(TORONTO, ON) – Quagmire, the lifestyle apparel company known for its edgy, modern golf and sportswear, announces San Jose Sharks’ teammates Joe Thornton and Jeremy Roenick both sported the line in recent golf tournaments – yesterday’s inaugural Mike Weir Charity Classic at Glen Abbey Golf Club and last week’s American Century Golf Championship in Lake Tahoe, NV, respectively.
A favorite of NHL and PGA Tour players alike, including defending Canadian Open champion Chez Reavie, Quagmire’s surfer-chic styles are distinguished by cut-and-sew detailing, unique logo and pocket placement, and contrast stitching.
WHAT THE PLAYERS SAY:
“Quagmire was founded by a couple of entrepreneurs from the Toronto area – my hometown – and it’s been fun to see how much the brand has grown in the last few years,” says Thornton. “These clothes are meant to be worn more places than the golf course, and it’s great to feel comfortable no matter where I’m at.”
“The guys at Quagmire have really created a fun, edgy style,” says Roenick. “When I’m wearing the brand, it’s about having fun hitting the ball and enjoying the game, rather than worrying about whether I’m dressed correctly.”
“I never could have imagined the response that people would have to my clothes, but everywhere I go people ask me about what I’m wearing,” says Reavie. “I love telling them about Quagmire. They make great-looking, really comfortable pieces that are perfect for when I’m on Tour or back at home with friends.”