This nostalgic headcover is the perfect late-summer purchase

This nostalgic throwback from Dormie is a summer must-have.

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A headcover can work wonders when it comes to putting you in the right headspace before a round.

Some players like words of affirmation, a cool, stuffed animal or bold colors that give them confidence.

But one headcover we’re particularly loving as we head into the final weeks of summer is this nostalgic childhood throwback from Dormie, which features an all-over leather applique Bomb Pop-type print on a white, quality leather background.

Looking at this headcover takes you back to a simpler time, when a hot range session or round was followed by the ultimate treat: a red, white and blue popsicle shaped like a rocket. Those were the days!

Dormie’s must-have headcover is available in driver, fairway wood and iron sizes. Reclaim a piece of your childhood by clicking the link below to buy now!


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Dormie Space Pop Throwback

A classic frozen treat, loved by all and now available for your Driver, Fairway or Hybrid. Shout out to Jim Robertson for getting this design brought to life! Unique leather applique adds recognizable style Designed to fit most modern, oversized driver club heads Form-fitting design keeps cover securely fixed to your club Water and stain resistant properties for durability Cotton/Poly liner for water wicking/quick dry Constructed of 100% quality leather
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