Duca del Cosma adds matching gloves to its 2021 golf shoe range

Press Release  

Italian golf fashion brand Duca del Cosma is introducing a new collection of super-soft, stylish gloves designed to pair up with a selection of the most popular models in its 2021 range of premium golf shoes.

Aimed at both men and women golfers, the gloves are colour-coordinated with the most popular shoe models to offer the perfect match out on the golf course. They come in both right and left handed versions in Small, Medium & Large sizes, plus M/L and XL for men.

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Striking shoe and glove pairings include the TOMCAT in Navy and the ELITE PRO glove in White/Blue; the KUBA 2.0 in Italian colours with the HYBRID PRO glove in White/Green/Red; the MARQUESSA in Animal print/Gold and the PRO STYLE glove in Giraffe; plus the QUEENS CUP shoe in Pink with the DESIGNER PRO glove in White/Pink.

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“The Duca del Cosma brand is all about looking fashionable on the golf course and we can now offer gloves paired with our latest leather shoes that also come with contrasting laces to wear with different outfits,” said Keith Dicker, Sales Manager in Europe. “Like our premium shoes, the production quality of the gloves is simply outstanding and they are sure to capture the attention of golfers when they visit their club pro shop or see them out on the golf course,” he added.

There are two glove options in both the Men’s and Women’s collection. The Men’s ELITE PRO glove is all leather in White, White/Blue & White/Tan, while the HYBRID PRO is a synthetic/leather hybrid in the colours of the Italian flag and White/Blue/Red.

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The Women’s collection consists of two synthetic/leather hybrid models - the PRO STYLE glove in Zebra and Giraffe patterns and the DESIGNER PRO in White/Pink, White/Blue & White/Grey. Each size comes in packs of six gloves

Full details of the Duca del Cosma SS21 shoe and glove range can be found at:

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