When a hardcore golfer sees the Antigua logo on a shirt, he or she can’t help but think of all the great golfers over the years like Payne Stewart who’ve worn the brand. The fasionable Stewart would no doubt approve of the company’s spring-summer line with its new brightly accented color palette. These trending pop colors are used as subtle details, created to appeal to a wide age demographic of both male and female golfers.
“The focus of pop accent colors on less conspicuous fabrications throughout the collections shows off the styling and design features of the individual garments,” said Sean Gregg, director of product development for Antigua. “The collections are current in both color and design trend, and are additionally embellished with performance enhancing features by incorporating Antigua’s proprietary Desert Dry and Desert Dry Xtra-Lite moisture management technology to produce collections that are both merchandised appropriately for the season while offering performance functionality.”
The great thing is you can really mix and match the collection so you don’t have to spend a lot of time staring at your golf clothes wondering what goes with what. Each color story is designed as a collection and the Performance-72 branding trim is color coordinated to match each color “story,” allowing the consumer to pair up merchandise readily for coordinating confidently on and off the course.
Performance-72 (PRF-72) is performance fashion golf apparel at its best.
$65 shirts, $60 pants, $50 shorts, Antigua.com
The company that's made quality golf clothing for more than 30 years introduces its latest eye-catching—and game-enhancing—line