Shibui Golf, a new Australian golf company have launched with a range of new golf shirts and we’ve been wearing them. Here is our review.
Shibui Golf are an Australian golf apparel company that have recently launched with four stylish golf shirts. We got to try out the Ellerston – a white golf shirt with dark blue (or is it charcoal?) collar and stripes and the pink Hector Horino shirt. The Waterville and Kawana golf shirts are also available from the new range.
It was clear we were going to like these Shibui Golf shirts as soon as they came out of the packet.
They have a great look to them with a modern, slim fit and they feel especially good against the skin. Made of 90% polyester and 10% spandex the Shibui Golf shirts have a very smooth, stretchy feel and are without doubt one of the most comfortable golf shirts we have ever worn.
We had some light rain on the golf course and somehow we stayed very dry without an umbrella or rain jacket with the shirts repelling most the the rain drops.
And the best thing about them, they’re wrinkle-free. You can stuff these shirts into the cupboard or down the end of the golf bag and you can slip them straight on without a crease in them.
These Shibui Golf shirts are fantastic and now our first-choice shirts for golf. We’re always pleased to see new Australian golf companies launch new products and find their feet. But we’re especially pleased when it’s a great product and good enough to recommend to golfers all around the world.
Shibui Golf shirts are retailing for $64.95 and you can grab them via the Shibui Golf website.
The Ellerston and Hector Horino Shibui Golf shirts were provided to Aussie Golfer for review courtesy of Shibui Golf. They we reviewed according to our policies for product reviews outlined here.