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Loudmouth Golf uncovers limited edition spring 2014 line
07
Feb '14
Loudmouth Golf, the leader in bold and bright golf and lifestyle apparel, is excited to announce the release of its highly anticipated spring 2014 collection.
 
The new line consists of five designs: Augusta Magic, Hollywoody Squares, Lucky, Scribblz White and Shiver me Timbers.
 
“Loudmouth’s spring 2014 line is fun and entertaining,” says Loudmouth founder and designer Woody! “This limited edition collection will become an instant classic in your closet. Hurry and scoop up these new designs before they sell out.”
 
The new spring 2014 collection is available for both men and women and includes trousers, shorts, skorts, mini-shorts and capri trousers.
 
In addition to stocked sizes, Loudmouth offers Made-to-Order (MTO) clothes, which lets customers customise the waist size and length of their garment to provide the ultimate fit. Loudmouth trousers, shorts, skorts and mini-shorts are all made in 97% cotton and 3% spandex.
 
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. 
 

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