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Quagmire launches fresh & edgy 2010 men's apparel line
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Sep '09
Quagmire, the lifestyle apparel company known for its edgy, modern golf and sportswear, announces the premier of its 2010 men's collection highlighted by contrasting color combinations, casual styling and new fabrications.

Designed to transition seamlessly from the 18th green to 19th hole and beyond, Quagmire's latest looks feature an array of bright and pastel hues, cut-and-sew detailing and unique logo and pocket placement. Inspired by sport and street fashion, the brand's polos, sweaters, shorts, pants and outerwear include style names like "Duffer," "Pondskipper," and "Choke."

Crafted from Quagmire's exclusive, environmentally-friendly "Gud 'N Dri" fabric, the line's polos are available in several textures including pique, interlock and a cotton slub. The 2010 collection also includes a new "Recycled Honeycomb" 100 percent polyester cloth.

Performance enhancing characteristics of the Gud 'N Dri family include breathability, durability, fast-drying properties, UV protection and antimicrobials to keep the wearer cool and comfortable. The pieces are soft, static-free and wrinkle- and piling-resistant. For bottoms, Quagmire has introduced a woven-nylon, seersucker plaid and cotton stripe, among other fabrications.

"Quagmire's look is about being comfortable and relaxed," says co-founder Geoff Tait. "We've designed our men's clothing to fit our customer's lifestyle. Whether it's hanging out with the guys at the bar Friday night, golfing on Saturday or hitting the beach -- the pieces are easy and look great."

Available in sizes S-XXL and 28-40, the 2010 collection includes more than 30 pieces, plus belts and hats to complete any outfit.

Worn by both Hollywood celebrities and Tour professionals, the brand's "Not Fit for the Fairway," slogan stresses that golfers don't have to be low handicappers to have fun and look great --on and off the course.

Sold throughout North America, Quagmire can be found at prestigious on-course shops, clubs and resorts including Olympic Golf and the Ritz-Carlton Orlando, Ka'anapali Golf Resort, the Four Seasons Resort Great Exuma at Emerald Bay, Angus Glen, Glen Abbey and Sporting Life in Toronto.

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