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post #55 of 135
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Originally Posted by VOX View Post

This has been a good month for the white belt crowd. Not only can they wear them on the course but they can now serve openly in the military. "Not that there is anything wrong with that."



lol I will laugh at that.

post #56 of 135

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post #57 of 135
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Heading to SC in a week how many white belted players will there be? HA HA JK its winter isn't that a no no ha ha ha. Sorry just excited to be leaving this miserable state of NY for a week. Even if it is only to 50 degree weather.

post #58 of 135

Wife picked up mine from IZOD earlier today. Well, it's being mailed to me since they didn't have my belt size, but still.

post #59 of 135

I wear white belts because they're cool!

post #60 of 135

I kind of like the white, Nike belts actually. I got one for Christmas that I'm waiting to wear until I can get some nice khaki golf pants to go with it. Here's a hyperlink to a picture of it.

post #61 of 135

White belts are okay, better than white sunglasses! 

post #62 of 135

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Originally Posted by Brendon View Post

I kind of like the white, Nike belts actually. I got one for Christmas that I'm waiting to wear until I can get some nice khaki golf pants to go with it. Here's a hyperlink to a picture of it.


Ha I actually got the same belt, great buckle...unfortunately the white looks a little more cream than white these days. Might pick up one of the Adidas interchangable belts so I can throw whatever buckle I please for that day.

post #63 of 135

Wow I must be the only big guy on here haha.  I used to play college football and I was an OT so Im a bigger guy.  I wear 40 or 42 shorts depending on the brand. I rock a white belt every time out.  I also do not agree with the belt and shoes matching either.  They dont HAVE to match.  I see it as you need to match either your shoes or hat with the belt.  My most frequented outfit is black Nike shoes, black Under Armour golf shots, white Puma belt, black with white accents Adidas Audi Polo shirt and a white TaylorMade hat.

post #64 of 135
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Todd interesting combo you go with. Any reason for so many different brands? Hopefully all the logos are not that visible otherwise you would look like a Sports Authority. Personally I could care less if there are some cross brands, lets face it I am not endorsed but that seems like a lot.

post #65 of 135

Think back on all your rounds of golf...

 

 

now remember just ONE time what a player dressed fairly normal was wearing that didn't mention it.

 

 

I dare you.

post #66 of 135
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Originally Posted by CassinoNorth View Post

Think back on all your rounds of golf...

 

 

now remember just ONE time what a player dressed fairly normal was wearing that didn't mention it.

 

 

I dare you.

 

Do you mean would we have noticed or known what brand they were wearing, if they hadn't mentioned it?

 

One time. A buddy had on a Mizuno hat that didn't look as gay as the ones Golf Town carries. He said he'd picked up while on vacation.

 

post #67 of 135
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Originally Posted by sean_miller View Post



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Originally Posted by CassinoNorth View Post

Think back on all your rounds of golf...

 

 

now remember just ONE time what a player dressed fairly normal was wearing that didn't mention it.

 

 

I dare you.

 

Do you mean would we have noticed or known what brand they were wearing, if they hadn't mentioned it?

 

One time. A buddy had on a Mizuno hat that didn't look as gay as the ones Golf Town carries. He said he'd picked up while on vacation.

 


No I meant as in if they mentioned it you're much more prone to remember it.

 

 

I doubt many people can...so who cares if you wear white belts or not.

post #68 of 135
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Originally Posted by jmanbooyaa View Post

Todd interesting combo you go with. Any reason for so many different brands? Hopefully all the logos are not that visible otherwise you would look like a Sports Authority. Personally I could care less if there are some cross brands, lets face it I am not endorsed but that seems like a lot.



The UA shorts are all black with black logos so unless you are holding them looking for them you cant see it.  The Adidas Audi shirt is my fav since Adidas is partnered with Taylormade and thats my club brand of choice (outside my putter and bag) and I work for Audi, drive an Audi and they are my favorite car brand.  The TM hat goes with the club choice.  Its not as noticeable as you think.


Edited by toddmlazarchick - 1/4/11 at 12:36pm
post #69 of 135

VERY nice !  I often wear Tommy Hilfiger clothing.  Maybe I should look into thise JL stuff too !

I do like the white Adidas and Mizuno belts (which I don't own .. yet), but there is no denying this JL belt is much nicer !
 

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Originally Posted by wrx_junki View Post

Have a white J Lindeberg belt that I wear with my JL pants and Nike shorts. Think it looks fairly good without overdoing it. I'm a pants size 30-32 and I think if you are over 34, you shouldn't really be wearing a white belt.

 

J Lindeberg Slater 40 Belt

 

J Lindeberg Golf Pants

 

Nike Dri-Fit Mens Check Shorts

 

post #70 of 135
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Originally Posted by NM Golf View Post

White belts are okay, better than white sunglasses! 



HAHAHA I used to wear a pair of Gucci white sunglasses when Im out playing but switched it up to a pair of black Oakley's.  Want to know what's worse then white sunglasses?  Its a ginger in while sunglasses.  One of my best friends I golf with is a ginger and as the same pair of Oakley's that I have but in white.  It kinda hurts my eyes looking at him in certain lighting haha.

post #71 of 135

I wouldn't mind a white belt, but would prefer an HT buckle over JL......

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the younger crowd, just google Herb Tarlek.

post #72 of 135
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Originally Posted by moparman426 View Post

I wouldn't mind a white belt, but would prefer an HT buckle over JL......

 

For the younger crowd, just google Herb Tarlek.



Then Google "Duel in the Sun". Tell me who's "outfit" seems to do a better job of standing the test of time. There probably won't be 100% consensus on that either.

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