OGIO brings ‘Day of the Dead’ to life with inventive new golf travel colour design

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Sugar Skulls range takes inspiration from the Mexican festival
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November 3, 2022
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OGIO Europe has released a new golf travel cover in an exciting and colourful pattern design, featuring bright orange and red hues with a ‘Day of the Dead’ twist, as part of a new line of products.

The Sugar Skulls range takes inspiration from the Mexican festival – a two-day celebration held in the first week of November in remembrance of friends and family who have passed away – and sees three popular existing products brought to life.

The newest design by OGIO and the latest offering an eclectic and exciting colour pattern the brand has become noted for, the range is perfect for anyone looking to stand out from the crowd.

Golfers looking to head off on their travels can enjoy the new design as the Sugar Skulls Alpha Travel Cover hits the market. Priced at £140, OGIO’s smallest travel cover remains generously sized to fit both cart and stand bags and comes with extra room to fit items such as shoes, golf balls and clothes.

The Alpha Travel Cover has been released after OGIO debuted its most eclectic range of golf travel covers earlier this year with inventive designs including Whiskey, Terra Texture, Digi Camo and Warp Speed.

Elsewhere, the popular Rig 9800 is one of two other products to have been released in the Sugar Skulls design. The bag, retailing at £270, has a huge 123-litre capacity and comes with a large compartment with adjustable boot dividers and a padded helmet chamber. The SLED (structural load equalising deck) system increases durability and handling in the harshest conditions, as do the heavy-duty oversized wheels.

OGIO’s ultimate everyday companion, the rugged mid-sized Alpha 20L Backpack has also been released in the new design. Equipped with the durability and organisation you would expect from the premium brand, the bag features a dedicated laptop sleeve, two large water bottle pockets, a front-zippered valuable pocket and much more, and is retailed at £80.

OGIO’s expertise extends to a vast range of expertly constructed luggage, backpacks, bags and accessories, which ensures it can cope with even the most testing of environments.

Owned by Callaway Golf Company, OGIO is a premium active lifestyle company alongside a portfolio of global brands, including Odyssey, TravisMathew and Jack Wolfskin.

Founded in 1987, OGIO has become well established with its inventive designs and technologically advanced personal storage products – making them a vital cog in the wheel across a wide variety of sports.

To see the full range of OGIO products, please visit: www.eu.ogio.com.

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