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Royal Albartross launch accessories - and a shoe that goes the extra mile...
January 19, 2012

Luxury golf shoe manufacturer Royal Albartross has launched a range of accessories to complement its footwear. The company prides itself on the comfort and style of its shoes and has extended that ethos to cater for golfers’ hands and personal belongings with new gloves and golfers’ attachés.

Royal Albartross Golf gloves

The high-performance, cabretta leather golf gloves come in a range of shades including Honest John Green, Riskio Orange, Memphis Black and Ice White. As well as offering a style to complement any attire they provide a soft, comfortable feel with an extraordinary grip in all weather conditions.

Royal Albartross AttacheAs well as protecting hands, Royal Albartross can now take care of wallets, mobile phones and anything else you can’t hold while playing golf.

In addition to their stylish appearance, the beautiful, soft, genuine leather Albartross attachés (pictured right) fit snugly into a golf bag and will prevent the perennial problems of lost car keys or a tee scratching your phone screen.

Royal Albartross set out to create the most luxurious golf shoe ever made and achieves this goal through a marriage of classic and contemporary European design and leathers with Italian craftsmanship and American cleat technology.

This unique combination has created a shoe of international design status with out-of-this-world comfort and fit.

Royal Albartross Ball MarkerThe brand offers men’s and women’s ranges with six styles in each, all of which showcase Royal Albartross’ love of impressive design touches and intricate detailing, such as a subtly branded stainless steel ball marker (right) and polished lace tips.

In addition, a limited range of Mooka shoes was launched, with just 20 pairs created, retailing at £1,000 per pair – including a £200 charitable donation to buy shoes for schoolchildren in South Africa who would otherwise have to go barefoot – making them the world’s most exclusive golf shoes.

The Royal Albartross Mooka iNjabulo shoe
The Royal Albartross Mooka iNjabulo shoe - just 20 pairs in the world - cost: £1000 (charitable donation included). Shame to get them muddy really...

Every Royal Albartross golf shoe is crafted using traditional hand tools and carefully preserved techniques and requires more than 250 tasks including stitching the leather, moulding and compressing the upper on to the last and attaching the cleated sole. With the finest Italian materials, exquisite finishing and the technical expertise to update classic golf shoes, Royal Albartross has created the perfect line to appeal to the discerning golfer.

The Royal Albartross Black Jack Nero shoe
The Royal Albartross Black Jack Nero shoe - a snip at a mere £355!

Royal Albartross shoes can be purchased through www.albartross.com, or at a number of premier stockists worldwide, including The Wentworth Club, Surrey, England; The Club, Carmel, USA; Golf Centre-Mexico; and The Dutch Golf Club and Goyer Golf & Country Club, the Netherlands, as well as Trendy Golf in both the UK and USA.






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