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Attention ladies... golf just got graphic
Posted July 31, 2018

Bump & Run Apparel, a women’s golf brand, has a new line of fun graphic tops this summer. Featured on the Golf Channel’s Morning Drive during their launch at the PGA Merchandise Show in 2017, its graphic top collection offers something for every female golfer. Many colors, cheeky sayings, and two flattering styles, Bump & Run has revealed that hipster never gets old. Made with super soft modal, these luxurious tops are perfect for fun tournaments, the driving range, brunch with friends, or wherever your day takes you.

Why fall in love with Bump & Run? Its features and benefits demonstrate that golf apparel really can encompass the modern-day style of women today: versatile, wellmade, timeless, comfortable, low maintenance, and made in Los Angeles. Their brand has become its own fashion trend, saying it’s okay to the be the best-dressed player on, or off, the course.

Dreamed up on a golf course in beautiful Barbados by two friends, Bump & Run Apparel is athleisure apparel for a lifestyle that includes golf. Its two owners took up golf later in life and instantly fell in love with the game. With both women also active in other sports and activities, they realized they needed clothes that would allow them to move from the golf course to school drop-off, meetings, and evening cocktails, all while looking stylish. The company’s mission is to encourage and inspire more women to play more golf. Through its clothing line and lifestyle blog, Bump & Run helps motivate women to embrace the sport and realize the amazing rewards golf has to offer!

Bump & Run’s new graphic top collection is available for purchase at www.bumpandrunapparel.com. All summer long they are running spotlight sales. Sign up for the newsletter to receive sale announcements and for a chance to win a FREE graphic top!

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