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Adidas reveals new Adicross apparel and footwear for 2019

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Adidas has unveiled their 2019 Adicross line, which features apparel equipped with Primeknit material, as well as new footwear. The new clothing will be available to purchase from December 1, 2018, while the footwear becomes available from February 1, 2019.

Here’s a look at some of the new products from Adidas.

Adicross Primeknit Polo ($110)

Adicross Primeknit Sweatshirt ($200)

Adicross Primeknit Anorak Hoodie ($180)

Adicross Piqué Polo ($80)

No-show Transition Henley Shirt ($70)

Adicross Hybrid Shorts

Other new apparel additions that will be available include the No-Show Transition Polo ($75), Henley Long sleeve ($80), Anorak Jacket ($120), Graphic and Big Logo Tees ($40), Five-Pocket Pants ($90) and shorts ($75), Flat bill hat ($30), and Oxford Shirt ($90).

The Crossknit 3.0 ($150)

The Crossknit 3.0 will be available in three different colors (grey, blue, and black with green outsole).

The Adicross PPF ($90)

The Adicross apparel range will be available online at adidas.com and at select retailers worldwide beginning Dec. 1. While the Crossknit 3.0 and Adicross PPF come available from Feb. 1, 2019.

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Gianni is a freelance writer. He holds a Bachelor of Arts as well as a Diploma in Sports Journalism. He can be contacted at gmagliocco@outlook.com. Follow him on Twitter @giancarlomag

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  1. Rich Douglas

    Dec 1, 2018 at 1:46 pm

    How is any of this interesting or of note? It’s merely placement advertising.

    I don’t mind products being shown, reviewed, discussed, etc., but from the point of view that it is news and noteworthy. But this isn’t that. In fact, not only is this run-of-the-mill gear, there is almost no discussion of it! Boring.

    The gear itself is not noteworthy in any way–none. No innovations, no “this is how it will improve your game,” nothing. It’s just stuff.

  2. Keith

    Nov 30, 2018 at 12:36 pm

    Can’t believe the PPF shoe is less than a standard polo shirt.

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Callaway ERC Soft Yellow now part of “Play Yellow” campaign to benefit Children’s Miracle Hospital

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Callaway Golf has today announced its ERC Soft Yellow golf ball is part of a new program: Play Yellow.

The Play Yellow campaign is an initiative from Callaway where the company will donate $4 for every dozen ball pack sold of their ERC Soft Yellow golf balls in support of Children’s Miracle Hospital Network (from today until the end of May).

The campaign runs from April 19 to May 31, and speaking on the initiative Callaway President & CEO, Chip Brewer stated

“Callaway Golf is honored to support the Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals — an outstanding organization — through this Play Yellow initiative. We’re inspired by the golf industry’s broad effort to rally around this important cause and campaign.”

As a recap, the ERC golf ball from Callaway features their Hybrid cover which is designed to create a combination of faster ball speeds for longer distance, softer feel, and higher spin for excellent control around the green. The ball contains a Graphene-infused Dual SoftFast Core which through a larger inner core seeks to maximize compression energy while minimizing driver-spin for high launch and greater distance. The balls also include Triple Track lines for improved alignment.

 

 

 

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Eddie Pepperell puts new Bettinardi 3 Step Jam prototype putter in play at the RBC Heritage

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Fresh off making the cut at the year’s first major at Augusta National last week, world number 39, Eddie Pepperell has turned to a new flatstick.

Pepperell, who is currently in action at the RBC Heritage, is gaming a new refined 3 Step Jam prototype from Bettinardi at Harbour Town Golf Links. The new putter from the company features improved visual cues on the head of the flat-stick, achieved through softening the heel and toe for what Bob Bettinardi believes to be a better players look.

On his first round using the putter at Harbour Town on Thursday, Pepperell gained almost half a stroke over the field on the greens.

Specs:

  • Model: 3 Step Jam PROTO
  • Material: DASS
  • Weight: 350 grams
  • Face Milling: F.I.T. Face
  • Finish: Black Oxide

 

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Forum Thread of the Day: “Masters fashion commentary”

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Today’s Forum Thread of the Day comes from manku who opened the forum for a discussion on the best and worst of fashion exhibited at the 2019 Masters. Our members discuss the good, the bad and the ugly on show at last week’s opening major of the year, with some items, such as Adam Scott’s pleated pants, dividing opinion.

Here are a few posts from the thread, but make sure to check out the entire discussion and have your say at the link below.

  • alecfeltman: ” Adams pants worry me. Go back to the tailored slim version. He was dressing like a king until the masters. Rory looks great. Good fit and style. I’m a fan. I don’t understand the new cotton shirts from Nike. Jason Day on Thursday was odd, Friday he did good. TW – I’m a fan this week. I still don’t get why Patrick Reed is sponsored by Nike? That guy needs to wear some brand like Loudmouth. Koepka loves those crazy hats – I dig it. What is the connection between Nike “Snake Pack” and Augusta? I don’t see it. Can someone explain?”
  • elpadidji: “Went here after I saw Adam Scott, thought he looked super good. Got some Arnold Palmer vibes from him.”
  • hardcalier: “Kind of a bad week for fashion in my opinion. Adam Scott’s pants were super baggy like 3 out of 4 days. Tiger looked like he dusted off his wardrobe from 15 years ago. Fortunately, his game from 15 years ago came with it. Adidas stuff is pretty plain, never looks great but never looks awful either. Jason Day looks a little heavy in plaid. Koepka’s print hats were terrible.”
  • Yanki01: “Adam Scott who usually keeps it simple and clean looked hideous. Same for Jason Day and the yellow pants. Not sure if it was the old school look he was going for, but the AM shoes didn’t flow well. Some classic shoes maybe would have helped with some trimmed pants. Justin Thomas was best dressed and usually always is.”

Entire Thread: “Masters fashion commentary”

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