California Cool: TravisMathew’s Sundial pullover is perfect for a marine-layer morning

TravisMathew has made stylish and versatile SoCal surf-inspired apparel since 2007.

The brand’s laid-back vibe stablished them as an early pioneer in creating clothes that were cool enough to transition seamlessly from on course to on the town—something just about every golf brand now aims to do in the current athleisure-friendly environment.

The Sundial pullover ($125; is a perfect example of the proper execution of such intent.

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TravisMathew Sundial pullover

When vacation isn’t quite as balmy as it should be, it’s acceptable to ask someone to turn up the Sunidal. In the meantime, throw on our lightweight half-zip sweater, made from one of our softest and best-selling fabrics.

The pullover’s raised collar and quarter-zip closure provide a functional, familiar silhouette for a chilly round while the brand’s easy-care “LifeStyle” performance fabric offers stretchy comfort and wrinkle resistance.

To top it all off, the pullover just looks cool. The soft skipper/black colorway (pictured) is a flattering hue and the collection of horizontal lines across the chest give the pullover a trendy look that’s not over the top—a great example of TravisMathew’s mission statement: “Clothes you can actually live in.”

Jessica Marksbury

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