Waterproof Titantour Ignite shoes anchor the color combos with the claim, “Forever Faster Puma.” White uppers mixed with “Surf the web blue” and “green gecko” details are striking when paired with white shorts and a blue polo. The solid D Vent with black collar for example has Cool Max and DryCell for moisture wicking and UPF 50+ sun protection. The tailored Platform Polo breaks up any monotonous thought with a solid blue top and heather bottom hue. The cat claims the chest of both.
The embroidered puma on the shorts however is a little subtler over the back pocket. Available in all shades with a sleek design, the white are summer crisp.
For cool mornings or climates, the Golf Track Jacket in gray with green gecko panels on the collar, sleeves, front and pocket zippers wrap up the Puma package. PWRWARM technology is the result of “strategically placed adaptive materials that help you maintain an optimum body temperature without losing your momentum.” The inside of the jacket is as pretty as the outside with a triangular matrix pattern.
If blue is not the man’s favorite color, how about “high risk red” for high rewards or Rickie’s Sunday orange.
But wait, there’s more if you want to really claim the brand. There’s the famous flat-billed hat of course and the big belt buckle. If you like cats, you’ll love PUMA
Jean Michel is a wannabe pro from Paris. He was recruited to the US to be the official hairdresser for the staff of the Young and the Restless, which he was for 15 years. Now he serves the well coiffed in Scottsdale Arizona when he is not golfing. His lofty new goal is to qualify for the Waste Management Phoenix Open next year. He has a ways to go, but anything is possible and he has a plan. In any case, he dresses every day like a Puma pro.