Because apparently not all golf courses find Coed Naked shirts hilarious, even when they're about the golf team, there's Florida-HQ'd Sub70 USA: an aggressively funky line of "retro-meets-modern" links-ready duds that's the brainchild of a couple Brits and Randy Gordon, the guy behind timekeeper operation ToyWatch, not to be confused with the group that trolls neighborhoods to ensure your Care Bears aren't out looting s**t. Get dudded with:
Shirts: Draw attention to your horrendous golf game with polos ranging from their Groove, which comes in everything from light gray to orange and gets dual contrast chest pockets, to another with various-sized horizontal stripes, all of which come in a "European athletic fit", most of which are thrown by Eric Cantona.
Pants: They've got two styles with handy marker-storing coin pockets: the Pierre, which comes in solids from standard black to really not-standard bright blue, plus the infinitely blingy-er Claude in loud Brighton plaids including gray w/ yellow, black w/ white, and
Spaceball One white w/ brown.
Shorts: All those pants also come chopped off at the knee, and also get equipped with a flat front and stash pockets to toss your scorecard, pencil, and most importantly, embarrassing Phish tapes containing versions of the song "Stash" where they don't even jam.