This Criquet golf polo pairs a timeless look with modern performance

Criquet Pima Stretch Players polo

The Criquet Pima Stretch Players polo provides everything a golfer needs from a shirt.

Jeffrey Westbrook; Styling: Miako Katoh

While the creation of the polo shirt traces back to the early days of, well, polo, the garment has since become synonymous with tennis and golf. But these days, mostly golf. And when it comes time to plan an outfit, it starts and stops with this piece of apparel.

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Plus, you can tell a lot about a golfer based on the polo they’re wearing.

When you spy someone wearing a Criquet, you know you’re playing with someone who has a timeless sense of style and likely takes their game as seriously as their attire.

The Criquet Pima Stretch Players($94) is perfect for on-course performance or a night out on the town. This old-school design is reminiscent of a polo Arnold Palmer or Lewis Lacey (look it up) might have worn.

There isn’t a cooler compliment you can give a polo than that. An ageless look with modern performance is exactly what golfers want. Criquet delivers.

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Criquet Pima Stretch Players Nelson Stripe

$47
Criquet’s Pima Stretch Players Nelson Stripe polo is created and designed with Pima cotton and stretch. Pima provides a soft touch for exceptional comfort, durability for ample wash and wear, and exceptional fade resistance. The fabric offers stretch so you can move with ease during your day between the links. In addition, the fabric is hyper-resistant to wrinkles so you can spend less time ironing and more time on the course.
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