TSB Golf Outting feat. Allen Edmonds

August 22nd, 2013

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Last month our friends at Allen Edmonds hooked us up with some awesome golf shoes, giving us the perfect excuse to travel to Connecticut for the first annual TSB Golf Outing.

Now, I’m not much of a golfer (I spent my off-seasons training not golfing!) but the game’s dress code and traditional style has always fascinated me. Alex is also a beginner, and it was Wes’ first time on a course (which was hilarious, although he got noticeably better after a few holes). Needless to say, Towni was killing us – and probably a little embarrassed to be out there with us hacks.

We’re not golf experts, but we love any excuse to bend a dress code… Here’s our golf style.


1. Gentleman’s Game


When I think golf attire, I immediate think retro plaid pants. These windowpane suit trousers, made from 100% hemp by Ariston, were exactly what  I had in mind.

The white athletic polo is a little roomier than I usually wear – a recommendation from Towni to keep an unrestricted range of motion.


For my choice in golf shoes I went with the leather/mesh Double Eagle with SLV sole.

Why? Because the mesh body makes them very comfortable, flexible, and allows them to breathe very well. Also, since I golf so rarely (although I plan to pick it up, mostly for business purposes) I can also wear these off the course as “chunky wingtips” – they’re great  walking shoes.

I actually wore them with dark jeans around NYC before road-tripping across the country and two people asked me where they could buy them.


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  • Derek Smith

    Visors, I’ve been pondering the idea for awhile. Are they acceptable?

  • Jeremy

    Dan, those pants are perfect. I like the idea of having some comfort in the golf shirt, but with the fabrics available (wicking, dry-fit, etc) you can wear the same close fit and have the range of motion needed for a golf swing. I think I’ll send you guys some photos of my golf looks. Anyway, nice job showing off the shoes. They look great on all of you.

  • Brent Kuz

    Maybe I’m color blind or my iPhone is playing tricks on me but Wes’ shorts do not look Nantucket red more pink. Dan I love the plaid pants killer looks!

  • Chris

    I would tear up the course in those first cuts! I agree that you could do a little better than this though. Looking forward to seeing what you guys come up with.

  • Tom

    Towni EASY

  • Mike Saltz

    Happy to provide some technical dress code and equipment advice… Loving the golf feature boys!

  • cam

    dan, hope all is well with the move…love the pants but what’s the deal with that polo? those sleeves def make you look like most golfers and that’s not a good thing…excited to see all the new features to come!

  • Crane

    Towni look wins. hands down.

  • Chris

    The Redgan shoes are all over awesome. Plus, really like the simplicity of Dan’s green golf bag. Nice work guys.

  • Tim

    using a driver for the very first swing is probably not a good idea

  • Joe

    FYI – for those who like the shoes in Dan’s look, they do make a non-golf (i.e. non-cleated sole) version called the Strawfut. I imagine that’s true of all or most of their golf shoes. Just thought I’d throw that out there.

    • http://tsbmen.com Dan Trepanier

      Thx Joe. All of the soles in this post are non-cleated (SLV). Check them out via the links to allenedmonds.com.

  • jack

    hahah you guys are ridiculous… keep at it!

  • Rob

    Towni lookin like a BOSS!

    • http://tsbmen.com Dan Trepanier

      Hitting like one too.

  • Daniel Moretz

    Will there be another MAB by TSBmen line this year?

    • http://tsbmen.com Dan Trepanier

      Not likely, but I’ve been working behind-the-scenes on my namesake clothing line… Probably won’t be ready for a few seasons though…


      • Daniel Moretz

        Looking forward to seeing what you come up with. Your collaboration with Rich in Clothing was spot on. Keep up the great work.


  • Calvin

    Towni is spot in with the uniqlo polo. They actually sponsor a pro golfer. Their shirts are so thin, cool, and comfortable.