a golfer’s body for greater comfort.  Also, the bag has top rim, spine, and bottom handles for easy lifting options.

OGIO continues to innovate on its strap carry systems.  The Fit Disc Four Point Strap System lends itself to a very comfortable carry. 

Storage/Pockets

The OGIO Cirrus Stand Bag has seven pockets (6 zippered), including:

  • Large, near full-length apparel pocket
  • Weather-resistant, fleece-lined valuables pocket with cell phone sleeve
  • Walking accessible insulated water bottle holster
  • Scorecard/rangefinder/GPS sleeve

In terms of other attachment points, the bag has a Velcro glove zone and towel loop.

The bag has our preferred number of pockets with ample storage and specialization.

Stability of the Bag

OGIO Cirrus BottomOGIO Stand Bags have historically received consistently positive reviews for their sturdiness and stability. The Cirrus is no exception.  While having a slightly more vertical posture than some stand bags, the Cirrus has a well-constructed leg extension system internal to the bag.

The bottom of the bag has a pivoting base that serves as the leg release mechanism and allows more solid contact with the turf.  Also, the feet of the legs are substantial and resist sinking into the ground.

The stability features and performance of the bag are in line with our expectations.

Extras

The OGIO Cirrus Stand Bag has:

  • OGIO’s long history of making high-quality golf bags
  • Includes rain hood
  • Features that make the bag more cart friendly such as the contoured bottom designed for an easier fit into a golf cart
  • Four color combinations which are brighter and more modern than past OGIO bags

Value

OGIO’s suggested retail price was $209.99.

The $209.99 was a very fair MSRP price for a bag with the quality standards of OGIO.


Our favorite OGIO Bag is currently the OGIO Fuse 4 Stand Bag.  Click here for our full review of the Fuse 4 Stand Bag.

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  2. I bought the OGIO Cirrus stand bag 1 year ago. My problem is , don’t ask, the hood to cover the clubs the sipper broke. Now when I put the clubs in the car and drive away the clubs fall out of the bag. Is there a way to buy another Cover “hood” for my bag. Please let me know

    1. I called OGIO Customer Service at (800) 922-1944 (then press #3) and they said they would replace it free of charge. You just need to call them.

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