Obsession of the Week: Kevin Na’s WAAC-ky cardigan

January 22, 2020

Welcome to a new column, Obsession of the Week, where we highlight one thing that caught our eye in golf over the weekend. Whether it’s Tiger’s shoes, Lexi’s headcover or a limited-edition Masters item, we’ll walk you through what it is and where you can get it. This week, we were intrigued by Kevin Na’s devilishly handsome cardigan.

While the desert sunsets were hard to beat this week as the Tour made its way to La Quinta at the American Express, Kevin Na’s devilish WAAC Golf clothing really stood out.

If you’re unfamiliar with WAAC, it’s a high-end South Korean golf and athletic clothing brand who’s mascot is a cute and mischievous devil named Waacky. The company’s name stands for “Win at all costs,” a saying that definitely fits with Na’s competitive spirit on the course.

Na’s on-course style is more understated, but the cardigan he wore during Saturday’s third round really stood out. The navy cashmere knit cardigan with red piping brought a touch of old-school class to the desert. Channeling those nostalgic Arnold Palmer vibes, the sweater stood out among the muted earth tones common in the desert this week.

The best part is that Na’s sweater is multifunctional — it could easily go from the course to the office.

But if you want to purchase Na’s sweater, you better be prepared to pay up. It retails for 390,000 South Korean won, or approximately $335.

While Na’s sweater is our new obsession, WAAC offers a wide selection of men’s and women’s golfwear. Their clothing mixes traditional style with modern pieces to help you bring a unique look to the course. You can browse WAAC’s entire golf collection here.

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