Original Penguin are re-entering the golf apparel market, and they’ve joined up with Sugerloaf Social Club to help them tap into a younger generation that may not be aware of their heritage in the sport.
A behemoth in the clothing game, Original Penguin was one of the most respected golf apparel brands in the 1960s-1980s, decking out Jack Nicklaus and Arnold Palmer to name a few. It actually started out making golf shirts, but has since grown into a huge company making clothing, shoes and eyewear.
But their relevance later died out in golf - until spring 2018 that is, when they will launch a new line.
Write this down: at 8pm EST on Monday February 26 we will send out an email with early access to shop our collaboration w/ @originalpenguin consisting of four polos and one jacket - make sure you're on our newsletter list, link in profile. ⠀ ⠀ --⠀ ⠀ Also, if you have any sizing questions please reach out ASAP - long story short, we would recommend sizing up in the shirts but sticking true-to-size in the jackets. ⠀ ⠀ ⠀ #PenguinorPerish
In order to kick-off their new line-up in the most effective way, Original Penguin are also launching a bespoke line with Sugarloaf Social Club, a brand producing progressive, stylish attire you’d be happy to be seen wearing off the golf course…every brand says that, but with their clothing it’s actually true!
Original Penguin is an American brand, owned by Perry Ellis, founded in 1955 with a headquarters in New York.
For updates on Original Penguin’s golf line head to their website.