October 31, 2016
By Greg Monteforte, Style Insider, PGATOUR.COM
- There's a chill in the air, but there's no need to put your clubs away just yet. Our Style Insider has you covered to keep your golf game going late into the season. (Photos courtesy of respective brands)
Greg Norman Collection Attack Life Gear
From the gym to the trails and even to the streets, Greg Norman Collection’s new Attack Life line delivers the style and performance to keep you looking and feeling your best. The range of t-shirts, polos, hoodies, jackets, shorts and pants bring a more refined look to athleisure gear, and the recycled polyester fabric made from plastic bottles brings a socially conscious vibe to the line.
Greyson Clothiers Sioux Vest & Tahoe Jacket
Puffer jackets and vests remain the hottest layering pieces on the course (in more ways than one), and Greyson’s Sioux Vest and Tahoe Jacket bring the perfect blend of style and performance. The mix of channel and diamond quilting creates a unique and intriguing design. Both pieces are water and wind-resistant and include a lightweight fill.
Devereux Duke Polo & Ford 5-Pocket Pant
5-pocket pants are trending on the fairways and Devereux’s Ford Pant brings an effortless look to the course. The Pima Cotton and Spandex fabric offers a luxurious and comfortable feel, while the dusty hues are perfect for fall. Pair this pant with the brand’s Duke Polo for a cool and confident feel. The tonal palm leaf print and spread collar are distinctly modern.
G-Mac Apparel Jack Jacket
Creating sophisticated on course looks is nothing new for G-Mac Apparel, but now the brand’s new lifestyle range is bringing this same design philosophy to the streets. The new Jack Jacket combines a chic design with a Teflon-coated water resistant shell. Epaulettes, contrasting zippers, and well-designed chest pockets give the Jack a high-fashion look that can take you from the clubhouse to a night on the town.
Adidas Golf Climaheat PrimaLoft Full Zip Jacket
Pack in the heat without packing on the bulk. This Climaheat jacket features hollow-core fibers inspired by natural fur to trap more heat and dry faster, and the PrimaLoft Silver 133g zonal insulation works to maintain core warmth without sacrificing mobility.
Zero Restriction Z500 ¼ Zip Pullover
Zero Restriction continues to crank out fashionable and functional layering pieces. Take the go-anywhere-do-anything Z500 ¼ Zip for example. Articulation in the arms and a modified power torque back provide the range of motion you need to hit bombs off the tee, while the sleek and sporty looks will keep you on point.
Callaway Apparel Micro Weight Fleece Vest
Every golfer needs a great technical vest and this lightweight fleece vest from Callaway Apparel fits the bill. The Opti-Therm technology features hollow polyester fibers that lock in warm air and body heat, while the hint of Spandex provides a high level of playability. Layer this over a sweater or a polo shirt, or even use it as a mid-layer piece for added warmth.
Galvin Green Arrow Jacket & August Pant
The European Ryder Cup Team turned to Galvin Green outerwear throughout the week at Hazeltine due to the brand’s reputation for providing style and top-shelf performance. The Arrow Jacket and the August Pant are constructed with GORE-TEX technology to completely block out the elements, while also allowing for exceptional breathability. Plus, the bold color blocked design and unique purple color helps you to stand out from the sea of black rain gear on the course.
Ping Apparel Zero Gravity
Ping Apparel has taken its SensorDry technology to another level by utilizing a 2.5-layer Pertex Shield+ stretch fabric for lightweight all-weather protection in its Zero Gravity line. Equipped with a three-year waterproof guarantee, the Zero Gravity jackets and vests offer superior breathability, noiseless fabrics, and amazing stretch. It is easy to see why the Zero Gravity range has become a favorite of PGA TOUR player Louis Oosthuizen.
Bradley Allan Merino ¼-Zip Sweater
A golf wardrobe won’t be complete without a classic Merino ¼-zip sweater, and Bradley Allan is putting a fresh spin on this timeless look. The well-tailored modern fit creates a clean look, and the 100% superfine Merino wool delivers natural performance qualities to help regulate body temperature. You can easily pair this sweater with casual chinos or technical pants on the course or jeans or dress slacks off the course.
Bermuda Sands Delta Jacket & Victory Polo
A brightly colored polo shirt under a dark layering piece makes for a sharp look during cooler months. The hint of color creates a powerful contrast and adds life to dreary days. Take a cue from Bermuda Sands and zip up the brand’s water resistant Delta Jacket over the soft and breathable Victory Polo this fall.
Chase54 iPanema Polo
Classic looks never go out of style; they just get modern reboots from time to time. Such is the case with Chase54’s iPanema Polo. The contrast placket and collar offer a vintage look, while a contemporary cut, DryFuze fabric, and heathered texture give this shirt a modern edge.
Dunning Natural Hand Polos
With a fusion of soft cotton and the stretch of a technical polyester, these lightweight polos from Dunning strike the perfect balance between comfort and performance on the course. Plus, the clean looks, timeless styling, and luxurious drape will keep you looking your best this fall and into next spring.
Bobby Jones Bristol Ribbed Sweater & Flannel Spread Collar Shirt
Casual Fridays never looked so good. Bobby Jones’ flannel shirts have the heft to carry you through the coldest fall days and the spread collar design keeps you on trend. If you do need an extra layer, though, you can’t go wrong with brand’s Bristol Ribbed Sweater. The accent stitching and four-button placket give this sweater a sophisticated, yet laid back feel.