Look Fresh & In-Style On The Course
With Summer coming up, everyone is wondering what will be the “in” look on the fairways this season.
One early trend that may be the trend of the summer is the resurgence of collarless golf shirts. We all remember Tiger Woods wearing one back in his hay day but is the collarless look making a come back?
Last year Nike introduce the blade collar polo which featured a much sleeker and smaller collar on a polo. It is a great look and many Nike Tour golfers have sported the look making it catch on with the weekend warriors.
This style has caught on because it is almost a dress down look. When asked about the blade collars Nike Tour staffer Thorbjørn Olesen said “Anytime I can have my off-course style blend in with my on course style, it’s a big thing for me.” This may be a reason these are catching on and why Nike and other brands may push the envelope even more and eliminate the collar.
The price tag of these may scare some golfers off but if you want to look good on the course you’re going to have to pay the fee.
Another trend that has caught on as of last is high-top cleats. The traditional low cleats are still very popular but with players like Rickie Fowler wearing high-tops on tour and Nike coming out with multiple pairs of high-top looks, be on the lookout for some hightops at the golf course this summer.
The last trend, also started by trend setter Rickie Fowler is the jogger golf pant. Joggers are pants the kids these days are wearing, where the bottom of the paint has an elastic so from the calf area down it is sort of tapered and hugs tight to your ankle. Mostly to show off his high-top Puma cleats. But the look has caught on, others companies coming out with similar looks has made this paint style very popular. If there is a crisp spring morning or summer afternoon, the jogger look will make you the most stylish golfer at your club.
The integration of off-course style, into on-course style, has been a boom lately. Look for similar trends to pick up this summer and the coming seasons.