2019 Presidents Cup uniforms: What Team Internationals is wearing from Lacoste
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2019 Presidents Cup uniforms: What Team Internationals is wearing from Lacoste

The 2019 Presidents Cup will bring out new and fresh looks that helps the two sides, the United States and the Internationals, show off their team -- and in the case of the US, their national -- pride during the four-day biennial matches in Australia.

That means there's some natural intrigue among golf fans as to the outfits and clothes top players on Team Internationals like Louis Oosthuizen, Adam Scott, Cameron Smith and Hideki Matsuyama. Once again, Lacoste is outfitting the International team with gear which is heavily inspired by the Australian flag and its athletic colors, with gold, black and green dominating the looks.

While Lacoste hasn't unveiled all of the looks the Internationals will be wearing at Royal Melbourne, they have shared a trio of shirts. One of the shirts features a solid black look, which the Internationals are wearing on Thursday. Another of the shirts is a solid green polo with trim of black and gold. The third shirt unveiled is a green shirt with some wider black stripes spaced out on the shirt with gold trim.

Of course, Lacoste is also providing pants and sweaters for both teams, too.

Lacoste is the official outfitter of the American and International Presidents Cup teams, and this is the second consecutive Presidents Cup in which the company has been providing the fashions for both sides.

Fans can purchase the looks from both teams at the Lacoste website.

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