Serious golfers play in all conditions, so they need gear that can handle anything from rain to cold to wind. Sun Mountain’s new Tour Series apparel is just that kind of gear.
You probably already know that Kentwool makes the best socks in golf, but did you know that they have a new line designed for those who prefer a thinner-feeling sock? Check out Matt’s review of the KW Series.
If Antigua isn’t on your short list for high performance, high value golf apparel, you need to get a new list. For this review, Andrew put their apparel to the test and found that it delivered in every way.
Ian Poulter’s company, IJP Design, continues to grow and create exciting new apparel for on and off the course. Read Bill’s review to see if he still loves IJP Design this season.
Devereux is back for another apparel review at PluggedInGolf.com. Read our review to see if this is a new brand you should be paying attention to.
Ready for the rainy season? No? Read Bill’s review of Sunice’s rain gear and maybe it will help prepare you a little more.
Ogio is known as one of the best bag makers in the game, but how do they do with their newest venture into apparel? Read Plugged In Golf’s review to find out.
Looking to stay cool on the course? The new ClimaChill line from Adidas is just what you’re searching for.
If you like your golf apparel to be fashionable and modern without being too trendy or loud, Devereux is the brand you’re going to want to follow in 2014.
Nike’s HyperAdapt jacket changed the way we thought about rain jackets and raised the bar forever. Will the Thermal Mapping jacket do the same for golf in cold weather?