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A limited run batch of fun new styles.

L'Amour

Thompson Dress Modern

The Thompson Dress Modern tartan is predominately black, white, grey, and red.  The name Thompson derives from MacTavish.  They started using the Thompson spelling after the Battle of Culloden, in fear... Learn More

Black Stewart

The Stewart Black tartan is predominantly black with blue, green, yellow, and white in the over plaid. Available in Driver, Fairway, and Hybrid head covers.  Also available in Drawstring Pouch and... Learn More

Sloan Square Peat

The Sloan Square Peat tartan is predominately chocolate colored with a tan windowpane over plaid.  Combined with a gold fleece lining, this style is a gorgeous and classic one to... Learn More

Sloan Square Steel

The Sloan Square Steel is predominately steel colored with a charcoal windowpane over plaid.  Combined with a sky blue fleece lining, this style work great with a variety of other... Learn More

Cian

The Cian tartan is predominantly blue with gold, magenta, and blue in the over plaid.  The name Cianachta means "of the Race of Cian."  Pronounced "KEE-an." Available in Driver, Fairway, Hybrid head... Learn More

Black Stewart Tartan Pouches

The Stewart Black tartan is predominantly black with blue, green, yellow, and white in the over plaid.  Available in Drawstring and Zippered versions. The Drawstring Pouch is fleece lined in a complementary... Learn More

Cian Pouches

The Cian tartan is a predominantly blue with gold, magenta, and blue in the over plaid.  The name Cianachta means "of the Race of Cian."  Pronounced "KEE-an."  Available in Drawstring and Zippered... Learn More

Sloan Square Steel Tartan Pouches

The Sloan Square Steel is predominately steel colored with a charcoal windowpane over plaid.  Combined with a sky blue fleece lining, this style work great with a variety of other... Learn More

Thompson Dress Modern Tartan Pouches

The Thompson Dress Modern tartan is predominately black, white, grey, and red.  The name Thompson derives from MacTavish.  They started using the Thompson spelling after the Battle of Culloden, in fear... Learn More