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Ian Poulter IJP Design
September 2011

The ethos behind IJP Design and the IJP logo is to create high quality, unique, funky and distinctive apparel that fuses functionality with fashion, letting you reflect your own personality and style. The name of Ian James Poulter has become as widely known across the world as much for his fashion sense as for his stunning golf skills.

The famous Poulter tartan bootleg trousers and now shorts are the pillars of each collection that the range is then designed around. Remember..... Look Good, Feel Good, Play Good.






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