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Bunker Mentality brings denim to the fairways

September 4, 2014

Bunker Mentality, one of Europe’s most fashionable golf brands, has finally broken one of golf’s last taboos and introduced Denim to the fairways!



But before the old guard get their chinos in a twist, this teasing of tradition is in the form of a Limited Edition Selvedge Denim Putter Cover produced in conjunction with California based head cover specialists Rose & Fire. Emblazoned with the brand’s Bad Mutha Putta slogan, this unique piece of Modern British Design might turn a few heads on the course but it perfectly demonstrates Bunker Mentality’s dedication to quality, style, humour and most of all the game of golf.

Practical features such as a riveted coin pocket, from which the signature ‘Bunker’ logo appears, belt loop on the toe for easy removal along with a certified military grade Velcro closure and soft inner liner, make this more than just a great looking accessory.



As with all ‘Bunker’ items, these head covers display the highest quality in design and production and with just 50 chances to show the world you’re a Bad Mutha Putta they are a real collector’s item!

SRP: £39.95

www.bunker-mentality.com






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