REVIEW: Linksoul Drytech cotton blend golf shirt
Equipment Fashion

REVIEW: Linksoul Drytech cotton blend golf shirt

Sometimes, you just want to wear cotton. It's comfortable; it lays well and it's something you can easily wear on and off the course without it looking after the round like you had just played golf.

However, wearing a fully cotton shirt isn't an option to play golf comfortably. That shirt has to breath, wick away some moisture and keep a golfer feeling comfy. And that's what makes Linksoul a great brand for a lot of golfers. Founded by John Ashworth, Linksoul offers classic looks and styling infused with modern design and technology. That philosophy comes through in the company's Drytech cotton blend golf shirt.

This particular shirt is a blend, with half of it being made from cotton and the other half being made of up of polyester (45 percent) and spandex (5 percent). It's lightweight without feeling flimsy. It's comfortable without feeling outdated.

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The shirt plays well on the golf course, doing a good job of wicking away moisture from your body, even in decent heat. The blend stretches plenty for a golfer to move throughout the swing without feeling like they're losing something in wearing cotton.

The three-button placket looks sharp and stands out in the heathered material. The collar isn't structured, so it creates a more casual look, which is really part of the Linksoul mantra.

What I also like is the fit, which is a little bit looser compared to the tailored fits we see on a lot of modern golf shirts. Sometimes, you just want a little extra room to breath, and you get that with this shirt.

The Drytech golf shirt comes in 12 different styles and is available now for $70 per shirt.

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