Finally, for most of us, Spring has fully sprung and for those who have not ventured out on trips recently to warmer climates or just don’t live in one year round, the new Spring/Summer 2013 looks by Nike Golf will give you plenty of excuses to call in sick or take that much needed vacation to hit the links.
As Nike Golf has not been afraid to do in the past, they are going with bold color combinations for both men and women this season. We will take at a few looks that are little conservative and wild at the same time.
For men, the Essential Tour Collection continues to impress. Our first look for the season was a pair of their lightweight grey colored pants and a red and white combination polo shirt. What we liked the most about these is their standard lightweight Dri-fit materials always keep us sweat free on the course. This time we had a light drizzle on a trip to Northern Florida and with the men’s outfit and the lightweight jacket it was enough to keep us dry until we had to shed the outerwear because of the quickly rising temperatures by 10am.
What you will also find about the men’s line is the ability for it to look new and fresh after a few washes too. We washed both the shirt and pants at least five times in a row and after they came out of the dryer they were both still looking new as the day we got them. Many polo shirts and pants tend to fade and show wear easily after a few washes, not these. They also don’t wrinkle very easy either, leaving you with no fresh out of the clothes hamper look. The shirt and pants combo are $160.
On the women’s side this season the sporty continues to hit the course. They have really taken the feedback from their female athletes like Michelle Wie and other general consumers who prefer gym inspired apparel which makes this apparel fit for the stay at home or just “Sunday Funday” off the course. It is no longer the look of the clubhouse, but the look of the everyday. Nike Golf’s skirt with leggings option is great way to fill in the gaps on those mornings where the temperatures may be a little cool.
Our first look was the patterned skirt with matching leggings and long sleeve shirt. All of these are inspired from their gym Dri-fit line and the ability to wear these off the course in multiple ways is the attraction for us. Why spend top dollar on something you feel like you can only golf in? These could be worn to the gym, running or even for a Sunday Brunch outing. Nike Golf wants you to wear these casually, one of the many reasons they have crossed over and continue to cross over their products with some of strong “gym” attire presence in the design. The entire outfit from top to bottom is reasonable prices to pay for something that will keep you warm with the long sleeve shirt and leggings with the skirt that have a convertible purpose on the course.
So whether you are looking for just a “kick it” outfit or for real performance on the course, Nike Golf again continues to get the job done for everyone who likes fashion and performance all in one outfit.
To review some of the outfits and other options from the Nike Golf line, visit www.nikegolf.com