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Swag Golf Shirts Are Great

Written by: Tony Korologos | Date: Thursday, April 15th, 2010
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So I’m going to be spending a full day at the Tuesday practice round of the Masters last week.  I have about 12.8 billion golf shirts in my wardrobe to choose from.  I chose to wear my white Swag Golf bamboo charcoal golf shirt.

About Swag Golf Shirts

Swag Golf shirts are made from bamboo charcoal which is basically burnt bamboo.  Bamboo is a fast growing grass and thus more eco-friendly and sustainable as a consumable.

Bamboo charcoal also has some great inherent features.  It is anti-bacterial, anti fungal, anti-static and self deodorizing.  I really need that last feature.

Swag says the shirt promotes the human body’s bio processes such as increased metabolism and blood circulation.  I’m not sure about that one, but I can’t prove ‘em wrong since I haven’t measured my blood circulation with and without the shirt on…  :-)

Looks

Bamboo aside, the shirt simply looks awesome.  There’s a hint of an argyle pattern in the body of the shirt which gives it a cool look.  The logo looks nice.  The cut and sizing of the shirt are very stylish.

On the course, or Augusta National as the case may be

I’ve worn my Swag Golf shirt for many golf rounds already, as well as while walking the grounds at Augusta National last week.  The shirt is extremely comfortable and I can tell it breaths very well.  Even in the 85 degree, high moisture conditions in Georgia last week, I was cool and dry.  During golf swings there are no tugs or tight areas.  No swing restriction or compromises in comfort.

Conclusion

Swag Golf shirts are stylish, comfortable, environmentally friendly and they just plain look great.  I wish my pals at Swag Golf great success in their business.

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