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G/Fore offers new colors in 3rd year, shoes to come
Sick of wearing an all-white golf glove? So was G/Fore founder Mossimo Gianulli, who has expanded his company’s golf glove color options to 22 in its third year.
The new colors are called Jade, Pine, Pacific and Harvest. Customers can order one of these single-colored gloves or 18 others on the company’s website for $35 each.
For those who want a little more flair while golfing, they can order gloves from two different collections: the Limited Luxe and the Rocky Collection. Gloves from both of these collections also sell for $35 each.
The Rocky Collection, inspired by Robert Rock, are gloves that are mostly white. But there are five different color options for the stitching and the company’s logo, which has four different-facing G’s on it. The Limited Luxe collection gives golfers eight different models to choose from, with the thumb and closure being a different color than the base color.
The $35 price tag puts these G/Fore gloves on the pricier end of the golf-glove market. FootJoy’s most expensive glove is the Pure Touch Limited, which sells for $30. Most other premium gloves sell for around $20.
For golfers who want to try their hand at designing their own gloves, there is also that option on the G/Fore website. For $50, buyers can select the base color, thumb color, tab color, trim color and size of the glove.
“G/Fore gloves weren’t designed in a cubicle and tested in a factory,” Gianulli said. “They were born out of a desire to express myself while playing, and to help inject a little more fun and flair back into the game.”
Learn more about Gianulli and his company’s gloves from his interview with GolfWRX’s Zak Kozuchowski. In it, he discusses his company’s new golf shoes that are due out in September 2013.
Check out the full line of G/Fore gloves for 2013 below: