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When Tom Brady, 44, announced his premature NFL retirement earlier this year, fans thought he’d be spending more time pursuing his hobby: golf. And while the GOAT is back with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he’s still spending time on the fairway, just not how people expected.
Last week, Brady launched a new golf collection for his eponymous clothing brand, BRADY. It’s a smart move on the part of Brady, the man. After all, his love for golf has been widely documented, and the sport’s once stodgy, buttoned-up uniforms have gotten a serious performance upgrade from forward-thinking menswear labels. Lululemon, for one, has recently released its own link-friendly apparel line featuring polos and chinos infused with moisture-wicking, four-way stretch fabrics.
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BRADY, the clothing brand, is capitalizing on golf’s athleisure wave. Its 14-item drop is made up of smart staples with (of course) sweat and odor-fighting materials. But unlike your typical gym-inspired golf collection, BRADY’s duds are eternally youthful and competently stylish, much like Brady himself. Take its signature half-zip knit, which has the lean build of an office sweater, and comes with warm weather features like mesh detailing for extra breathability, and a fine yarn fabric that offers plenty of stretch. You’ll look like the most polished guy at the country club without breaking a sweat during long days at the links.
In short, it’s another hole-in-one collection for BRADY, the brand. Launched in January, the seven-time Super Bowl champ envisioned a winning label of athletic staples that look great on any man, whether he’s a decorated athlete or a guy easing back into a workout regimen.
“There are functional performance products tailored really well that people can wear in every aspect of their lives,” he told Men’s Health.
BRADY’s inaugural collection was siloed into two categories: LIVE and Train. And with its A + expansion into Golf, we can not wait to see what Brady, the man and brand, comes up with next. For now, Men’s Health fashion director Ted Stafford highlights some of the best pieces from BRADY’s latest line.
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This link-friendly polo has a smart cotton-poly blend for the ultimate comfort and active functionality.
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Here’s a polo that also looks good for date nights. “It’s a great refined option for dressing-up both on and off the golf course,” Stafford says.
Golf Short in Zero Weight
A chino that has the same water-repellant features as a swimming trunk, this golf short is made for all-weather adventures.
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Half zip-up and half wind breaker, this Zero Weight Ripstop is all function, thanks to its ultra lightweight (but durable) construction. UPF 40+ sun protection and water repellant fabric means this will hold up to spring’s unpredictable weather.
“Perfect for blocking the sun from your eyes as well as offering shade to keep you cool while focusing on your swing,” Stafford says.
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Vests are great layering pieces since they’re easy to throw on just about anything, but they can be unnecessarily bulky, especially in spring and summer. Not so with this Zero Weight option, which (you guessed it) is incredibly lightweight and water repellent, so you’ll stay cool and dry on the fairway.
An Arnold Palmer-inspired V-neck made for the next wave of golfers.
“It’s a casual sports pant with stand out details like an extended tab and stretch waistband to keep you comfortable and offer benefits for your best game,” Stafford says.
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A technical golf jacket that offers as much protection as a windbreaker, and looks like a bomber? Add to cart.
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