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  1. I couldn't find any reviews for Titleist TruFit hats online anywhere so I thought I would share. I've always struggled to find a nice fitting hat. The Titleist Tour Mesh L/XL stretchy fitted hats were always the best but not perfect as I could sometimes feel them start to squeeze my head after a couple hours. I also don't like the hats with the adjustable straps because my head is just big enough that they tend to look a little funny (too stretched out) when I get them to my size. So I was looking around and stumbled across the Titleist TruFit hats. The TruFit hats are basically the same as the other Titleist offerings but they are made to a specific size. I did some research and buying sized hats is not unique but it seems rather unique to the golf industry. I've been in an actual hat store before and understand a little about hats but I'm not a hat guy. I don't own any custom hats and I don't wear snapbacks or fiftynine fifties, etc. So I wrapped some string around my head, cut it to size, and measured it. It came back like 23 7/8 or 7 5/8 in hat size. I took a few minutes and lots of repeated measurements around my head to make sure I was getting it as close as possible. I ordered the 7 5/8 TruFit hat from Titleist and it fits perfectly. No elastic in the hat that can slowly tighten. I wish I would have tried a TruFit hat years ago, if they existed then. The hat was on the pricey side at $42 with shipping but it's nice to have a hat that fits properly. I will likely order more in the future to have a rotation and some different colors.
  2. Hey gang. NoSweat reached out to me with a sample pack (with demo kit!) and I'll be following up in the future with what I think. For now let's review what they are and see if any of you might have tried them already. NoSweat What is it? they are hat liners to absorb sweat What's special about them? They're apparently dry to the touch and odor free Why should we care? I've heard from a good buddy they actually work well to save your hats from sweat stains From what I can see NoSweat is quickly becoming a name and even signed their first tour players: Scott Langley and the man with the best tanned lined head in golf - Stewart Cink. Scott Langley looks pumped to be wearing his NoSweat Here's some company marketing to get you excited: That's a quick breakdown. I'll be back in the future with more on what I think about NoSweat hat liners. MBP OUT
  3. This is a press release from adidas golf regarding it's 2019 adicross line. CARLSBAD, Calif. (November 28, 2018) – For golfers, the game never stops. adidas is continuing to push the boundaries with adicross, the urban-inspired, non-traditional line that’s meant for golfers both on and off the course. Today, adidas unveiled the 2019 adicross line, highlighted by Primeknit material and new footwear specifically designed for wear-anywhere versatility. The new apparel will be available December 1, 2018 and footwear beginning February 1, 2019. The spring/summer 2019 adicross apparel line differentiates itself by featuring select articles with adidas’ Primeknit material, a first in the game. Because of its seamless construction, the material wears flatter to the skin, features a lot of stretch, and has a look of a woven garment without losing its shape. These pieces are cool to the body, feature moisture-wicking fabric and will form for individual fit. Key articles include the adicross Primeknit Polo ($110), adicross Primeknit Sweatshirt ($200) and adicross Primeknit Anorak Hoodie ($180). Other new additions to the adicross spring/summer 2019 line include: adicross Piqué Polo ($80) Wider at the body with a straight silhouette Shaped hem, soft feel Unique golf print No-show Transition Henley Shirt ($70) Three-button Henley collar Short sleeves No-show technology stops appearance of sweat before it gets to the surface adicross Hybrid Shorts ($85) Stretchy fabric Front pockets, one back pocket Drawcord-adjustable elastic waist with zip fly adicross favorites like the No-Show Transition Polo ($75), Henley Long sleeve ($80), Anorak Jacket ($120), Graphic and Big Logo Tees ($40), Five-Pocket Pants ($90) and shorts ($75), Flat bill hat ($30), and Oxford Shirt ($90), which now features mesh ribbed cuffs, will round out the apparel line. Continuing to shake up the traditions of the game, the adicross line will also introduce new footwear: the adicross PPF and the Crossknit 3.0. The latter is the latest rendition of the popular Crossknit franchise that was first introduced in 2016. Built on the same last as adidas’ Ultraboost running shoe, this version will feature a lace closure with reflective laces and internal lace loops, a lightweight water-repellant heathered textile upper and the spikeless Puremotion outsole. The Crossknit 3.0 ($150) available in three colorways (grey, blue, and black with green outsole) is designed for comfort utilizing BOOST™ cushioning without sacrificing traction, favored by players who are looking for something both comfortable and untraditional. The adicross PPF ($90) is new to the adicross line, giving golfers another non-traditional spikeless footwear option for the course. The sneaker-like upper features leather, microfiber and textile materials to provide a breathable feel that’s also water-repellant. The Puremotion outsole features 169 strategically placed lugs for optimal traction and flexible Bounce midsole cushioning giving wearers a springy feel for wear-anywhere comfort. Both the Crossknit 3.0 and adicross PPF will be available online at adidas.com and at select retailers worldwide beginning Feb. 1, 2019. The entire adicross apparel line will be available online at adidas.com and at select retailers worldwide beginning Dec. 1. Here are just a few images. You can find more at the above links on the dates listed.
  4. Introducing the new Titleist Tour Rope Flat Bill – now available through My Titleist on Titleist.com. Link: https://www.titleist.com/product/tour-rope-flat-bill/017HA1T.html Titleist Tour Rope Flat Bill - A refreshed take on a classic design, our new Tour Rope Flat Bill features a trendy flat bill, braided rope and an adjustable, snapback closure for a style that's all its own. - Over the last few weeks, this hat style has been worn on the PGA Tour by Adam Scott, Rafa Cabrera Bello, Cameron Smith and Jason Kokrak. Product Details - Vintage style, inspired by the game's history - Trendy flat bill design - Braided rope accent, running across the wearer's front - As worn on Tour with authentic Tour logos - Organic cotton material and Titleist proprietary snapback closure - Antimicrobial, moisture-wicking sweatband
  5. Nike Golf Club Collection - #TheOpen With The Open Championship at St. Andrews upon us this week, Nike has released an update to their "Club Collection". Nike bills the Club Collection as "Inspired by the game. Tailored for life on tour. Distinctive style on and off the course." Nike Golf's latest Club Colection pays tribute to the history of the game. Designed for the on-course performance and off-course casual, the colection celebrates the game's journey with a worn, weathered look, inspired by the famous links of Scotland. The ever-present elements at the historic course, especially wind and rain, lend to the garments washed appearance. That theme is most evident on the five T-shirt graphics from the collection. Each shirt emphasizes the harsh conditions with a washed and muted aesthetic. The NIke Golf 'Every Damn Bunker' T-shirt honors the sand hazards that notoriously disrupt the game of even the world's best players. Swinging Blind T-shirt refers to the St. Andrews hotel that obstructs the fairway view from the 17th tee box. These are quality feeling T-shirts built with Nike's Dri-fit technologies. They are quite fitted from a "standard" sizing, so those considering may want to go up a size. The Nike Golf Windrunner style borrows from Nike Sportswear while adding a washed, weathered look to the classic Nike Silhouettes. This jacket works well to cut down on wind and retains plenty of heat making it the perfect compliment for those cool summer evenings. Nike Golf True Caps are made with an absorbent sweatband and a flat-brim profile for superb comfort and a modern look. The feature the classic swoosh golf logo that is a constant in the Club Collection, as well as an elements logo reminiscent of the wind and rain the players will deal with throughout the week. Very impressed with these caps since I have a smaller size head. They're are not overly large and will appeal to a larger segment of consumers. These hats are also designed with Dri-fit to wick moisture, as well as Stay Cool technology to keep ya from over-heating. The Nike Club Collection is available now at select retailers. Find out more at http://www.nike.com/ca/en_ca/c/golf/nike-golf-club-collection
  6. This will be my goto thread for all hat pics for this year. In case you were unaware, earlier in 2013, to add a new facet of customization to my portfolio I purchased an industrial embroidery machine. The main purpose was to open up the options for custom head covers. An unanticipated feature of the new embroidery machine was the ability to embroider hats. In the past, I would either use lids or the local embroidery shop. However, this usually set me back around $40 per hat. How ridiculous! As part of the new and improved Best Grips Custom Studio, you can now purchase customized hats for as low as $15. These can be customized in anyway you please (puffy, aplique, etc.). All I need is a logo and a general idea to start from. You can choose from a multitude of hats (the selection is always growing) and we offer over 20 embroidery colors. If there is anything you want that you don't see, just drop me an email or call and e can discuss it further. I wear a hat 3-4 days out of the week, so I am extremely particular when it comes to quality. The recent goto hat (Cool Max) as seen in aotearoabrad's thread of the year prize pack, is one of the best hats I've worked with. You can see it in charcoal below. I'm a big fan of snapbacks. They are very versatile (you can bend the bill flat bill haters, I do) and fit a wide variety of heads. You can find our growing list of offerings in the Custom Studio (here). You can also find Best Grips logo and already customized hats in the Arsenal (here).
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