Golf News for Friday, August 16, 2013 | Products

Cross Golf announces plans to show at PGA Fall Expo in Las Vegas

SOUTHAMPTON, N.Y. -- Cross Golf - the popular apparel line of versatile, Swedish-inspired performance wear for men and women - will preview its 2014 collection at booth 407 during the 2013 PGA Fall Expo, August 19-21 in Las Vegas.

Highlighting Cross Golf's new line-up is the Edge jacket, crafted from ultra-thin, 100-percent waterproof FTX Stretch fabrication which guards against weather elements while managing moisture and delivering an exceptional range of motion. In addition to outerwear, the new collection includes a wide range of fashion-forward tops, bottoms and accessories blending technical performance, superior functionality and sensational style.

"We are very excited to unveil the evolution of Cross Golf at the PGA Fall Expo," says Diana McCarty, President of Cross Golf USA. "It's the perfect opportunity to show green-grass and golf-specialty partners that the 2014 line will be a standout seller at their shops."

Embodying Swedish design, Cross Golf's aesthetic offers a bold, fun color palette in athletic fits that are well suited for the golf course and everyday life. The brand's 2014 line retails from $25 for accessories to $349 for outerwear.

Cross Golf apparel is worn by nine-time PGA Tour winner Stuart Appleby and several LPGA players.

Cross Golf is managed in the U.S. by Bramare Brands, a leading distributor of high-end European golf apparel that includes Italian luxury golf and sportswear label Chervò.

For more information:, 631-377-3596.

About Cross Golf
Born in Sweden in 1986 from the ski industry, Cross boasts a rich Scandinavian heritage of creating garments that look great and hold up to the most challenging weather conditions. Constantly liaising with leading fabric suppliers, Cross Golf creates chic, fashionable designs that are highly functional and bear the brand's hallmark performance characteristics.

Apart from being the undisputed market leader in Scandinavia, Cross exports golf wear to about 20 countries spanning Europe, North America, Pacific and Asia.

David Griffith
Buffalo Communications