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How to Recover in Style

Mon Nov 4, 2013 by Cliff DeNicolo

Let’s face it - training can be tough both physically and mentally when you’re going hard. Your down time, on the other hand, should be just the opposite – a time when your mind and body should relax, reboot, repair and recover. The new heavyweight Lima Collection was designed for just these times.

In terms of comfort and quality – we held nothing back, using only the finest 100% Peruvian Pima cotton we could find.  The result is a fabric that is so soft and so inviting that it almost forces you to sit back and enjoy the time off.

But great garments are more than the result of just great designs and raw materials.  It takes a commitment and a sense of pride from every set of hands that touches the product along the way. In Peru, this commitment is beyond personal. It borders on cultural.  Check out the video above that shows the inspiration and passion that went into the new Lima Collection.

 


  • Anonymous User

    Sorry, I just can't justify $96 for a pair of shorts.

  • Anonymous User

    To all who want to know what the garments look like and how much they cost, try hitting the "Shop Now" button in the red box to the left of the garment images above...Nice looking apparel, but the prices are targeting a segment of the buying public that even if I was a part of, not sure I would spend the money...$85 for workout pants?? Great quality but I'll pass at these prices..

  • Anonymous User

    I would prefer just good old Titleist branded clothes.

  • Anonymous User

    Lets face it.. Without the Titleist logo on it, it might as well be from Target..

  • Anonymous User

    Quality of Recover is not worth price UA is better quality with out the logo and price..

  • Anonymous User

    Not exactly a made in the USA commercial.

  • Anonymous User

    Great buying Bryce... Thanks Eric

  • Anonymous User

    Here is a link to the product line. I am a huge Titleist fan but think the Recover clothing line is a little steep. http://www.mytpi.com/shop/products/apparel

  • Anonymous User

    Superb video but ,now ,where are the products and when/where will they be available for purchase and at what price???

  • Anonymous User

    Nice sweatshop. Hopefully their getting a nice wage for the price your selling these clothes to us consumers.

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