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Father’s Day Golf Gift Guide: Threads

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, May 29th, 2015
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Father’s Day is coming up quickly.  It’s time to write up a golf apparel script for dad.  Below is my list of Father’s Day apparel suggestions which are guaranteed to make pops the hippest, sharpest dressed golfer in his group. Click the links within the text to go to the original golf blog post.

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Golf Belt

Beltology Silver Spoon Belt

Don’t let dad get caught with his pants down. Get him a nice golf belt from Beltology.

Dunning Solid Mesh Contrast Collar Signal

Golf Shirt

Review: Dunning Solid Mesh Contrast Collar Signal Polo

Dunning is one of the best golf apparel brands available. Want to class it up for dad? Get him a Dunning polo like this incredible piece.

Golf Shorts

Tattoo Golf Shorts

Classy, comfortable, stylish shorts which come with a tiny edge in the form of the classic skull and golf club bones logo. Welcome to Tattoo Golf. Golf shorts unlike any other.

FootJoy City - Black/Mocha

Hybrid Golf/Street Shoes

FootJoy City Shoes

These hybrid golf shoes are good looking enough to wear to a wedding or out on the town, yet still perform great on the golf course.  Dad will dig ’em.

Dunning Stretch Thermal Striped 1/4 Zip

Outer Top Layer

Dunning Stretch Thermal Striped 1/4 Zip

Dunning’s golf apparel products are SO good I couldn’t resist putting another on this Father’s Day gift guide.  When it is a little too chilly to roll with just a golf polo, this Dunning 1/4 Zip Thermal will take the edge off the cold but not the golf swing.

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Kentwool Graduate Compression Sock Review

Kentwool is hands down the best golf sock maker in our solar system and perhaps beyond. I haven’t received any sock samples from outside our solar system, so I can’t be 100% sure though.


Beltology Silver Spoon Belt Review

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, May 14th, 2015
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Belt reviews can be tough.  One must be willing to ask the hard-hitting question, “will my pants fall down?”

Fortunately in the case of the Beltology “Silver Spoon” belt, it has done its job well.  I’ve managed to keep my pants on.

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Beltology’s $60 Silver Spoon belt is a weaved waxed cotton fabric belt which comes in the color combination navy/white/red.  The trim where the buckle is attached is full grain brown leather while the buckle is polished nickel.

The belt is very comfortable and flexible.  The mesh pattern serves as a sort of elastic.  The elasticity of the belt allows for great movement and comfort in the golf swing and during other times a non flexible belt can cause discomfort, like bending over to tee up the ball or pick the ball up out of the hole after a birdie putt.

Sizes vary for the Silver Spoon from 30 to 40 inch waists.

Speaking of waist size, the way the fork in the buckle goes through the belt allows the wearer to fine tune the fit.  Unlike belts which have preset holes, you can tighten exactly to the desired length.

Conclusion

The Beltology Silver Spoon is unique looking and original.  The fit is great and the flexibility keeps the belt from being a negative factor in the golf swing.  Best of all, it does its job.

Consider this belt as a Father’s Day golf gift, golf birthday gift, or golf Christmas gift!

 

 


First Look: Beltology Silver Spoon Belt

Written by: Tony Korologos | Friday, March 6th, 2015
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Life is good.  Today is yet another day I can confidently say I will not get caught with my pants down.  Today is my first round of “testing” the new Beltology Silver Spoon belt.  So far my pants (actually shorts), are perfectly situated!

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The Silver Spoon belt features a waxed cotton material that’s slightly stretchy.  It has leather trim and a polished nickel buckle.  I really dig the stretchy part, and the fact that you can secure the belt on any size, rather than being limited to where the hole punches are.  After a 12″ italian sub, or three days of constipation, it is nice to be able to take the edge off a bit.

TMI?

Stay tuned for my full review of this nice belt soon.