Here’s a first look from a company I’ve yet to blog about, State and Liberty. I’m putting “The Allen” Heathered Charcoal Tech Polo in play for the first time.
About State and Liberty
State and Liberty is a men’s clothing company from Ann Arbor, Michigan that specializes in high-quality, versatile apparel that can be worn in a variety of settings. Their focus is on creating clothing that is both stylish and functional, using premium materials and expert craftsmanship.
The Allen – Retail $78
The Allen Heathered Charcoal Tech Polo is a perfect addition to any wardrobe. Made with a blend of polyester and spandex, it provides both comfort and a perfect fit. The heathered charcoal color gives it a modern, sleek look that can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. The shirt also features a non-iron, moisture-wicking fabric that helps keep you cool and dry throughout the day. Overall, The Allen is a versatile and stylish piece that is perfect for any occasion, from the office to a night out on the town.
The fabric of this garment is super soft. I’m excited to try it out. First “testing” will be tomorrow. We’re snowed-in, so it won’t be on the course, but just a hang around the house and out on the town Saturday deployment. Stay tuned for the full review after a few wear/wash cycles!
I’ve been working on this review and thought perhaps I should wait in light of the Tiger Woods DUI news over the holiday weekend. Timing is everything I guess. Say hello to the Panda Tiger tee by Press Golf.
T-shirts are the new rage in golf. I’ve been receiving contacts from many t-shirt makers asking for me to review their shirts. These days the millennials who golf are often wearing skinny jeans and t-shirts. I’m old school though. Collared shirts only for me on the course, but off the course I’m down with anything which is comfortable. Plus I don’t think my thighs would fit in the waist of skinny jeans.
Press Golf offers fun golf t-shirts and other products, even baby onesies.
Materials and Features
Colors and Sizes
The fabric combination and weaving is soooo comfortable and luxurious feeling. Press Golf tee shirts are my new gamer for evenings at HOG World Headquarters.
I’m sporting a different Press Golf T this morning as I write this post. Stay tuned for my blog post on “Panda Phil.”
A new fad in golf is t-shirts, for the millennial crowd I suppose. Maybe it’s the Top Golf thing. A new brand in the T space is “Bogey Is Life.” Bogey Is Life makes a few comfy casual apparel pieces like this one below, as well ask long sleeves, tank tops and hats.
I’ve been enjoying this T around HOG World Headquarters and the fabric is super soft and comfortable. It’s a “tri-blend” of 50% polyester, 25% cotton and 25% rayon.
The name is inspired by the creator of the brand, an average golfer. Average golfers shoot bogey golf and probably worse if they played by the rules!
At only $24.99 direct from the Bogey Is Life website, this is a great golf related Father’s Day gift idea that dad can wear on or off the course. For us golfers who shoot better than bogey golf though I wonder when the “Birdie Is Life” version comes out?
I need some casual shirts to wear around HOG World Headquarters while writing or shooting gear pictures. You know, something comfortable and golf related. Enter Weekend Warrior golf tees.
These tees are 100% cotton. I’m not big on cotton anymore. I prefer polys and spandex over cotton because of the durability, easy care, and the fact that they don’t shrink. That said these tees are very comfortable and fun.
(Above) While shooting the picture of the “birdie” shirt some neighborhood kid photo-bombed me…
I love the golf themed shirts. I even got one for the little guy, Seve. He’s still a little too small for it but he loves to wear his beard tee shirt over his jammies.
These tees are fun. Best of luck to Weekend Warrior and let me know when you get some non-cotton shirts in. I’d love to feature them.
I’ve been diligently testing two Greg Norman ML75 golf polos recently. I’ve put them through the rigors at the office, through many golf rounds (high and low), laundry batches, and cooking sessions making killer Greek dishes for dinner. Let’s take a look at the ML75 features, then look at how it performed in those varying environments.
Sizes and Colors
The ML75 comes in many different patterns as well as solid colors. Too many to list, but the two I tested are a great looking striped purple and striped black (see both photos).
Sizes for the ML75 include small, medium, large, extra-large, and double extra-large.
On The Course, In The Office, In The Kitchen, Out On The Town, In The Laundry
First and foremost this polo is great on the golf course. I’ve now worn it in all sorts of conditions, including 94 degree temperatures with nearly 100% humidity. In the high heat and humidity the shirt wicked the moisture away from my body very well and didn’t stick to me during my golf swing. The fit, especially important during the swing, is very comfortable and doesn’t hang up or bind at any point.
In the office the ML75 is very comfortable and certainly very classy. In the kitchen, the olive oil came right out as did the marinara and Greek oregano.
The microfiber polyester is so soft. It feels like silk. Almost as great as the feel is the fact that if washed and dried properly, the shirt will never shrink or wrinkle. That’s a big deal for me.
Critiques: NONE. ZERO. ZILCH. NADA.
At $69 retail, the Greg Norman ML75 is a very good value. This polo delivers comfort, style and performance one might expect from polos priced twice as much.
HOG Greg Norman Apparel Photos