Puma Golf: Tracks & Daybreak Collections

Last year, Puma Golf planned to take us on a journey through its Game That Travels Collection. The series of eight capsule collections took inspiration from some of the most popular stops on the PGA Tour. Each ensemble was a destination brought to life with intricate details and patterns capturing the feel of the host site. We liked the concept and the fresh gear in the various capsule so much, we awarded Puma and the Game That Travels Collection a GolfThreads Style Award at the PGA Show.

Then…a global pandemic hit, disrupting the golf calendar and apparel and footwear releases.

Not to be deterred, Puma is back with a similar concept for 2021 called Tracks, which possesses an ‘80s arcade/Golden Tee vibe. Once again, a series of eight capsule collections will be released in conjunction with the Tour’s arrival at iconic tracks.

Look for Bryson DeChambeau to debut the Daybreak Collection, the first in the series, this week at the Tournament of Champions at Kapalua. The reigning U.S. Open Champ will be outfitted in an assortment of apparel, footwear, and accessories inspired by the picturesque Hawaiian sunrises and sunsets. The collection delivers fun pops of color and more laid-back island vibes than a mai tai on a warm, sandy beach.

The star of the capsule is the Hana Polo, which features the silhouette of a palm tree against a vibrant pixelated chest stripe that ties back to the arcade theme. A new fabric for Puma in 2021 is a circular knit called MATTR (Materials, Technology & Research). The Leucadia Polo with a mini palm tree print is constructed from this new performance fabric. Also included in the collection are the eye-catching PWRADAPT CAGED Palms shoes with sunset hues, tropical ‘P’ caps, and a new PUMA x Vessel Collab Stand Bag.

Stay tuned! The next capsule will drop in just a few weeks for the Waste Management Phoenix Open.


  1. The pink band across the chest shows well and pairing it with navy highlights it while complementing it. I like it.

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