Callaway Apparel - Fall 2019 Collection

Although I was unable to attend in person, Callaway Golf Apparel was once again a staple at the 2019, PGA Fashion Show last week in Las Vegas.  Prior to the show, I was able to see some of the pieces that were set to be featured on the show floor.  On of the products Callaway Apparel is excited about for Fall 2019, is the expanded Swing Tech Polo offerings. Lisa Arkin, VP of Sales for Callaway Apparel stressed the Vegas based PGA Fashion show is an important platform for Callaway to showcase and introduce their latest products. “[The PGA Fashion Show] is an integral event for us to reach our consumers.” 

The new Swing Tech Polo’s come in a vast color pallet and are available in size small through 5X.  For the vertically blessed gentleman, Callaway offers a “tall” shirt from size large through 5X.  No matter your size or shape, Callaway has apparel that can fit virtually any golfer.  Over the past couple of years, Callaway has focused on the sizing dimension for garments.  Although traditionally, Callaway ran at least one to two sizes larger than normal. That is no longer the case as Callaway Apparel runs fairly true to size with their expanded size portfolio.  A very welcomed and improved aspect of Callaway Apparel.
Arkin also stressed that as a brand, Callaway Apparel has become “laser-focused” on creating technically superior products.  As a result, the brand has experienced tremendous growth over the past few years.  In this light, Callaway Apparel has partnered with Outlast Technologies.  Clothing designed with outlast material adapts to thermal changes by absorbing excess heat while reducing overheating, chilling, and perspiration.  The Mid-Layer Pullover featured here contains Outlast technology.

This month, Leah and I had the opportunity to preview some selections from the Fall 2019 collection at Eagle Valley Golf Course. As referenced, both Leah and I remarked on the continued accurate fit of Callaway Apparel.  The styling, fit and finish is consistent season to season.  As a Short Par 4 subscriber, I am happy that Callaway continues to be part of their collection as well.  With their newly expanded sizing, even Callaway Long Drive Staffer, Ryan Reisbeck (6’4” 250 lbs) can bomb 400 yard drives without restriction. To that end, I leave you with our LookBook from the Fall 2019 line of Callaway Apparel.  As always, thanks for reading, and enjoy!
Sleeveless Polo Dress: $90

Allover Chevron Printed Polka Dot Polo: $65
Coolmax Sweater Cardigan: $85
Side Pleat Stretch Skort: $75

Swing Tech Printed Gingham Polo: $65
Oxford Short: $75
Webbed Logo Belt: $30

Textured Print Polo: $75
Outlast Premium Mid-Layer Pullover: $75
Oxford Short: $75
Webbed Logo Belt: $30