Capitalizing on the successful launch of the FreeStyle golf shoe, and the natural excitement that accompanies the arrival of the Masters, FootJoy is offering the new lightweight hybrid shoe in a limited-edition Green/Light Grey/Navy color combo. Like the rest of the line, the latest FreeStyle model ($160) is built to maximize comfort, flexibility and traction. The waterproof model has a performance mesh upper the company touts as providing increased durability and breathability. The outsole uses FootJoy’s proprietary grip system, which combines Pulsar cleats and a translucent, rubber bottom to create stability and mobility as your foot rolls through your swing. Besides the shoe’s technical benefits, the FreeStyle has a hip, athletic look. It feels like you’re putting on a sprinter’s shoe, with plenty of horsepower built in. When was the last time you could say that about a golf shoe? —Marty Hackel
Odyssey Masters Headcover
Odyssey is offering a limited-edition putter headcover in both blade and mallet options. The green leather cover has yellow stitching to subtly pay homage to Augusta's colors. This high-quality putter cover was designed for its tour players, but a limited number are available for the public to buy for $100 on Odyssey's website. —Keely Levins
Bridgestone Azalea Collection
Bridgestone has a full line of Masters-themed products ahead of the year’s first major. The company is offering its e6 ball with an azalea, named after Augusta National’s famous par-5 13th hole, stamped on the side. The ball, a gold-medal winner in our recent Hot List, contains notable technology in the layer between the cover and the core that helps keep slices and hooks under control. These azalea-stamped balls cost the same as a normal dozen of e6s: $29. For those who are a fan of the azalea design, you can also pick up a Bridgestone hat ($24) or stand bag ($250), which feature the Masters-inspired logo. For more info, click here.
If you want to hold onto a little Masters spirit in your game all year long, Lamkin is offering three grips with a decidedly Augusta National color scheme. Each of the three grips is predominantly green with yellow and white trim. The full swing offerings are Lamkin’s Wrap-Tech and UTx. The Wrap-Tech is a wrap-style grip with the company’s “advanced cohesive elastomer” (ACE) compound that alternates between rough and smooth textures from top to bottom. The UTx is a multi-layer, cord-style grip that features three layers, including a softer ACE compound inner layer for feel, a full-cord fabric weave for traction and a firmer ACE compounder outer layer to better absorb shock. The green-themed grips also include Lamkin’s new Sink offering for putters. Made of a rubber that’s 29 percent lighter than traditional rubber used in grips, the Sink (left) features a curved shape designed to steady your hands during the stroke and distinct shapes and markings to guide your hand position at address. The Wrap-Tech ($5), UTx ($7) and Sink ($13) are available now. —Mike Stachura
Edel Special Edition Masters Putter Headcover
Edel's most talked about player this week is amateur Bryson DeChambeau, who's playing a full set of custom-made, same-length, Edel irons. These headcovers aren't custom-made for you, but there is a limited quantity, so hurry up if you want one. This special-edition headcover is Masters green, of course, and has some cool azalea blooms stitched into it. You can buy it via their website for $75. —KL
"A Menu Unlike Any Other"
Inspired by one of the most famous concession-stand menus in sports, this piece of art isn't sold by Augusta National itself but captures the essence of its culinary. The print plays off the Masters theme, with its old-school type and its name: "A Menu Unlike Any Other." This is offered from Classic Georgia in collaboration with Sugarloaf Social Club. Portions of the sales will be donated to the Georgia State Golf Association Foundation and a scholarship fund. For more, click here. —SH
G/Fore Clover Glove
Okay, so this isn't a special-edition glove, but it is the same glove that Bubba Watson is going to wear on Sunday at the Masters, and that's pretty cool. While G/Fore gloves are obviously a fashion statement, they're also high quality performance gloves. This glove is made out of Cabretta leather, for a soft feel and sturdy construction. You can find the glove on GFORE.com for $35. —KL
At the PGA Merchandise Show in January, attendees might have been wondering why there was such a huge crowd around a sock company's booth. Turns out, Bubba Watson was at the Stance booth greeting fans, and showcasing some of the product he is helping endorse in 2016. The San Clemente, Calif., company has had professional athletes in other sports, such as the NBA’s Dwayne Wade and Klay Thompson, representing the brand. But Bubba signals the company’s push in golf. Along with the Caddyshack socks (above), Stance is offering a box of Bubba-inspired socks ($50) with the company’s cushion support system. The company says Bubba will help design a line of socks that he’ll be wearing, too, which will be available in 2017. For more information on other golf products, click here. —MH
The Kentwool green-and-yellow socks have been around for the past couple of years. The comfortable, blister-free socks ($19.95) are made from a merino wool and nylon combination. You’ll see a handful of PGA Tour events with tournament-themed socks from Kentwool all season long, including Colonial and the FedEx St. Jude Classic. For more info, click here. —SH