With its new collection inspired by Arizona landscapes, PXG has set the spring/summer trends. Sunrises and sunsets were depicted by PXG using orange, red, and khaki-colored pieces.
Renee Parsons, President and Executive Creative Director of PXG Wear, set out from the beginning to develop a fashion-forward golf apparel line, and each collection has succeeded in doing so.
The Spring/Summer 2022 collection features a wide range of designs, from utilitarian khaki sets to Italian knits, technological raincoats, and trend-driven dresses, as well as classic golf clothing.
In both models, the men’s Grid Windowpane V-Neck Vest is seen. The vest is made of a silk mulberry and cashmere combination. This smooth, soft garment is ideal for layering over a polo or long-sleeved shirt. This piece’s double grid pattern makes it suitable for both the office and the golf course.
The PXG Comfort Fit Short Sleeve Shoulder Trim Polo is a timeless polo that pairs well with a variety of bottoms. The polo has quick-dry shoulder and sleeve panels, as well as a loose design, and is made of an eco-friendly breathable waffle-textured fabric.
The Harlequin Flare Skirt for ladies is made of quick-drying, moisture-wicking fabric with UPF 50+ sun protection and four-way stretch. The A-line skirt features twin front pockets, a single centered back pocket, and a pair of shorts with repeat logo taping around the elastic waistband.
The Long Sleeve Zipper Polo, available in orange or black, is a versatile garment that can be worn with a skirt, shorts, or jeans. It’s lightweight and stretchy enough to simply tuck in. The polo has a collared neckline with a zipped placket and ruffle sleeve design.
“As the PXG Apparel line evolves, so do our cutting-edge designs.” “This season is all about the future, with innovative fashions that will appeal to both golfers and fashionistas,” adds Parsons.
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