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 »  Home  »  Regional Editorials  »  Long Island, Metro NY  »  2006 Golf Apparel
2006 Golf Apparel
By Terrence Jordan | Published  12/12/2006 | Long Island, Metro NY | Unrated
Cutter & Buck

The name Cutter & Buck might sound familiar to many of our readers.  Most golfers have seen the name week after week, emblazoned on the shirt of the most successful female golfer of this generation, Annika Sorenstam.  But what is Cutter &Buck?

Cutter & Buck is a golf apparel company that is pushing the technological envelope.  Yes, you read that right.  Technologically-advanced clothes.  The CB ProTec line of clothing has been meticulously researched and developed to protect golfers from the elements and allow them to focus on their games.  Cutter & Buck offers five different CB ProTec lines that protect against moisture, wind, rain, sun, and heat and coldness.  The lightweight fabrics used by Cutter & Buck allow your skin to breathe, even if you’re sloshing through a rainstorm or being blown over by a relentless gale.

The protective forces of Cutter & Buck’s clothing do not come at the expense of fashion.  The company has multiple lines of polo shirts, sweaters, jackets, vests, and pants that are colorful yet understated, comfortable yet functional.  Polo shirts feature no less than 15 different design patterns in a wide variety of colors, and items like the CB Weathertec Olympic Waterproof Jacket are made with heavy-duty materials that still allow golfers to swing freely.  Cutter & Buck has a piece of clothing for every situation that a golf course can present.

Although most men not named Sergio Garcia or Ian Poulter usually don’t put much thought into what they wear, male golfers will care about how sharp they look once they see how appealing Cutter & Buck’s clothing really is.  Ladies, on the other hand, should appreciate Cutter & Buck’s wide variety of styles immediately.  The 2006 Women’s Collection exudes femininity and athleticism, giving women the best of both worlds.  Like the men’s line, the ladies’ set has a host of options, including items like the CB Windtec Hyperlight Jacket and the CB Drytec Legend Mock.  Both of these pieces provide unmatched protection from Mother Nature.  Sunny days might call for the Elan Polo matched with a pair of Claire Marie Capri pants, a look that will no doubt turn heads quicker than someone yelling, “Fore!”

To have the backing of the best female golfer in the world, you better bring the goods.  The great looks and vibrant colors keep Annika looking great on the course, and the fabric’s breathability makes it more comfortable than sitting in a VIP limo on the victory ride home.  The technological leaps taken by Cutter & Buck set a new standard for golf clothing going forward.  Go to to give Cutter & Buck a try.  Like Annika, you can win... and look good doing it.