As the Ryder Cup event is in our recent memories, let’s examine the differences between American and European fashion. Americans enjoy being comfortable at all times. Europeans enjoy looking extremely fashionable at all times. Thankfully we have come to a pointin history where both goals can be achieved at the same time. Antigua showcases the athletic look that is most popular in the United States where the fitted look is more popular amongst Europeans. Versitile colors for Fall, Spring, or whether you destination golf in between, oranges, plums, and blues are always safe colors to go with. They are great for New England in the fall, perhaps with a fleece or sweater over it, or if you are planning on traveling to a warmer climate, such as Florida or Arizona, it is a great garment for travel. Antigua is based out of Arizona and knows how to dress for that climate. Polyester and spandex mixture, Antigua’s Phoenix Men’s Desert Dry moisture management pointelle short sleeve polo with a gradient pattern, three buttons, a flat knit collar, open sleeves and a signature Antigua branding on the right sleeve.
Available just in time for the holiday travel season is the Expert Short. It is made of equal composition of cotton and polyester with the signature Desert Dry™ moisture management woven yarn dye. These plaid shorts have self-fabric waistband and belt loops, frontand back pockets, hidden tee pocket in back and a lower leg scorecard pocket. Shown here in Birch with multi colored stripes also available in black and brown, both with multi stripes. Antigua’s Frost is a polyester brushed back jersey polar fleece with Antech(R) anti-pill long sleeve pull over with zip placket, elastic binding at cuff and collar, cover stitch details, side zip pockets and adjustable bungee double toggle bottom. Antigua square embroidery patch on right sleeve Shown in silver.
To see the entire Spring 2011 line, view their e-catalog at www.antigua.com/Flip/GolfSpring
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