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  1. https://www.everymanjack.com/sun-shield-spray-spf-50?utm_medium=shopping&gclid=Cj0KCQjw5auGBhDEARIsAFyNm9EbrhvvJEXAwkl6zTpZXosG5DBPskWQeDNsgV2iVfj6MdGpwM91zmQaAplpEALw_wcB
  2. Try the JCrew Tech shirt for a slim fit option. If you are looking for slimming similar to what dark colors do, you may have to look elsewhere.
  3. I wish they would have made them in the runners. I wear my runners playing golf a lot. They would be perfect with just a tiny bit more of an aggressive tread.
  4. I would be glad to…if you have a favorite white shirt that has sunscreen stains on it from years or use, just buy a new shirt. But, if you have one that you’ve noticed is just starting to yellow, follow these directions: 1) Pour baking soda on the stain and take a brush or something with bristles and just rub it around on the stain. Let it sit overnight if you can. This will get any loose oils from sticking to the fabric. 2) Pour Dawn dish soap on it and repeat with the brush. Be sure to scrub as much as you can without damaging the fabric. Let that sit until dry. 3) Get some
  5. The Twillory polo is definitely on the shorter side.
  6. If you like heavier fabrics that are tighter across the chest/shoulders, I would say Twillory is right up your alley.
  7. Just get a hat form off of Amazon and put your hat in it and put it in the dishwasher. Does the trick every time.
  8. Hey gang, I am just curious as to the community’s favorite white performance (no cotton) polo brand and style. For the golf apparel industry, this is the hardest color to handle. If the fabric is too light, the world can identify you by your nipples. If it’s too heavy, it’s a trash bag that doesn’t breathe. Thanks gang!
  9. The best quality of all the brands I’ve worked with are: *Peter Millar: Although their heat seals are often sub standard *Linksoul *Dunning *Greg Norman *RLX side of Ralph Lauren Haven’t worked with Stitch but I do like their quality.
  10. The Peter Millar featherweight polo is the lightest on the market and utilizes 50 denier polyester yarns in their construction which is the finest yarn used in the golf market today.
  11. Yeah, the polo is definitely on the shorter side. Overall, the fabric is pretty decent. They peached each side nicely. Regarding the shorts, they are 100% polyester so the only stretch you will get is from mechanical stretch. A lot of the higher end models are filled with spandex which give them a 4 way stretch component. I prefer those, but for $12, you can’t beat the 32 degrees short. I don’t play golf in them, but I do wear them around town. 32 Degrees is a good value line for someone that isn’t looking to spend a lot of money and still wants some performance in what the
  12. Ok guys, I got my Twillory polo shirts in for evaluation and I’ve got to say, I’m pretty disappointed. Let’s jump in: FABRIC This could be the most disappointing part of the polo. They used a standard mesh grid fabric that is usually used in the uniform industry as their fabric of choice. The pros to this fabric is that it is the best against picking (which the uniform industry obviously likes) and that’s about it. It is a heavy fabric that due to the nature of the fabrication doesn’t wick well and can often be hot. It also uses cheap polyester yarns that are low denier counts
  13. Unfortunately, none of mine are cotton and are still all over the place. I thought with Peter Millar getting involved they would clean up their specs in their tech packs, but it doesn’t look that way so far.
  14. It’s their simple neck gaiter. I think they sent me 10 when I ordered the kids gaiters for school last year. I deal with them for work and they are good people.
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