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Loudmouth Golf launches new windshirts range in Europe
23
Sep '13
Loudmouth Golf, the leader in bold and bright coloured golf and lifestyle clothing, is pleased to announce its brand new range of windshirt.

Keep colourful and cosy on the golf course this autumn with Loudmouth's half zip, long-sleeve windshirts, currently available five different patterns including 'Pink and Black', ‘Magic Bus’, 'Splash USA,' and several solid colours including black, red, teal, and many others.

All windshirts are available in sizes S-2XL and made in 100% micro-poly with a comfortable inner-mesh lining and a hidden drawstring. They are designed to be the perfect weight and cut to shield you from the elements without restricting your game.

“Loudmouth’s new windshirts are ideal for breezy or chilly days both on and off the course,” says Loudmouth Golf CEO, Larry Jackson, “They are versatile and can be paired with your Loudmouth Golf trousers, solid golf trousers, or your favourite pair of jeans. They are a must-have staple for every Loudmouth wardrobe."

About Loudmouth

Founded in 2000, Loudmouth Golf is recognised as the leading brand in outrageous and fun apparel for men and women. The line features bright colours in striking patterns in pants, shorts, shirts, skorts, jackets, belts, snow pants and more, all designed by the founder, Woody. Loudmouth provides personal customer service and quality products that people love to wear.

Loudmouth Golf is worn by many athletes including two-time major winning golfer, John Daly and other PGA and LPGA professionals; the USA men’s beach volleyball Gold Medal winning team; and the Norwegian men's curling Silver Medal winning team. You can also find Loudmouth suits on the red carpets of Hollywood.

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