1. Behind the Design: Fleecy Pullover

    When it comes to a seamless transition between seasons, it’s all about layering. Enter our Fleecy Pullover. Luxuriously soft and thoughtfully designed, this is our modern spin on the classic pullover. Since launch, the Fleecy Pullover has quickly become one of our favorite styles. Here’s why we think you’ll love it too…


    Designed with a technical fleece fabric, the pullover is breathable and comfortable. Wear it on your morning walk, for your yoga warm-up or out on the court. 


    We’re all about the details. Our Fleecy Pullover features a hidden zipper at the shoulder so you can cool off when you’re working up a sweat. We also added a drawstring hem, zip pockets and thumbholes. 


    So much more than activewear, this style can take your from your workout to the weekend. Pair it with jeans while you’re out running errands or pack it with you for cozy a weekend upstate.


    Fleecy Pullover in Black

    Fleecy Pullover in White

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  2. Fashion History: Argyle

    Ever wonder how argyle became a go-to motif for the golf course? Or how about who wore it first? You’re not alone! For spring, we added the pattern to our newest golf styles and decided to take a look back at the history of this tee time staple.

    17th Century

    The argyle pattern, which is typically made up of overlapping diamond shapes, is derived from the tartan of Clan Campbell of Agryll in Western Scotland. Since at least the 17th century, Scottish Highlanders had worn it on kilts, plaids, and socks.


    But it wasn’t until after World War I that argyle was considered fashionable, and we have the brand Pringle of Scotland to thank for that. The British fashion house developed their own signature argyle and it was soon adopted by the Duke of Windsor, who often worn the pattern while playing golf. It became a popular motif for the long socks that were worn with the plus-fours style trousers worn throughout the 1920s.

    Inspiration: Katherine Hepburn 

    Caption: Katherine Hepburn sporting argyle for the film “Pat and Mike”, 1952.


    Argyle held on to its place in the fashion world, working its way onto women’s mini skirts and preppy men’s trouser socks throughout the 1960s.


    In the 1990s, professional golfer Payne Stewart put the pattern in the spotlight by making argyle socks a regular part of his uniform. His extravagant style caught the attention of fellow players and fans who later used the motif to pay tribute to the late golf star.

    Fashion designer Todd Oldhman even incorporated his own stylized take on the pattern into his Fall 1994 runway collection, showing it on mini dresses, sweaters, maxi skirts, and knitwear.


    We stand by this classic pattern because it feels equal parts preppy, sporty and chic. Our new Argyle Polo is made using our performance merino wool, making it super durable, machine washable and water resistant. Here’s to always looking good on (and off) the golf course.

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  3. Behind the Design: Our Performance Knitwear

    Whether you’re hitting the slopes, strolling the city streets or getting ready to tee off, our new collection of knitwear is designed for all the places you play. The Striped Mock Turtleneck and Argyle Polo, both made with ultrafine merino wool, will quickly become your new wardrobe staples. Here’s why you’ll love them…


    Our merino styles can be washed on cold and tumbled dried on low without shirking or losing their shape. The high-resistance yarns are designed to be durable and last longer without pilling. Go ahead, play hard!


    Get ready to play outside. Our yarns are water resistant and weather friendly thanks to an environmentally-friendly treatment that also helps keep them super soft.


    The go-to layer for all of your winter activities, our merino wool will keep you warm when temps drop. On warmer days, our breathable wool helps to cool the body by wicking away moisture.

    Shop the Collection: Striped Mock Turtleneck / Argyle Polo

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