I’m inspired to post this review because I wore this exact apparel script (outfit) today in the first of an intense two-day local amateur tournament. It was hot and muggy but I was cool and comfortable with my Frequency Golf Polo and Trekker shorts from Chase54. Let’s take a look.
Frequency Golf Polo – $73
The Frequency Polo is super stylish with some nice trim highlights, but nothing overstated. The cut is very clean. The 92% Polyester and 8% Spandex fabric provides 50+ UPF sun protection, which I really loved today.
Chase54’s “DRYFUZE” technology wicks moisture from the body and helps it evaporate. I needed this especially today, when I get a little gamy under extreme pressure.
The comfort and performance of the Frequency is fantastic. It doesn’t pull, bind, or resist during the golf swing or during blog posting. 🙂
Trekker Golf Shorts – $79
The Chase54 Trekker golf shorts (in photo below) are made from 100% Polyester. They’re super comfortable and flexible, especially during the rigors of walking the course, crouching down to read putts, or making full swings. Like the polo, the shorts feature DRYFUZE moisture wicking.
The shorts also have a very cool rubber gripper on the inside of the waistband. This helps keep the shorts right where they belong. No creep up or down.
My apparel was so comfortable and responsive today, I never noticed it. No fidgeting. No adjusting. No stretching during the swing. It looked great and kept me cool under the collar. Chase54 is cranking out some great threads. HOG recommended!
Father’s Day is coming up… this combo would make a fantastic gift.
I’m totally digging the deep powder skiing we have here in northern Utah this winter, though the snow has hit a bit late in the season. It is causing my golf review queue to stack up since I’m not able to do a ton of product evaluation at this time. New to the ever-growing stack are two nice pieces from Chase54, a company new to HOG reviews.
First off is the Frequency Golf Polo:
Next is a nice pairing for the Frequency Polo, the Chase54 Trekker golf shorts, shown with the Frequency below:
I have worn these threads a few times to the office and about town, but have yet to give them the full treatment on the golf course. The weather forecast is positive though, and I’m hoping to get back to the links in the next couple of weeks. Stay tuned for my review of these Chase54 threads soon.
In for review is the Chase54 Charter Polo. This is the first Chase54 piece to arrive at Hooked on Golf Blog World Headquarters and I’m excited to check it out.
The Charter polo features a modern-classic rugby stripe design combined with stretch material for freedom of movement and comfort. The brand’s signature DryFuze fabric technology is specially designed to transport moisture from your skin to the clothing’s exterior to stay dry during even the hottest rounds. UPF 40+ is added for sun protection.
Unfortunately right now I’m not able to take full advantage of this polo as the courses are closed and the high temperatures are double digits below freezing. This polo isn’t designed for winter. I will not be able to post my full review right away. Stay tuned come spring. Let’s hope for some heat soon!