Every week we bring you the low-down on three of our favorite products in golf apparel, merchandise, and tech. Check out our picks below.
Movetes debuted their first collection at the 2016 PGA Show in January, a line of classic pieces that wouldn’t look out of place on or off the course. Think structured patterned skirts, preppy but trendy knits, and crisply well-made button-downs. Movetes was founded by two women who love golf and wanted to create fashion that is both functional and stylish. The result is a set of silhouettes that are timeless and hip at the same time. The company is based in Florida and plans to begin selling their clothing online this spring. from $200, movetes.com.
CHAMP PiviX Spikes
CHAMP’s new PiviX cleats not only promise to give you traction and balance while you swing, but they also will tell you when you’re losing your grip. The spikes attach using the SLIM-Lok system, and a C-shaped indicator in the center changes color when it’s time for a replacement. The PiviX model will be available at the end of this month. $15, champspikes.com.
Seamus Golf Hand Forged Bag Tag
Seamus Golf may be known for their old-world tartan wool head covers, but they also make hand-forged bronze and gold ball marks, pitch tools, and bag tags. The bag tags are heated and hand-hammered by a blacksmith in Oregon, and can be personalized with names or initials. The front displays the Seamus Golf logo. Like all of Seamus’s products, the accessories showcase a commitment to craft, tradition, and originality. $45, seamusgolf.com.