The Masters is a tradition unlike any other, and one of the more recent traditions is the plethora of limited-edition Augusta-themed gear. From the small boutique brands to the sneaker giants, there is no shortage of creative takes on azaleas, green and gold colorways, Amen Corner, and more.
To save you the hassle of scouring the ‘Gram and doing endless Google searches, here is our list–from head(cover) to toe–of the best limited-edition Masters products for 2020. This is also intended to be a running list. We will add new products as we come across them. Let us know if there are other items that you find.
Rope hats and pimentos. The white-on-white colorway of Devereux’s Pimento Cheese Patch Hat pays homage to the caddie jumpsuits. Grab a hat, a beer, and a sandwich. Then find a spot on the couch for a tradition unlike any other. (dvrxthreads.com)
$1.50 for a pimento cheese sammy? Still the best food deal in sports. (JohnstonGrayDesigns.com)
Nothing says old-school cool like a pimento cheese rope cap. (ImperialSports.com)
A goat in tiger stripes celebrates ‘you know who’s’ dominance at Augusta. Can he grab a 6th Green Jacket this year? (ImperialSports.com)
Headcovers & Bags
Suit up your driver in style with this collab between two of the most creative boutique brands in the game. (AsherGolf.com)
Georgia on my mind. A modern twist on classic headcovers and a carry bag with dancing icons. (StitchGolf.com)
A refined look that you can keep in play year-round. The wool herringbone is perfect for an autumn Masters. (StymieGolfSupply.com)
Adidas Crossknit DPR Low Am
A tip of the cap to the tradition of the game’s best amateurs teeing it up at the Masters. Inspired by the Crow’s Nest, which houses the amateur participants, the green sockliner pays homage to the carpet and the specialty tab on the tongue represents the windows found in the famous quarters.
Game changer. No shoe has created more buzz on the tree-lined fairways of Augusta than the ECCO Golf Street. The hybrid movement was sparked by Fred Couples, who famously debuted the original Golf Street while making a charge up the leaderboard at the 2010 Masters. The concept changed the thinking around golf shoe design and is widely regarded as having reshaped the golf footwear industry. Now, ECCO has rebooted the original design with an award-winning E-DTS outsole, a pebbled nappa leather upper, and micro-perforated lining. (ECCOUSA.com)
Styled in grooved corduroy, “Lucky” and “Good” on the translucent outsoles is a reminder of the ups and downs faced throughout a round at a major. (Nike.com)
A juxtaposition of styles as old-school kilties top new-school takes on the Air Max 97, Roshe, and Air Zoom Victory Tour. Also part of the pack is the Air Zoom Infinity Tour. All are finished with “Rather Lucky” and “Than Good” on the outsoles. (Nike.com)
As beautiful as the scenery in Amen Corner. Royal Albartross is giving away this one-of-a-kind pair of Saxon shoes. Inspired by the vibrant azaleas, incredible colors, and overall beauty of Augusta, this hand-painted design showcases the imagery synonymous with the course. Enter for a chance to win them here: www.us.albartross.com/pages/major-giveaway
TRUE Linkswear redefined how golf shoes should look and feel. The True OG Feel brings back that original vibe in an updated package. The water-repellent knit upper feeds into the current sneaker trends and the leather saddle provides an elevated look. This limited-edition white and green colorway is going fast.
Say hello to the Galvin “Green” GORE-TEX Jacket inspired by this year’s final major. This Paclite jacket is the closest I will come to slipping on the green jacket. It is completely waterproof, highly breathable, ultra-lightweight, and features a special GG patch logo on the left chest as its marquee feature. (GalvinGreen.com)
Serious retro vibes here. Vintage wash and as buttery soft as a high fade into the 18th green. (NationGolfCo.com)
A lack of patrons means all of us will be catching the tournament while couch surfing this year. We might as well do it in comfort and SwingJuice’s tees are as soft as you will find. Grab one for every day. We hear they look great on Zoom calls, too. (SwingJuice.com)
Straight fire! Asher has been killing it this year with a series of limited-edition drops and this Augusta Collection Box may be the best yet. Whether it is the simple white and green caddy suit colorway, the bold azalea pink print, or the tonal green floral pattern, each glove in the box captures the essence of Augusta National. (AsherGolf.com)
A stylish way to get a grip on your Masters’ weekend round or even a cold one. Azaleas on the Velcro tab and an understated green and yellow print on the thumb provide serious Augusta feels. (AidenRossGolf.com)
Fore, please! Now, driving…You’ll likely never tee it up at Augusta, but you can at least have the most stylish tees in your group with these Masters-inspired pegs. (BergTees.com)
Get your game straightened out. Bubba Whips puts a vintage, refined twist on the alignment stick. These green and yellow sticks are crafted from genuine hickory rods, hand-painted, weather-sealed, and finished with silver nail caps on each end. (BubbaWhips.com)
Word is that the white Augusta caddie suits aren’t that comfortable, but they are iconic. The good news is that you don’t have to wear one. Just mark your ball with this hand-stamped, copper number. (JohnstonGrayDesigns.com)
No patrons this year so we won’t see many of those coveted green Masters lawn chairs. You can throw one on your water bottle and channel the roars of Amen Corner the next time you sink a birdie putt. (McEwanGolf.com)
YESSIR! The most iconic image in Masters history captured on a top-shelf, hand-forged bronze ball mark. Of course, you are required to walk in putts and raise your putter in the sky when using this on the greens. (SeamusGolf.com)