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Loudmouth keeps you swinging in the rain

October 9, 2014

Loudmouth Golf, the leader in bold and bright patterned clothing and accessories, has teamed up with Haas-Jordan to launch a brand new line of colourful umbrellas. 

The Loudmouth Umbrella collection by Haas-Jordan includes fun and functional brollies in an array of striking Loudmouth designs to keep you both dry in the wet and shaded in the sun, with a UV coating to protect from harmful UVA and UVB rays.

With its reputation built on quality tailoring, Loudmouth could not have picked a better partner tha n Haas-Jordan. The company, founded in Ohio, has been responsible for almost every major advance in golf umbrella technology during the past 100 years.

In 1942, for example, with the assistance of golf legend Byron Nelson, it designed and built the first American style golf umbrella, combining large size, dense fabric weave and a double rib frame for added strength.

“Loudmouth likes to keep customers covered whatever the weather,” says Loudmouth Chief Loudmouther , Larry Jackson. ”And our new range of brollies will make any round of golf standout.”

"Loudmouth Golf seems to be all about having fun and not taking yourself too seriously," says Todd Blackmar, President, Hass-Jordan Golf Umbrellas.  "These colourful designs force people to smile through the storm, and not take the weather too seriously either."

To learn more about Loudmouth visit uk.loudmouthgolf.com




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