There is no shortage of dope Masters-inspired swag dropping this week. From boutique brands to the major players, the first major of the year seems to get everyone’s creative juices flowing. While pink azaleas are always a focal point of designs, this year, brands are leaning into Augusta’s culinary traditions.
Here are some of our favorites. Drop a comment below and let us know what we missed.
This is the golf-specific sneaker we have been waiting for. The fact that it is topped off with an old-school kiltie is a bonus. Adidas Golf brings a limited edition of the iconic Stan Smith kicks to the course in a distinctive green colorway and a PRIMEGREEN upper made with high-performance recycled materials.
Remember when Jack went back-to-back by winning The Masters in a playoff in 1966? Neither do we, but we heard it was epic! During the tournament, the Golden Bear apparently wore a black glove and unbranded, monogrammed apparel. Asher teamed up with the Nicklaus Brand for this modern-day reboot with vintage vibes. But wait, there’s more. Look for pimento cheese and green jacket gloves dropping soon from Asher.
If you can’t tee it up at Augusta, at least put one of these Masters-inspired pegs in the ground at the local muni.
Devereux wanted to create a capsule to celebrate the tournament while putting its unique spin on it – so the brand focused on the one thing that we can always rely on. The food.
Titled, ‘Peachy,’ the collection pays homage to our favorite traditional and new concessions that could only be served at Augusta National in Georgia. ‘Peachy’ features a cast of characters such as Toasty the pimento cheese who is the OG, but frankly is tired and needs a break from being the go-to snack; Tea’d Up, inspired by that sweet tea, who is serving the ultimate southern hospitality; and Peachy, the newest crew member – but definitely the coolest one around.
Going, going, almost gone. There are a few rope hats and buckets left from this clean and stylish drop that celebrates the first year The Masters was played. The Butler Bucket Hat with a vintage grosgrain ribbon is a tip of the cap to a style Jack made popular back in the day. The Fruitland Fliers Rope Hat pays tribute to the plot of land known as Fruitland Nurseries, which Bobby Jones purchased and developed into Augusta National.
Only 75 pairs of these Tour-only commemorative shoes were created. No need to stand in line or refresh a web page. You just have to get lucky and win a pair.
Galvin Green Insula Darcy Hoodie & Derrick Crewneck
Warm, comfy, and on-trend. The Azalea print intertwined in the Galvin Green logo was actually drawn by hand by the brand’s lead designer.
Greyson Clothiers The Azalea & The Wolf Limited Capsule
The bad news is this capsule sold out in minutes. The good news? A second drop is on the way. Better set the alarm.
Nothing says old-school cool like a pimento cheese rope cap.
The Masters symbolizes the start of a new golf season. Lighten up for the warmer days ahead with this modern trainer-style shoe done in Masters Green (Pantone 342) with a combination of breathable mesh, Italian leather, and luxurious suede. Only two hundred pairs are being made, so get in early.
Stitch hits on all the Masters’ traditions—pimento cheese sandwiches, azaleas, peach ice cream, caddie jumpsuits, picnic tables under green and white umbrellas, and the best amateurs in the world.
Simply the coolest and widest selection of Masters-inspired t-shirts for your couch-surfing comfort.
Paying homage to Augusta and one of the most important rounds of the tournament, the Moving Day Collection features elevated, performance-ready styles. The new stacked four and single formstrip logo was inspired by a retro PUMA lockup. For the stacked logo, four rounds = four formstrips. The third round, Moving Day, stands out with a pop of green.