If you don’t recognize the name, Coogi, you’ll recognize the Australian luxury knitwear brand’s iconic sweater designs that became the unofficial color palette of the 1990s. These vibrant, kaleidoscopic prints in rich purples, magentas brave and zesty teals made their way across the world, becoming a staple and symbol for entertainers of the decade – and have now entered the world of golf wear. Coogi has teamed up with fellow Australian design and lifestyle house, Birds of Condor, known for their hip, savvy and surf-influenced golf apparel, to create a capsule that celebrates the progress the sport has made in recent times. years to become more accessible. The 11-piece collection of golf apparel and accessories honors the timeless appeal of golf and Australian fashion: simple, casual and filled with music, art and good times.
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The limited-edition capsule features some of Birds’ most popular apparel and accessories, revamped and retrofied in an archival Coogi print. This includes three headgear options (a bucket hat and two snapbacks), polo shirts and a t-shirt, which you can match with the unisex all-sport shorts, suitable for swimming or hiking as well as golf . Rounding out the collection is a series of wacky club gear and protective towels, all pretty much screaming for a chance at a head-to-toe golf look.
Plus, in keeping with both brands’ commitments to their Australian roots, the capsule is made from 100% organic cotton and recycled polyester, while being performance-ready with moisture-wicking and drying qualities. fast important for golfers. Every purchase at Birds of Condor even helps plant native rainforest trees in Australia’s northern New South Wales.
“Art, music and good times are essential ingredients in everything we do here at Birds,” said Frankie Kimpton, Creative Director and Founder. “It’s so cool to partner with an OG Aussie fashion brand, referenced in the lyrics and worn by some of our heroes from the American hip-hop scene…we’re proud to bring that vibe to the game of golf.”