What started with a simple t-shirt has now expanded to a full-line of athletic apparel, equipment and activewear. Under Armour, Inc. has had a mission to make all athletes better through passion, design and relentless pursuit of innovation. At the 2018 PGA Merchandise Show, Under Armour Eyewear joined with Eyeking to debut a new UA Tuned Vision Performance and Recovery System of eyewear. When meeting with UA at the show we discussed my excitement and willingness to test out the UA Octane and Glimpse sunglasses so that I could get a full feel for the performance and recovery system they had designed.
One of the things when attending The PGA Merchandise Show is you’re introduced to everything golf! That includes footwear. When I visited the Adidas booth, I was introduced to Adidas Tour Boost 360 2.0 and as soon as I picked up the shoe, I felt nothing but quality. It’s lightweight, the traction on the bottom is perfect for the spring midwestern rounds when the ground is soft and very wet, and the upper sole was made from premium leather.
New Balance has always believed that their job is to aid their athlete in the pursuit of excellence. This has been their constant whether in creating a running shoe or a golf shoe. New Balance is hoping that their golf shoes will be the accessory that your feet take next time you’re headed to the course.
Every golfer knows that the equipment you take to the course plays a huge role in how your round will go but there’s no denying that if you look the part that will take you a long way. Greg Norman apparel is proudly associated with some of the biggest and greatest names in golf and I was excited to preview what they are bringing into the 2018 season.