Dunning: Inspired by 1960s tailoring and athletic and prep looks, brand will introduce its fall collection at the PGA Merchandise Show.
AHEAD: Releases a full agenda for this week’s PGA Merchandise Show, which opens on Thursday. The company will be celebrating its 15th anniversary by showcasing its new headwear, apparel and accessories.
Just Fore You Jewelry: Launching new designs at the PGA Merchandise Show and offering to buyers a show special of 10 percent off all wholesale prices.
Glove It: Adds a patented birdie belt and a new collection of bling metallic visors to its 2010 accessory offerings.
Dawgs Golf: Introducing new Ultralite Golf Spirit shoes, which feature extremely light-weight construction, rubber outsole with soft spikes, and low heel impact and arch support.
Glove It: Adds new styles and designs to the Nicole Miller Studio and Glove It collection for 2010.
Sundog Eyewear: Introduces new technology, Mela-Lens Polarized and Mela-Lens Photochromic, for 2010. “The Mela-Lens is one of the most important advancements in Sundog Eyewear lens technology in many years,” said John Whitney, director of product development. “Incorporating the Mela-Lens breakthrough technology into Polarized and Photochromic lens, and adding a smoke-colored Mela-Lens, is an equally important and major advancement.”
Quagmire: Debuting its Campus / Corporate collection, targeted at tournaments, corporate buyers and collegiate bookstores.
Adidas Golf: Introduces advanced THiNTech, a new low-profile footwear system that improves stability, balance and footwork. “In fact, it’s a better way to build golf shoes, focused on reducing platform thickness to improve overall product performance,” said Dave Ortley, senior director of global footwear for Adidas Golf.
Sunice: Outerwear brand names Arnie Cunningham as the company”s director of PGA Tour promotions.
Tifosi Optics: Maker of golf-specific sunglasses will give free product and extra discounts for orders written at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Antigua: Announces its 2010 tour staff, which includes PGA Tour players Notah Begay III, Craig Bowden, Billy Mayfair, Kevin Streelman and Jerod Turner; LPGA players Brittany Lang, Dorothy Delasin, Stacy Prammanasudh, Alison Walshe and Wendy Ward; and Nationwide Tour players Scott Sterling and DJ Brigman.
Abacus: Introduces its spring and summer 2010 products.
Gogie Girl: Will debut its Audrey Collection and offering free embroidery on any order of 36 pieces or more placed at the PGA Merchandise Show.
LoudMouth Golf: Debuting its newest styles at this week’s PGA Merchandise Show. Attendees visiting its booth will receive a free visor and can view a 14-foot high poster of John Daly wearing the brand.
Tip Tee Toe: Shoe manufacturer to debut its new women’s line at the show, Jan. 28-30 in Orlando, FL.
Glamorous Golf: Its score/counter bracelet receives positive reviews from The Hackers Paradise and the company will exhibit accessory in the new product center at the PGA Merchandise Show.
Iconic Sport: To help celebrate its fifth anniversary, apparel brand will feature a daily drawing for Iconic UPF 50+ sun protection apparel and accessories at the PGA Merchandise Show. Iconic will offer a fun, informative, five-question quiz, and FAQ sheet on sun-smart behavior and cancer risks of sunburn and sun exposure.
Divots Sportswear: Will launch its 2010 apparel line In 33rd consecutive appearance at PGA Merchandise Show, Jan. 28-30 in Orlando, FL.
Imperial Headwear: Offering special pricing via its “That 70’s Promo” starting Wednesday, Jan. 27 at 5 p.m. through midnight Saturday, Jan. 30, the last day of the 2010 PGA Merchandise Show.
Puma Golf North America: Announces its plans to exhibit in meeting room just off the PGA Merchandise Show floor to introduce its latest footwear, apparel and accessories.