Ahead OGIO Engineered Hardware Sled

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The revolutionary new OGIO Drum Sled from Ahead Armor Cases represents the ultimate in versatility and durability. This 38" hardware sled features a heavy duty, state-of-the-art roller board system. The case is crafted from a weather resistant, double stitched, 600 denier polyester material that is guaranteed to hold up against the elements. This hardware case also features oversized wheels, double locking adjustable straps, and a fully retractable handles. These cases are tough enough to survive everything from local weekend gigs to full-on cross country tours. Get your Ahead OGIO Enineered Hardware Sled today at the guaranteed lowest price from Sam Ash Direct with our 45-day return and 60-day price protection policy.

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  • Hardware Sled
Model AA5038w

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AheadOGIO Engineered Hardware Sled
 
4.3

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5.0

First class hardware cases

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from Atlanta, GA

Staff Reviewer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Excellent Construction

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Indoors
    • Outdoors

    Comments about Ahead OGIO Engineered Hardware Sled:

    Ahead has partnered with top extreme sport case designer "OGIO" to create some truly awesome hardware cases. These cases come in 3 lengths: 48", 38" and 28". They have rigid reinforced bottom plates, large oversize wheels with metal assemblies and the 28" and 38" sizes come with retractable handles. These line of bags have been a hit since they came to market and for very good reason.

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    5.0

    Best Hardware Bag Hands Down!

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    from Havertown, PA

    About Me Experienced

    Pros

    • Easy To Carry
    • Good Protection
    • Sturdy

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Concerts
      • Everyday
      • Practicing
      • Travel

      Comments about Ahead OGIO Engineered Hardware Sled:

      This thing is a beast! It's built very strong. The bag is supported by the back plate which is a thick piece of plastic. This piece of plastic has two ridges that make it easier to slide down stairs. The wheels are very sturdy unlike most, which of whom have them sticking wayy out coming off of a skinny axel. It may be more expensive than most, but it's totally worth the money. It's got a little pocket in the inside for a drumstick bag and like a cowbell too. Also, there are straps in there that secure your hardware. I like the retractable handle too. Don't look anywhere else for a hardware bag, I'm telling you!

       
      3.0

      A lot of good things, one bad thing

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      from Middletown, CT

      About Me Professional Musician

      Pros

      • Durable
      • Easy To Carry
      • Good Protection

      Cons

      • Poor Protection

      Best Uses

      • Everyday

      Comments about Ahead OGIO Engineered Hardware Sled:

      When I read about this bag I was downright psyched because for the most part it had many of the features I'd been waiting for for years. It's a hybrid soft/hard case, with the hard in all the right places. Because the bottom is hard, it will slide up and down stairs, and the plastic is totally solid. the telescoping handle is excellent and overall I love it.

      The one bummer: A week after I got it the fabric at the top started separating from the plastic housing. i contacted the distributor and ultimately was sent and email with details about how to take it apart and fix it myself. Not cool. it was 190 bux, they should have offered a new one. I did fix it, but it's coming apart again. Pretty major flaw.

      Nonetheless I use this thing 4 nights a week and everything else about it is holding up nicely.

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