Apparel Reviews

Apparel Reviews

Pros: Incredibly light, waterproof and fitted. It doesn't inhibit the golf swing in any way, and it's stylish and doesn't take up a lot...

Pros: The shoes’ namesake is well-known for playing a significant part in product development, so when you put these shoes on, you know you’re...

For most of us the golf season is just around the corner, but with the warmer weather comes wind and rain. To help combat...

Puma Golf introduced its Biofusion line today, lightweight performance tour shoes that combine the most innovative technologies that Puma has to offer. The Biofusion...

Pros: The FootJoy DNAs are an excellent all-around shoe, comfortable enough that you won't be disappointed if you find yourself lingering in the pub post-round...

Pros: Unbelievably lightweight for the warmth it provides. It's loose in the shoulders for mobility, but tighter around the midsection. That keeps it out...

Pros: The three-part closure (laces, zipper and flap) locks down the foot and ensures that moisture will not seep in. The three-quarter high sides provide a...

Pros: Lightweight, moisture-wicking design keeps golfers cool and comfortable. Plenty of different color options and styles that have great crossover appeal. Cons: Antigua's shirts have...

Recent lines of Callaway apparel seemed to have been aimed at my parents, not me. But the company has really stepped up its game with...

We’ve been seeing hybrid golf shoes for awhile now. You know the story: Not only can you wear your golf shoes on the golf...

Pros: The shirt, sweater and pants are slim-fitting, comfortable and provide warmth in brisk/cold conditions, and they do not sacrifice flexibility in movement or breathability....

Puma's new spikeless Faas Lite golf shoes are designed to take golfers from street to golf course in a lightweight, comfortable trend-setting style. The first...

I've never worn a golf dress, so I was a little uneasy the first time I put on Nike's golf dress. But I found the...

With a lot of golf apparel companies you can tell exactly what age group the apparel for is geared for, but Jofit isn't like...

Even Arnold Palmer knew that looking good on the course was important. “I think there's a relationship between the player and his dress," Palmer once...

Rob Rigg, president of TRUE Linkswear, and the rest of the TRUE team dusted off their high school biology education to help build a...

GolfWRX Editor Review by BennySupreme Shoe Description- An old school look with full grain leather. Both light weight and comfortable at the same time. A...

Mizuno WindLite Sweater is my personal favorite for 40*F to 60*F. Its a sweater with a windproof barrier lining inside. Now dont think this...

Mizuno Europe has announced its return to the golf shoe business with two new models - adapted from its domestic Japan line.  The new...

"Upstart, in-yer-face and edgy", is how Tattoo Golf’s UK distributor describes the golf apparel label. Founded in California in 1999, the clothing became more...

Players like Ian Poulter and Camilo Villegas have shown golfers that you don't have to dress like your Grandpa when you're on the course....

Phresh Wear Inc. was conceived in 2003, incorporated in 2004, and hit the golf apparel world with a Spring 2005 collection.  The mastermind of...

The fall line of Adidas golf shoes is coming out  with an update to the TOUR360.  The shoes have a low-profile base which tout...

"Equipment for your body" is the new mantra for Adidas Golf. They have taken that to a whole new level with their TechFit PowerWeb...

Sun Mountain's Rainflex material claims to be waterproof, breathable, stretchable, and quiet. Sounds like the perfect rain gear, but does it perform on all counts?

19th Hole

Don’t activate the slope feature. Keep that cover on. Do whatever you gotta do. Such has been the refrain for caddies using laser rangefinders...