Swing Juice T-Shirts are Cooler Than You
We have a lot of clothing companies that we really like, and when we say that we would wear something off the course, we really do mean it. Most of the time these are polos and pullovers, and, while these are all high quality pieces of clothing, you can only wear a collar so much. Sometimes comfort has to be the number one priority, and despite what fashionistas have to say, t-shirts are alright in our book. There are a couple of problems though: golf-related t-shirts usually aren’t of the utmost construction, and rarely is golf accused of having too much personality, so the graphics tend to be pretty cliché. Swing Juice is anything but cliché, and their designs go far beyond the obnoxious and overdone references to one’s “balls”.
So what is Swing Juice? It’s an energy drink . . . but founder Jon Mason started making t-shirts, and, if you haven’t heard of them by now, they’ve been picking up steam around the golf world for their cool designs and unbelievable comfort. One of the most attractive things about the Swing Juice t-shirts are their price. Ranging from $25-30 for new designs — the majority of the shirts are $25 — you’re going to have a hard time finding a t-shirt of this quality at that price anywhere. They have plenty of options on sale for $18 as well, and if your purchasing habits are of the bulk variety, Swing Juice offers Shirt Packs. For $69, Swing Juice will send your for shirts from their specific collections, or, for $79, you can pick any four shirts of your choice. That’s still about $13 a shirt.
Great. They’re cool, and they’re cheap, but who cares how cool or cheap they are if they feel like you’re wearing a burlap sack, right? Don’t worry. The Swing Juice t-shirts that we received are 50% polyester, 25% cotton, and 25% rayon, so they’re crazy soft, and they’re not going to fall to pieces in your dryer.
If you want people to know you’re a golf enthusiast, but you don’t want to look like a golfer, head over to SwingJuice.com to peruse their many cool designs.