The first thing you might have said to yourself when you saw Scott Hend leading the BMW PGA Championship was, 'Wow, that's quite a shirt he's wearing.'
And with good reason. The blue-and-white camo patterned shirt is unique and draws a lot of attention. Naturally, you probably wondered who makes the shirt. It's a company called Fenix. The FX Camo shirt is part of their 2016 line, and it comes not only in blue-and-white, but also yellow-red-black, gray-black, white-gray, purple-black, red-black and gray-blue-white colorways.
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Fenix, based in Thailand, also has an official licensing agreement with the Asian Tour, on which the Aussie Hend normally plays.
Unfortunately, Americans and Europeans cannot buy the apparel. Fenix doesn't yet sell to those countries.
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