Golf fashion has come a long way since the days of knickers and argyle socks. Long gone are the days of polo shirts and khakis; today’s players have the opportunity to showcase their personalities, as well as their talent, on the course.
Adidas has been advancing the technology of golf fashion for over a decade and will launch its new Adidas Fashion Performance* in September. Tiss Dashan, Adidas’ senior director for global design calls it “street styling” that you can play on the golf course. The colors are vibrant, bold, and inspired by the latest runway trends. Adidas Fashion Performance includes a retro Adidas logo and retains the Climacool technology which “maximizes breathability and wicks moisture so you feel cooler, drier, and more comfortable” on the course.
Adidas will also launch a new line of shoes, Adistreet, which feature the same bright colors as the clothing line and are spikeless so they can also be worn off the course.
(*Jason Day is the poster child for the new Adidas Fashion Performance line and sported the colorful apparel at the Bridgestone Invitational.)
If your personality is a bit more flashy than the new Adidas line, you’ll want to check out Loudmouth Golf. According to the Loudmouth Golf Site, creator Scott “Woody” Woodworth, “has re-defined and single-handedly brought back the infamous golf fashion from the 1970s.” This line is a combination of bright colors and bold patterns designed specifically to turn heads on the course. And who could better represent the wild side of golf than John Daly? This cigarette smoking, beer drinking, fun-loving golfer (who looks like a new man after losing all that weight) certainly has the personality to fit the brand.
If you’re looking to accessorize, Loudmouth Golf can assist there as well. They make everything from hats to club covers that match each of their unique designs.
The years of khakis and thick cotton polo shirts are over, guys (and dolls). What do you think about the newest fashion?
Information cited in this post comes from:
Loudmouthgolf.com, adidas.com, and this golf.com article.