PXG has today launched its new Apparel Spring 2023 Collection, which GolfMagic got to see first hand last month at PXG’s Media Experience at Scottsdale National.
Celebrating the basics, PXG has reimagined golf essentials with updated silhouettes, new technical fabrics, vibrant neon colors, and contemporary detailing to deliver versatile, performance-driven styles fit for the modern golfer.
Designed to move you and your game ahead, the PXG Spring 2023 Collection is inspired by the golf lifestyle in its purest form, providing both familiarity and comfort within each piece.
PXG’s well-known black, gray, and white color palette is elevated with the introduction of bold neon pink and green accents while traditional golf silhouettes are enhanced with cutting edge performance fabrications and detailing.
PXG Apparel President and Executive Creative Director Renee Parsons said:
With a focus on comfort and performance, this effervescent collection is dynamic with innovative fabrics and designs, such as shadow knitwear with enhanced breathability, perforated performance mesh polos, sporty dress and skirt silhouettes, and three new fabric weights for temperature control.
The “hybrid” fabric provides versatility for daily activities, while “on the course” is designed for peak performance, sun protection, and maximum comfort. The lightest weight, “breathable” option is engineered to keep the wearer cool and able to withstand even the hottest day on the links.
For Spring 2023, the Sonoran Desert’s native Saguaro cacti inspired a light green colorway, along with a new fabric design.
The PXG Sharp Cactus print has been reconceptualized in a bold, geometric new pattern. This distinct design brings an element of dimension and heritage to the collection.
Additionally, new innovative designs such as a 3D interlocked PXG logo and embroidery details, along with vivid pink and green hues infuse energy and adaptability into every style.
Intentionally designed to be worn interchangeably with past seasons, PXG Spring 2023 fits seamlessly within any golfer’s wardrobe.
For more information, please visit the PXG website.