Adidas love to push the boundaries when it comes to golf apparel – and this year is no different
Keep up to speed with the latest Adidas Golf 2021 apparel ranges right here.
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Adidas Golf 2021 apparel: Adicross
Adicross isn’t a completely new concept for 2021. The line was originally brought out in 2017 and was designed to fuse golf performance products with more casual lifestyle styling.
This year Adidas are describing this range as ‘elevated streetwear style”. It still ticks all the boxes in terms of functionality for golf but has a modern twist. Think trainer-style shoes, tracksuit bottoms, and some pretty bold printed t-shirts.
Traditionalists – look away now.
The range will debut on the PGA Tour at the Genesis Invitational, with several Adidas staffers ready to tee up in the new gear.
I hope Joaquin Niemann makes it to the weekend because I love the look of his Sunday outfit. I’m also intrigued to know why he needs back up trousers on Thursday – is it in case he gets a hole-in-one? (Sorry.)
Tyrrell Hatton has already had the golf world divided by wearing a hoodie, and now Adidas have launched a new which is bound to be popular.
I especially like the additional detailing around the neckline which gives this a new modern twist.
If there is anything lockdown has taught us it’s that we should all be in joggers more often. If you want more comfort in your rounds these are sure to do the trick.
Finally I love the casual sporty styling of these fade mock tees. If you look really closely you can see the words ‘Draw’ and ‘Fade’ are written above and below the stripe.
- The Adicross range starts at £25 and you can see it all on the Adidas website
Adidas Golf 2021 apparel: EQT
Has it really been 30 years since Adidas Golf launched their first equipment range?
To celebrate the anniversary, Adidas have released a special edition range of EQT footwear and apparel, focusing on the brand’s heritage within our sport.
The modern twist to the range features the usual high-performance fabrics with sustainable materials to align with their goal of ending plastic waste.
- The EQT range starts at £19.95 and can be found on the Adidas website