Tehama brand keeps golfers feeling, looking cool
Anything associated with Clint Eastwood has to be hip, right?
Mr. Dirty Harry loves golf and it shows in his sportswear clothing line, Tehama, which he co-founded in 1997 with Nancy Haley.
Just in time for Father’s Day, Tehama has announced a new way to stay and look cool on and off the course. Tehama, a Native American word that means “abundance of nature,” continues to find ways to blend unique natural elements to make its shirts seem more comfortable than most.
I’ll try not to overwhelm you with too much technology talk … how Tehama has gone green, how some shirts feature Minerale from minerals originally found in volcanic ash combined with bamboo carbon and how others use recycled polyester, Vitamin C and organic cotton.
Did I mention the Cocona natural technology, part of the Carbon/Tech brand, is derived from coconut shells? Who knew coconut shells could be so easy on the skin?
The bottom line is Tehama shirts are supposedly more odor resistent and offer more UV protection and evaporative ability. I know all this sounds like hog-wash, but I’m not smart enough to make this up (it came in the press release!).
I can vouch for two things about Tehama: the sophisticated look and the soft texture of the moisture-wicking fabric. I’m wearing a new Tehama striped polo shirt right now. Comes off as comfy as a T-shirt but looks as classy as any of the pricey logo shirts from Pinehurst, Kiawah Island and Whistling Straights hanging in my closet.
Even better yet, they seem to be about 10 to 15 percent cheaper than other high-end brands, running from $58 to $68 depending on where you shop. To find that last-minute gift for dad or grandpa, or better yet for yourself, find the nearest retailer selling the brand by visiting Tehamainc.com.
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