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Now that it's no longer part of the Adidas family, TaylorMade has teamed with Peter Millar to enter the performance apparel line.   I suppose it will be a way to get it's name on any staffers who may not have an apparel deal. 

 

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INTRODUCING TAYLORMADE PERFORMANCE APPAREL 

Premium apparel designed by Peter Millar for TaylorMade is engineered to enhance your game and elevate your style on and off the course. 

 

Available exclusively at taylormadegolf.com

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THE COLLABORATION

This collection reflects the essence of both brands delivering performance, style, and comfort that all golfers demand. 

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THE ULTIMATE BLEND OF PERFORMANCE AND STYLE

Our collection features premium fabric and sophisticated styling with performance-enhancing benefits like four-way stretch, moisture-wicking, odor control, shape retention, wrinkle resistance, UPF 50+ sun protection and easy-care.

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I like this. I’m a fan of PM clothing and try to jump on stud when they have sales. I have several shirts with Scotty logo and 1/4 zips with and without the Scotty logo.

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I am so glad to see them partner with PM... I think it has just a classic look without looking dated

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The blue shirt in the first pic... For the ultimate Taylormade fanboy LOL!!!

On a more serious note, I don't pay much attention to fashion designers, but I've certainly heard of PM. Should be some good looking stuff!

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PM is a great brand. Good move by TM

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1 hour ago, Glftips said:

PM is a great brand. Good move by TM

I've got a couple PM shirts that I got at the US Open a couple years ago, they are great quality and look very nice.  good choice by TM.

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decent looking stuff...but $90 polos, no thank ya

I have a bunch of adidas polos that cost me in the 20-30 range and are super light and comfortable

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1 minute ago, JohnSmalls said:

@Golfspy_CG2 doesn't TM still own Ashworth?

They were purchased by TMAG. Now that Adidas and TM split I’m not sure if they went with Adidas

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3 minutes ago, RickyBobby_PR said:

They were purchased by TMAG. Now that Adidas and TM split I’m not sure if they went with Adidas

http://www.espn.com/golf/story/_/id/19351857/adidas-sells-golf-businesses-taylormade-adams-golf-ashworth-425-million

Apparently Ashworth was part of the sale of TM & Adams to KPS Capital.  I understand the idea behind teaming up with Peter Millar.  I just wonder why or what happened to Ashworth and why they weren't part of a TM apparel release?

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