PING Apparel’s SS24 men’s collection

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March 7, 2024
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PING Apparel has introduced its men’s spring/summer 2024 range, with three heritage-inspired capsules amongst four fresh colour stories that lead the way in this comprehensive, performance-driven collection for the new season.

PING Apparel SS24 men
Gold Putter polos

New to this year’s range is the Gold Putter capsule; an iconic tribute to the famous gold putters that sit within the vault located at PING’s HQ in Phoenix, Arizona – a celebration of PING history commemorating every professional victory earned using a PING putter. The pieces within this capsule give a nod to tradition, with a new premium gold logo featuring elegantly on the chest of the new classic polo. The capsule is also made up of a number of prints, colours and accessories all paying homage to the gold putter story.

What’s more, the Arizona Cactus capsule makes its debut, taking inspiration from the home of PING. The palette of soft pinks, blues and pops of orange evoke images of the dusky colours of the Arizona sky – with options of an all-over jacquard pattern, or a cactus-inspired graphic print to the chest for a look that will no doubt catch the eye.

Arizona Cactus polos

Finally, due to its popularity last season, the Mr. PING capsule makes its return, with an evolved, modernised makeover. Expanded with more styles, fresh new colours, prints and a new badge, the new Mr. PING inspired garments provide a clean and classic look for every golfer to look and play their best in.

An exciting development within the range comes from the Mr. PING hoodie – the perfect accompaniment for those chillier summer evenings, or for a casual mid-layer option off course. With the new Mr. PING badge to the chest and PING Eye logo to the back shoulder, golfers can enjoy the style offered by this contemporary garment.

PING Apparel SS24 men
Mr. PING polos

The Vault short helps to complete the collection; engineered for comfort and freedom of movement with SensorCool® technology, the short sports an all over print – featuring both the new Mr. PING woven, shadow effect design, as well as the all over gold putter tribute.

As part of an expanded range, PING has also introduced key garments perfect for summer layering. The Latham is a lightweight mid-layer crafted in SensorCool® fabric technology, designed to keep the golfer comfortable in variable conditions and is available in six colours. The Ashbourne is a wind and water-resistant vest that has an eyelet fleece inner lining for warmth and comfort throughout the spring/summer season and comes in five colour options.

Mr. PING hoodie & Vault short
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