Kibo Wear

Written by: Tony Korologos | Thursday, June 10th, 2010
Categories: Golf ApparelReviews

I’ve got some cool new casual golf shirts in my extensive wardrobe by Kibo Wear. “Kibo” in Japanese means “hope.” Now that I have these very comfortable shirts available, I “hope” to wear them often because of how great they feel and how fun the designs are.


Kibo’s designs are very cool and a have a bit of an “Asian hippie” flare to them. As far as I can tell there are currently 11 different designs, from the Volkswagen bus golf cart (pictured) to the literal translation of “Club Face.” My two current Kibos are the VW golf cart and “Eagle” which is an interesting piece of art. Eagle is a golf ball with eagle wings, which is snapping a golf tee in half. Right.

Styles & fabric

Kibo’s current lineup includes T-shirts, bamboo long sleeve and bamboo shirts. I’ve got other bamboo fabric shirts and I can tell you that these are far softer and more comfortable than cotton. They have a very silky soft feel to them.

The standard tees are 100% cotton and the bamboo t-shirts and long sleeves are made from 70% bamboo and 30% organic cotton.


Having only launched the company on May 2 of this year, Kibo is off to a great start. It starts with a great and unique product line and Kibo has achieved that. Best wishes to my pals at Kibo.

Related links

Kibo image gallery.

Kibo web site.