Written By: Colin Murray
About Sub70 USA
You may be thinking to yourself you have heard of Sub70 or have seen the name somewhere before, you probably have as Sub70 was first launched in the United Kingdom in 2004. Sub70 made its name using bold and exciting colors in what they call sportswear not just golf wear; Sub70 uses what they call colorblocking to make a bold statement in their aggressive clothing line. The European brand was started by three childhood buddies in Southampton, England who couldn’t find any clothing they found fitting for the golf course, so they set out to make a bold, lean fitting clothing line that would soon take England’s golf fashion by storm. Randy Gordon, a golf lover like us at Average Guy Golf, saw the potential in Sub70 and started a joint partnership to create Sub70USA. Now no matter if the Atlantic Ocean is to your left or to your right you can enjoy some very stylish Golf/Sports Wear next time you hit the links.
About the Shirt
This shirt, as most every piece of apparel made by Sub70, is made from Climactic polyester – a moisture wicking fabric that is highly breathable and very light on the body. The Otto style shirts from Sub70 feature accent colors that line the collar, pocket, and sleeve edges, and are typical of the European athletic fit style. The shirt is designed to look good both tucked in or out, so, as with most golf shirts nowadays, it is versatile enough to be worn on the course as well as most places off. In addition to the black/pink style shirt shown here, the Otto style shirt is available in many different main/accent colors including black/white, white/aqua, burgundy/white, and more. Despite the two colors on the Otto’s, they are far from actual stripes, so the shirt can be worn with striped shorts.
More About the Author - Colin Murray
Colin is a Senior writer with Average Guy Golf, who has been around from the very beginning of the site. Days after Chris launched the site, Colin contacted him and has been writing for the site ever since, he is also very active on AGG's social media accounts, if you are talking to AGG on Facebook or Twitter chances are, you are speaking with Colin. Colin was recently engaged to his future bride Tracie, and lives in Northern Virginia. He plays TaylorMade equipment, and has been AGG's main correspondent from PGA tournaments, on site at most notable the 2013 PGA championship.