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Loudmouth scores big with 'Made-To-Order' range
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Sep '11
Loudmouth Golf, the leading brand in outrageous and fun apparel for men and women, announced their “Made-To-Order” (MTO) product line. Made-To-Order is a revolutionary, flexible way for customers to order Loudmouth pants and shorts that are custom designed to their exact specifications.

Loudmouth is offering four uniquely different pant cuts – Regular, Par 5 “jean cut,” Euro-fit, and Easy fit as well as men's shorts. Customers can customize the waist size and length of the pant or short, giving them the best possible fit for their body type. Loudmouth's MTO offers hard-to-find odd-numbered waist sizes like 33, 35, 37 and long lengths in pants and shorts. Customers looking for more can also add cargo pockets and tour slits. The MTO line will feature exclusive new patterns, current popular prints, as well as some discontinued patterns for those who have nostalgia for Loudmouth originals.

“We're excited to offer custom design options for our customers,” says Loudmouth Chief Designer and Founder Woody Woodworth. “MTO will give our customers the power to design clothes that are made just for them. This is a huge step in the market and we can't wait to see what our Loudmouth fans create,” adds Woodworth.

Loudmouth is also excited announce a partnership with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) through The Collegiate Licensing Company (CLC) for the Loudmouth Made-To-Order product line. Students, alumni, faculty and fans can now embroider their pants and shorts with their favorite NCAA team logo. Currently there are four NCAA school logos available including University of Arkansas, University of Kentucky, University of Tennessee, and Louisiana State University.

"Our new MTO product means Loudmouth will always have your size,” says Loudmouth Chief Executive Officer Larry Jackson. MTO creates a powerful production vehicle for Loudmouth to partner quickly and easily with Universities, professional sports franchises, and a variety of other corporations and iconic brands that have approached Loudmouth with the goal of putting their logos and corporate insignias on our uniquely stylized patterns. Our partnership with the NCAA is a huge milestone for Loudmouth and you can expect to see new Universities added to our apparel arsenal every month through our MTO product offering,” adds Jackson.

Made-To-Order custom orders will take approximately 2-3 weeks from online purchase to doorstep delivery. Loudmouth will always carry inventory with standard sizes for immediate overnight delivery.

Founded in 2000 in Sonoma, Calif., Loudmouth is recognized as a leading brand in outrageous and fun apparel for men and women. The Loudmouth line features bright colors in striking patterns in pants, shorts, shirts, skorts, jackets, belts, ski pants and more, all designed by Founder, Woody. Loudmouth provides personalized customer service and quality products that people love to wear.

Loudmouth is worn bypopular global athletes including two-time major winning golfer, John Daly and other PGA and LPGA professionals; the Vancouver Winter Olympic Silver Medalists, the Norwegian Men's Curling Team; and professional extreme snowboarder Martin Gallant. You can also find Loudmouth suits on your favorite celebrities walking the red carpets of Hollywood.

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