7 D2C Golf Brands You Should Know
These are the 7 D2C golf lifestyle brands that are making the sport more inclusive and stylish.
Golf clothes are now fashionable to wear on and off the greens, and it's attracting the attention of celebrities. Under his Nike sub-label NOCTA, Drake launched his first golf apparel and accessory collection. Macklemore launched his own D2C golf apparel line called Bogey Boys and recently opened a storefront in his hometown of Seattle.
As golf fashion continues to become mainstream, 1-800 D2C is checking out the D2C golf brands driving this momentum.
Macklemore's golf line Bogey Boys offers a variety of polos and pants in fun patterns and bold colors. Bogey Boys clothing typically falls in the $80 - $120 price range and you're sure to leave an impression on and off the course.
Lifelong golfers and co-founders Olajuwon Ajanaku and Earl A. Cooper played at Morehouse College and decided to start Eastside to bring style and inclusivity to the golf world. Prices range from $55 - $120.
Founded by Tyler, The Creator in 2011, Golf Wang is a golf streetwear brand that makes comfy tees, sweatshirts and shorts. A basic golf tee starts at $35 while sweatshirts cost $100.
Malbon Golf is a lifestyle brand founded in 2017 by couple Stephen and Erica Malbon. Malbon Golf has a celebrity following and calls people like Travis Scott and Justin Bieber customers. Malbon's designs range from simple and straightforward to loud and bold with tie-dye and logos. Their polos fall between the $60 - $140 range depending on the material & type. And if you're looking to show off your new apparel, Malbon has a Golf Club to connect golfers and help people get on the greens.
Manors Golf is a sophisticated golf wear brand inspired by golf icons like Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Jack Nicklaus. Manors Golf has three clothing collections The Classic, The Beautiful Game, and The Sunday Pin Series. Its prices vary but its knitted polos start at £80 and trousers cost £170.
Metalwood Studio is inspired by the the '90s and early 2000s golf scene. In addition to selling apparel like t-shirts, polos, and hats, Metalwood also sells golf equipment and accessories like headcovers and trading cards.
Prices vary depending on the product but clothing typically starts at $50 and goes to $140.
Robin Golf is changing the culture of golf by making it effortless to buy stylish, quality golf equipment. The company’s mission is to open the game to a wider range of players by injecting it with simplicity, accessibility, and fun.