Maide by Bonobos Makes You Look Good by Keeping It Simple
Where is it written that performance golf wear has to look like performance wear? Why does golf clothing have to look like you’re about to go max out at the gym after hitting the driving range? Maide by Bonobos shows that golf clothing can perform and still look good at the same time.
If you aren’t familiar with Bonobos, don’t beat yourself up because they haven’t been around very long, but you would do well to get to know them. Started in 2011 as an online retailer of men’s clothing, Bonobos specialized in a more tailored, fitted look. Since then, they have branched out into retail locations through Nordstrom.
After significant industry recognition from its inception, Bonobos decided to launch a golf apparel brand, Maide, in 2013. Maide — it’s a Gaelic word for “club” — combines Bonobo’s modern take on classic style with performance fabrics suitable for the needs of golf.
But if you think that your game is up to snuff to the extent that you can don only the most cutting edge tech fabric that a pro wears, then you should be considering Maide by Bonobos because they have a PGA Tour player on board. They recently signed Bud Cauley as a brand ambassador, and he’s wearing his new look at this week’s AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-am. He’ll be wearing the Maide Highland Pant and the M-Flex Flatiron Polo.
So, do your game a favor and compliment it with the modern but timeless style of Maide by Bonobos. Or distract from your sad game by dressing to the nines . . . whether you’re good or bad, you’ll look better in Maide. Our favorite item has to be the Heathland Golf Pant in the Blue Palms Minicheck.
Check out the full line of pants, shorts, polos, pullovers and more at Maide.