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The new Bogey Boys Dalmatian capsule is an ode to joy and optimism

With this latest Bogey Boys collection, you will be the brightest spot on the course.

Fashion houses are presenting their new summer collections, and now, all eyes are on Bogey Boys’ third collection, which continues to push the boundaries between golf, art, and fashion.

The collection is based on black and white colors and spots, and it’s needless to say that a clear inspiration for this capsule was certainly Dalmatians.

This capsule features unisex three-buttoned polo shirts, print t-shirts, snapbacks, socks, and even Dalmatian towels! All of these happy mood designs are definitely emphasized by cotton Polo Shirts with the detailed Bogey Boys logo sewn at the hem. If Macklemore’s goal was to give this collection a more everyday and wearable character- he certainly accomplished it!

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Like all of us, Macklemore’s creative team is terribly tired of quarantine, masks, and ubiquitous golfwear. Hence the desire to spice up the golf apparel by designing a lively, practical wardrobe for fans of the brand for this year’s summer season. It’s simply impossible to single out one or even a couple of pieces in the collection since they all look adorable and exciting.

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This latest Bogey Boys Dalmatian capsule features various apparel pieces, and accessories, all within a price range of $20-$120. Currently, this exclusive collection is available only online, at the one and only official Bogey Boys’ website.

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