Temperatures are dropping and with our new Vice Beanie Collection 2019/2020, we´re make sure that all golfers are well equipped on the course and return to the clubhouse with warm ears.
You asked and we listened: Introducing the Vice DAD CREW caps with size adjustable fastener. Made from cotton, they look amazing on or off the golf course and are available in four different colors!
It‘s the nightmare of many travelling golfers: shortly after hitting the runway, the plane arrives at the gate. A swarm of busy airport employees start emptying the cargo bay even before the passengers can exit. Luggage is thrown from one employee to the next, roughly and carelessly, and one item even slips and falls on the tarmac. And that just so happens to be your golf bag.
We had always considered manufacturing a cartbag, the initiation happened when the Vice FORCE carry bag fell off the pull trolley of our CEO who eventually put the carrybag back on the trolley but told himself he would never play golf again in the combination of a carrybag and a trolley. The idea for the Vice PRIDE cartbag was not only born but shortly after executed.
The recent awards in the Golf Digest Hotlist has created a lot of buzz. Especially the 5* rating in innovation and performance underline Vice Golf´s claim: top performance at affordable prices – a status quo update on the 2019 Vice ball models.
The still lifeless spring morning sun sees the founder of Vice Golf standing in a thick jacket in Venice Skate Park. Only when the perfect subject is found, the jacket is discarded, a cool pose is struck, and the shots are in the bag.
In the California desert, which turns out to be bitingly cold in February, Ingo Duellmann and Rainer Stoeckl pose defiantly and self-confidently in front of the gigantic, commanding life-size dinosaurs which leave visitors looking on in awe and respect.
Now that the first frost has arrived and they’re switching over to the winter greens, it’s time we present our new Vice Beanies.
When the VICE GUARD umbrellas were introduced two years ago, many customers were thrilled by the idea of canopies printed with camouflage patterns in the shape of fairways, which we photographed from the air.