KINONA Resort Collection Women’s Golf Apparel Review

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Kinona brings comfort and design together so you can feel confident on and off the course.


Just as we all develop our golf skills, Kinona is making constant innovations to up their game. Fresh prints on the outside and smart adjustments to the inside make this new line their best yet!

Check out the latest from Kinona’s 2022 collection HERE


Kinona does it again. The fabrics are often boisterous, but the lines and accents are clean, resulting in an overall look that is attention-grabbing but not attention-seeking.  In addition to bright colors and fun prints, Kinona features beautiful vintage-modern designs.  From gingham to florals, a scroll through their website puts their design voice on dazzling display.  As an example, the green and yellow Twist and Shout top highlights your spunk at the office and on the tee box.  Need a color that can be toned down?  Look no further than their previous collections [review HERE].


As always, Kinona fits true to size, and I never have to worry about variance between their pieces.  The length of their dresses and skirts is flattering but classy, and mesh shorties are built-in or included just in case.  As a bonus, Kinona has added grippy fabric to the shortie hems for extra security and better fit. 

I did have a bit of a time getting the skirt on without a zipper, but it fit perfectly once on. Kinona tops are cut sporty but there is also room to breathe and nothing rides up or hugs tight.


Kinona apparel is made with stretchy soft fabric that provides cool comfort on the course or wherever you are.  You can be confident with every swing you take and every putt you read that the clothes will move flexibly with you.  And let’s not forget that your belongings will also move with you in Kinona’s generous pockets.


The choice between form and function is no more.  Kinona advances fashion while maintaining a strong sense of function and comfort.  Think about these snappy pieces when you like, but let nothing distract you on the course.


Lauren Saternus
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