Treat Dad to one of these comfy, lightweight polos he’ll want to wear every day

These lightweight polos make the perfect gift for Dad.


Life is too short to wear uncomfortable clothes, especially on the course. In order to fit the bill for Dad, polos should be lightweight, breathable and have a luxe feel.

That’s why we’re loving the selection of polos below, all of which tick those boxes.

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And if you’re looking for even more features, check out Forme. In addition to feeling great on the body, it’s also good for the body, featuring patented, posture-correcting technology that improves alignment, reduces round back and eliminates back pain and neck stiffness from golf, travel, sleep, work and sports. 

And the selections from both Miura and Nicklaus need no introduction: quality garments that have proven to stand the test of time.

So this Father’s Day, treat Dad to a polo he’ll want to wear every day. Shop our favorites below, and click the link to add to cart.

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Forme Ace Polo

The dual-layer polo is embedded with patented technology which offers biomechanical advantages such as keeping your shoulders back for a more consistent golf swing.

Miura Polo

The Black Quail Wharton Polos are made with premium piqué mesh fabric that is incredibly lightweight and breathable. The Wharton Polo features a luxurious feel and texture and is made with built-in collar stays.

Jack Nicklaus Signature Polos

The Jack Nicklaus signature polo collection is as timeless as the Golden Bear himself. Available in five stylish colors, there’s a fit for every golfer.

Nicklaus Heather Fine Stripe Long-Sleeve Polo

A lightweight performance long-sleeve polo. The fabric is breathable and flexible to allow you to play your best golf game. Editor

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