adidas Golf Reveals Athlete Scripting For U.S. Open
adidas is making sure its major champions are ‘Geared For More’ heading into the U.S. Open.
The reigning U.S. Open Champion and world no. 1 will be making a bold statement while paying homage to his American roots as he looks to defend his title. Inspired by adidas Golf’s design for Rio, Dustin Johnson will be wearing the climacool 2D camo stripe polo, 3-Stripes mapped polo, and climacool performance polo – all featuring lightweight, high-stretch fabric that provides cooling comfort and optimal mobility. He’ll pair his polos with the ultimate 365 3-Stripes pant that offers moisture-wicking stretch fabric that helps increase range of motion to keep DJ dialed-in to hit it long off the tee. His look will be finished off with his favorite shoe, the Tour360 BOOST.
This year’s Masters Champion will continue his tradition of strong and bold coloring - to match his signature style of play - as he looks for his second major of the year and his career. Sergio will sport the climachill™ 2D camo print and climacool engineered block polo that feature breathability and ventilation to keep the major champion cool on the course. Paired with the ultimate 365 3-Stripes pant that touts a stretch waistband for mobility and comfort with the silicone adidas gripper that keeps shirts tucked in, he’ll also have pops of red and blue in the belt - a subtle nod to the nation hosting the event. He’ll once again look to the shoes that helped him win his first major, the Powerband BOA® BOOST.
© adidas, the Badge of Sport, and the 3-Stripes mark are registered trademarks of the adidas Group. adidas Golf tour professionals wear a variety of adidas Golf footwear and apparel. The U.S. Open is a trademark of the USGA, which does not endorse adidas Golf or its products.
Download PDFDownload PDF
About adidas Golf
About the adidas Group
adidas is a global leader in the sporting goods industry with the core brands adidas and Reebok. Headquartered in Herzogenaurach/Germany, the Group employs more than 60,000 people across the globe and generated sales of € 19 billion in 2016.