Golf Fashion Weekly attended the PGA Merchandise Show at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando all week and found dozens and dozens of great new items there. We will be reporting about them to you over the next few weeks but here just hours after the close of the exhibit floor are some items that caught our attention.
Designer Kevan Hall has moved from the runway to the fairway with Kevan Hall Sport for women and his entry into this segment of the apparel business certainly caused a lot of comment. Hall pointed out he wanted to make sure he was doing lifestyle defining designs for women who played golf and lead active lives.
Barth and McCallig have some accessories for the lady golfer that are sure to be the highlight of any wardrobe. Their silk scarves are standouts and for 2014 they have announced the Tartan Collection of plaid patterned bags and scarves.
Justin Boots has come to the golf foot wear business with golf shoes and spiked boots in a choice of calfskin or exotic leathers. The look is traditional and classic and the construction and detailing is first class. The boots in particular were a Show stopper.
To some degree pants are pants but the detailing and construction of the Maide Highland Pant set it apart. Breathable poly with nice features such as a waistband insert that grips your shirt and zipper-adjustable hems to give just the right break.
The Parsnips Golf brand has colorful golf, tennis and travel accessories that may be logoed for clubs and resorts or special events. Their bags and totes are especially attractive and there is an entirely new line for the new year.
It’s kind of against the grain for golf apparel but then again it’s not golf apparel, it’s from Nonfairway Golf and meant for the times you’re not playing. Here is an edgy fashion collection that younger golfers will really like. At present the line consists of t-shirts and hooded sweat shirt and a stocking cap.