Posts Tagged ‘Apparel’

Carnoustie Performance Polos

Carnoustie Performance Polos

June 5, 2016  |  Style

Carnoustie Sportswear was founded 20 years ago and features classic timeless apparel designs combined with exceptional quality. Just in time for Father's Day, Carnoustie Sportswear has introduced their Spring/Summer 2016 Performance Knits line of polo shirts. The new line only uses the best micro poly material available and...

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Linksoul

Linksoul

February 14, 2016  |  Golf Shows, Style, What's New

Linksoul debuted new items from their Fall/Holiday 2016 collection.  Among our personal favorites are the 5-pocket Canvas Bamboo pant, French Terry Back hoodie and sweat pants, and Boardwalker shorts.  The attention to detail remains and the extensions to the basic line are great.  The coolness factor continues and we can't...

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Sunice Sport Layers Collection

Sunice Sport Layers Collection

November 11, 2015  |  Reviews, Style, What's New

The Men's Sport Layers Collection from Sunice features neon greens, vibrant blues and rich yellows trimmed with color staples of pure white, grey and blacks adding a dash of color to their highly techical apparel. Featured below are two pieces from the collection - the short-sleeved Webster windshirt pullover in...

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Antigua Desert Dry Performance Cotton

Antigua Desert Dry Performance Cotton

June 12, 2015  |  Reviews, Style

Antigua Sportswear has been producing golf apparel for over 35 years. They recently introduced the Desert Dry Performance Cotton (D2PC) line as part of their 2015 Men's Performance 72 golf collection. The new line offers the look and casual comfort of cotton while maximizing the wicking properties of...

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Devereux Christina O Collection

Devereux Christina O Collection

April 1, 2015  |  Reviews, Style

Devereux recently introduced its Spring 2015 line, the Christina O Collection; the line is inspired by the beautiful countryside and clean architecture of Greece, the tranquil waves of the Mediterranean and Aegean Seas, and Aristotle Onassis, a Greek shipping tycoon married to Jacqueline Kennedy and one of the world's richest...

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Devereux

Devereux

February 10, 2015  |  Golf Shows, Style

Devereux is a new apparel line that is worth checking out; created by brothers and avid golfers, Robert and Will Brunner, Devereux offers a clean, modern style designed to fit properly and built for performance; referred to as "Proper Threads", Devereux is focused on creating apparel that performs, provides effortless...

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5 Questions With: Devereux

5 Questions With: Devereux

October 13, 2014  |  Industry Q&A, Style

We recently became aware of Devereux apparel and were intrigued by their classic yet modern look with subtle fresh colors. We have a couple of polo samples in hand and a review is forthcoming. In the meantime check out the following "5 Questions With" segment as an introduction...

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Daily Essential: Under Armour Grid Polo

Daily Essential: Under Armour Grid Polo

June 6, 2013  |  Daily Essential, Style

Under Armour Grid Polo (2006).  The Daily Essential shares a picture each day from the past that inspire and represent what we like about the industry while capturing the essence of GOLF ESSENTIALS. Follow us on Instagram and share your Golf Essentials using #mygolfessentials. Your shared photos will be streamed...

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FootJoy Apparel

FootJoy Apparel

January 28, 2013  |  Golf Shows, Style

Company: FootJoy Need to Know: FootJoy presented their full line of performance apparel including shirts, pants, shorts, belts, and outerwear. Spring 2013 Collections include the Hamptons, Catalina, St. Simons, and Key Biscayne in addition to the Essentials Collection. Learn More: www.footjoy.com Presented by: Return to PGA SHOW REPORT

Arnie

February 5, 2012  |  Golf Shows

Company: Arnie Need to Know: Created by Quagmire Golf founders Geoff Tait and Bobby Pasternak, Arnie is a new line inspired by the King, Arnold Palmer; the new line features four collections, three of which are based on the looks that were popular during the 50s, 60s, and 70s; the...

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