Loudmouth's color explosions turn heads wherever you go
Golf fashions are going mainstream with eye-popping color along with bold, brash designs. Take Loudmouth fashions. Ever since founder Woody “Woody” Woodworth sewed up one wild pair of pants in his garage 10 years ago, this audacious young company has continued to gain traction.
When they launched at the PGA Merchandise Show in 2007, according to Larry Jackson, CEO, “We were just three dudes and a stool. Didn’t sell much.” The crazy dots and argyle patterns were just too out there, except for the likes of John Daly and Lorena’s looper, David Brooker. No more.
Loudmouth could now be considered a trendsetter, as more and more golfers want to put some fun into their game wearing paintball-splashed pants and jackets, pink flamingo-patterned capris and South Beach orange and turquoise art deco skorts.
Wear Disco Balls Black pants, and you’ll look like the App game “Bouncing Balls” gone wild. Show up in Drop Cloth and your pals will think you’re in bed with Jackson Pollock. Or to make a heart-felt patriotic statement (especially great look around Memorial Day), pull on a pair of the red, white and blue stars and stripes pants.
Loudmouth has expanded its merry amalgam of explosive energy to swimwear, hoodies, sunglasses, hats, belts, gloves, shoes, and even watches and golf bags. And to make the look just about perfect, Loudmouth has also added some solid vivid-colored belts and polos to their lineup.
And we should mention a little fact that sometimes gets lost when talking about the outrageous facets of Loudmouth: everything is really well made. Even the ladies pants have deep, sensible pockets so your tees and golf balls don’t fall out every time you slide into your cart.
Swap your khakis with Loudmouth and they’ll know you’ve coming. And they’ll smile. Hey, they may even point. For more, see us.loudmouthgolf.com.
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