Quagmire ColorFusion Apparel

| August 26, 2011 | 2 Comments

Quagmire ColorFusion Hackel Mens ShirtLet’s face it, there are so many golf clothing companies out there that it can be hard to choose. Not only that, but most golf clothing is pretty boring and bland. One can only take so much of the same old collared white polo shirts, khaki shorts and white saddle golf shoes. Thankfully there are a few companies out there that dare to break the mold of what a golfer should look like. When it comes to looking good and having fun on the golf course, companies like Loudmouth Golf and Kikkor Golf are redefining golf fashion. Jumping into the fray is a Canadian company called Quagmire Golf. Quagmire founders Geoff Tait and Bobby Pasternak had an idea when they were working as tour guides, taking young teens through the U.S. to top PGA courses. Instead of wearing name-brand clothing to hit the links, they wore their favorite surf & skate clothes because they felt more comfortable in those. From this, they began to create a line of clothes that are edgy and fun, yet respectful of the traditional game.


As a high school student, I remember wearing a cool color-changing t-shirt called Hypercolor. Quagmire has now adopted that same color-changing technology to golf with the new ColorFusion line. These crazy fabrics and screen prints will either change color in the heat or sunlight, depending on which styles you choose. A common misconception is that your armpits will be the only thing that changes, but that’s not the case. The whole shirt will change, and as the company states – if you are worried about that and you can’t handle the “heat”,  you’re not cool enough to be wearing Quag anyway! Seriously though, these shirts are very cool.

Quagmire ColorFusion Kids TeeIf you want to get technical, the ColorFusion shirts that change with heat will begin changing at 68 degrees Fahrenheit (20 degrees Celsius for our friends in Canada) and the screen prints change from UV rays so they work best on bright, sunny days. The product is meant to last, so you can wash and dry these shirts just as you would all of your others and they won’t fade or wear out. The “Hackel” ColorFusion polo retails for $69 CAD online at the Quagmire store. If you are looking for a shirt that is comfortable to wear and sticks out in the crowd, these may be perfect! Check out the video below for a quick demonstration of the ColorFusion technology.


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  1. Steve says:

    “as the company states – if you are worried about that and you can’t handle the “heat”, you’re not cool enough to be wearing Quag anyway!”

    Now I know I’m getting old! Cool shirts but I think I will leave them to my boys.

  2. Marietta says:

    do you have adult t-shirt in colorfusion that can be silk screened

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