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Ian Poulter golf fashion

By Jason Sobel
Archive

Whew. For a few decades there, professional golfers were caught in white-shirt/khaki-pants mode, each often sized big enough to smuggle a few small children inside the ropes, too. Thankfully, form-fitting, colorful clothes are now de rigueur once again, and although Ian Poulter may not have single-handedly spearheaded the movement, he does serve as its most prominent poster boy. Dressing for success, however, shouldn't be limited to the professional levels. The latest product line from Poulter's personal design company offers bold, stylish shirts and brazen, plaid slacks that look and feel great on or off the course, meaning you can leave the ultraboring duds back in the 1990s -- where they belong.

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