Greyson Favorites: Must Have Pieces for Spring ’19
It’s no secret that Greyson Clothiers has quickly vaulted to the top of my preferred golf brands. If you’re a regular around here, you’ve likely read about my initial introduction to the brand a few years back and most certainly have been following my adventures with the Greyson Wolfstream this Spring.
With each new season’s launch, my affinity for the brand grows as Greyson continue to dust the competition with unique new pieces, fresh designs, and sound technicals. As Greyson thrives in the development of elevated golf apparel, they push into new realms with the build-out of equally as impressive off-course pieces, too. More than just a golf company, Greyson is swiftly becoming a prominent menswear brand with great apparel for life beyond the course.
The Greyson Clothiers Spring 2019 line may be it’s most interesting yet. Wether your style shouts traditionalist or leans a bit further out the spectrum, trust there’s a Greyson look for you. Designs vary significantly, but the cornerstones of great menswear — quality construction, elevated details, appropriate fabrication — remain present throughout the line.
Here’s a look at a few of my favorite Greyson pieces across the style spectrum.
For the traditionalist: Choctaw Polo ($95)
If stripes and solids are your thing, the Choctaw Polo will be right up your alley. It’s striped body carries a classic vibe, though the addition of a contrast colored collar and matching vent help separate it (read: you) from the sea of other stripes walking about the course. Superior construction in the sleeves / arm holes, and a self-stay collar elevate this striped polo above the others cluttering your closet. Favorite color: Arctic/Maltese
Beat the heat: Cayuse Polo ($90)
There’s no better time of year than the Spring to refresh your basic solids. For a golf shirt to carry you well into summer, reach for the Cayuse Polo. It’s lightweight nylon fabric is inherently cool to the touch and actually works to keep you that way even on the hottest days. Not a fan of polyester? This polo is for you. In addition to it’s cooling properties, it’s very soft, too. Couple that with it’s button-down collar, and you’re sure to be the coolest guy on course. Favorite color: Blush
An iconic look: Icon Polo ($110)
For the classic guy looking to mix up their solids & stripes while still staying true to style, the Icon polo offers an understated print option. A jersey fabrication makes for an ultra-lightweight polo, while the mini wolf heads yield a fun look. Favorite color: Arctic
Add some prints: Wolfpack Polo ($110)
If you’ve yet to give prints a try, the Wolfpack polo’s a great place to start. Greyson’s founder & designer is a master of creativity and delivers yet again with this wolf-inspired polo. A mishmash of complimentary colors from a distance, the Wolfpack polo reveals a medley of wolves prowling about. It’s the perfect mix of fun and elegance for the course, or even under a blazer. Favorite color: Swallow
You are what you wear: G.O.A.T. Polo ($110)
An instant classic, the G.O.A.T. polo will be a perennial favorite for all believers of the brand. Donning a medley of Greyson “G” and wolf head logos, the satin finish exudes elegance while the woven banded sleeves lend a sporty touch. Favorite color: Shepherd
Your new favorite trousers: Montauk Trouser ($130)
The OG Greyson golf pant, it’s safe to say you won’t find a better fitting bottom than the Montauk Trouser. These gems pair a tailored fit with an Italian, eight-way stretch fabric, resulting in an elevated look and unbelievable comfort. Plus, they’re available in a ton of different colors, making them perfect for the course, the office, date night … you get the idea. Favorite colors: Maltese & Sage
Bold and beautiful: Magic Emporium Trousers ($140)
The beauty of Greyson is their unwavering confidence to create imaginative pieces like the Magic Emporium Trousers. They’re not for everyone, but for the bold, fashion-forward player these artistic, mural printed trousers simply can’t be beat. Pair them with a solid top, and let them shine.
Dare to be different: Montauk Joggers ($145)
A favorite amongst the Greyson Athletes (think the likes of Morgan Hoffman), the Montauk Joggers are a modern, sporty option that look especially great paired with a set of athletically inspired golf shoes. Be a little different and let the ankles breathe with these ultra comfortable bottoms, that wear just as well off the course. Favorite color: Stingray
Twill you look at that: Amagansett ($185)
Greyson’s first foray into a 5-pocket pant comes with the Amagansett Trouser. The cotton-twill blend makes it a perfect cool-weather pant (think crisp days on the course), and chances are you’ll don these just as often off the course, too. Performance trousers are great, but the Amagansett is a must for the modern style-savvy gent. Be sure to pair with a polo that can stand up to the sturdy cotton-twill blend — our recommendation, the Apachee II Polo. Favorite color: Dart & Riverstone
Shorts that perform: Montauk + More ($115 – 125)
The same fit and comfort experienced in the trouser can be found in the Montauk Short, with a stretchy fabric allowing for ultimate mobility. The shorts have just over a 10″ inseam, lending to a length striking just above the knee for most. Stock-up on the solid colors of the Montauk, and be sure to mix in some fun prints. Favorites: Wolf & Palm City
Layering & Outerwear
A greater mid-layer: Sequoia Full Zip ($185)
Your closet’s likely cluttered with 1/4 zip mid layers, which is why the Sequoia is the play for you. This full-zip alternative provides a bit of additional warmth, and it’s a great way to switch up your look from the traditional mid layer for morning rounds. A two-way zipper and adjustable bungee on the bottom hem add to its functionality, and again, it looks great off the course, too. Favorite color: Ghostwolf Bull
Light as a feather: Guide Vneck Sweater ($198)
Where Greyon’s Sebonak Sweater provides the proper weight for colder days, the Guide Vneck Sweater is a lighter-weight piece, ideal for spring. The v-neck design lets the neck breathe, while still offering a bit of warmth from any on-course chill. Favorite color: Heather Grey
Stand your ground: Comanche Hybrid Vest ($195)
I practically live in my Sioux Vest during the colder Fall months, but for Spring it pays to turn to the Comanche Hybrid Vest. It’s as functional as any, pairing a brushed fleece body with plenty of pockets and a handy two-way zipper. Store it in your bag and reach for this vest on cool or windy days.
Fight the elements: Comanche Half Zip Hybrid ($225)
Another upgrade over the traditional mid-layer, the Comanche Hybrid is a fully windproof piece that features the savvy addition of a water resistant top. You’ll still need a proper rain jacket (hello Chenoa) for those nasty days, but the Comanche Half Zip Hybrid is the perfect piece to ward off unexpected, pesky spring showers. Favorite color: Maltese
Beyond the Course
From travel days to yoga mats: Sequoia Jogger ($150)
Whether drawing the dreaded airplane middle seat or settling in behind the wheel for a healthy drive with the Wolfstream, the Sequoia Jogger has been my go-to for comfort this spring. They’re stretchy, comfortable, and work equally as well as a gym piece, too. Favorite color: Spiritchaser Shepard
Lounging around: Bleeker Hoodie ($150)
Movie night with the family, errands around town, and everything in between — the soft, pima cotton of the Bleeker will keep you comfy and cozy during all your daily activities.
It’s ‘da bomb: Arawalk Bomber Jacket ($295)
Though it can certainly be worn on the course, the Arawalk Bomber is ideally suited for non-course activities. Bomber jackets are ever versatile, but I like this lightweight piece as part of a stylish athleisure look. Favorite color: Shepard
Though these are some of my favorites, Greyson has a wide array of styles that are worth a look. If you’re eyeing a specific piece not mentioned and want a little input, just let me know.
And before you gear up and place that big order, be sure to drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org … I may have a little something to sweeten the deal.