Ogio drops a fresh full size bag dubbed the Chamber. And it’s surely a lockbox for your clubs. There’s a protective membrane and compression fit bottom in each club compartment. Together, it securely holds each club grip and shaft, so that none of your sticks even touch. Naturally, the bag packs all of the other modern amenities such as zipperless ball pocket, lift grip molded trunk handle, glove/putter cover with velcro attachment strip, integrated tee holder, and internal cell phone pocket. The Chamber is available for $260 and comes with free shipping. Available in all black and black/orange.
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The good people at Bettinardi release MLB officially licensed headcovers in the spirit of the 2011 World Series between the St. Louis Cardinals and Texas Rangers. These protective covers offers elegance and comfort for your flatstick. It also features Bettinardi’s patented Neoprene closure with black interior. 100% made in the USA.
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Nike Golf introduces its lightest golf bag ever, the Nike Vapor X, which weighs in at less than 4 pounds. This is almost an entire pound less than the average carry bag. The versatile bag has straps with Air technology, a 5-way divider and configuration for 14 clubs. Plus, the Vapor X provides intuitive icons for the waterproof pocket, glove patch, GPS loop, pen-sleeve and insulated water-bottle sleeve. Walk more and fatigue less. Drops at retail on Nov. 1st, and comes in seven ridiculously awesome colorways.
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Irish professional golfer and European Tour player Gareth Maybin has a little fun with some trick shots that will give Tiger a run for his money. Pretty chill video for a Friday. Footage was filmed at his home track in Ballyclare during a shoot for sponsor Sportsrisq. The music is Go Outside by The Cults. Go practice.
Not to be left out, the ladies lineup from Callaway drops at retail on October 14th. According to John Melican, SVP of Callaway, this footwear lineup is the most technologically-advanced and high-performance shoe offering in Callaway’s history. The company has really established a considerable niche in the women’s golf footwear space with its fashionable styles combined with performance design. New styles include the Koko, Hyperbolic, and the Solaire.
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Recognized for its golf clubs, Callaway now drops its new men’s footwear products for 2012. These shoes are developed with the same dedication to meaningful technology and authentic performance. The 2012 franchise introduces several new styles, including Callaway’s most advanced performance shoe to date, the RAZR. Additionally, the company launches some updated styles for today’s modern fashion such as the street style Del Mar. Multiple colorways for all models. Nice.
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The Grind from Nike releases this new video on the post-round cool down process. Very helpful and some sage words of advice for us amateurs. Training specialist Randy Myers walks you through what the PGA pros do, and what us regular joes should do after our round. Particularly important if you’re playing back-to-back days.
Travis Mathew restocks and relaunches its Match Back Limited Edition polo shirts. The polos are a dope striped 3-button placket, with the Travis Mathew Tour script logo embroidered on the collar. Also be sure to notice the TM icon on the chest as well. Delofted loves these fine details.
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ECCO sneaks us a peek at the new ECCO Golf Street Textile, hitting retail shelves in October. Instead of being completely leather uppers, the kicks are now incorporating textile into the upper design. Delofted will have some original hi-res photos shortly of the samples. Stay tuned.
All black everything. That’s what adidas drops in its monochrome colorway of the Tour 360ATV golf spikes. Head to the dark side and pick up a pair of these for ultimate traction and style. Dope.
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Geometry on a whole new level. Nike adds one more to its Nike Method Core putter franchise to bring the total to six models. The putter features Nike’s major-winning Polymetal groove technology in a high-MOI package. Check out its iconic larger mallet shape and milled face, plus the wing tips! The Drone drops Nov. 1, 2011 at retail, also comes in a belly putter version too. Cost you about $200+.
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adidas drops its version of the spikeless golf shoe with the launch of the Street. Worn famously by Justin Rose last week when he won the BMW Championship, the Street combine iconic adidas styling with full-grain leather for a supple look and feel. What you get is more more natural foot flexion and torsion while cushioning every step. The spikeless outsole has 124 strategically placed traction lugs of varying size for a secure grip. Five colorways and a retail price of around 90 bucks.
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