Feel like The King in these Arnold Palmer-inspired products

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September 07, 2021

Arnold Palmer will always be golf's King of Cool. He had a casual elegance that separated him from anyone before him, and golfers of later generations will always look to Arnie for inspiration. Palmer pushed the boundaries with style, fit and color. From mock collars to flat brim hats, Arnie wasn't afraid to be bold. To celebrate the King's birthday (Sept. 10), we rounded up our favorite Arnold Palmer-inspired golf gear and accessories, so you can channel the legend's iconic style this fall.
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Weatherman released a collection of Arnold Palmer umbrellas in three designs—each available in a 68-inch golf umbrella size ($89) and a smaller collapsible version ($54). Both sizes have a vented canopy that withstands winds up to 55 mph and a virtually indestructible construction. It's also got a UPF 50+ coating for a stylish sun protection option when the skies are clearer.

This Vineyard Vines t-short shirt is soft, affordable and brings simple styling Arnie would appreciate. The screen-printed Bay Hill tournament logo is understated, but gets the fandom across clearly.

These Stitch headcovers are durable, stylish and an excellent way to honor the legacy of Arnold Palmer. The iconic umbrella image is unmistakable and a great way to brighten up the bag. Each headcover, even the ultra-throwback pom headcover, is handcrafted, water- and stain-resistant and designed to fit securely on almost any club.


Mix together your own iced tea and lemonade drink in this 20-ounce bottle that keeps liquids cold for up to 25 hours. It's triple-insulated, has a non-slip bottom and is made with easy-grip sides for smooth sipping round after round.

This compilation of stories by Arnold Palmer will make you feel closer to the legend than ever. While filled with anecdotes and lessons from the golf course, this is more than a golf book. It offers insight into Palmer's sportsmanship, business savvy and overall outlook on life.


Whimsical prints may not have been in Palmer's regular style rotation, but this fun bucket hat requires Palmer-like confidence and charm to pull off.

Shade your eyes and celebrate the Arnold Palmer Invitational with this cool dancing umbrella visor. The distinctive graphics give you an eye-catching look that's stylish and unique.

Puma Golf launched its second co-branded Puma X Arnold Palmer collection last month on National Umbrella Day. The drop included six golf shirts, three layering pieces, two pairs of shorts, and three caps themed around the Arnold Palmer drink and the classic style elements that made him one of the best dressed golfers in history.

Jim Nantz teamed up with Vineyard Vines to develop a collection that includes an Arnie-inspired cardigan. "The Palmer Cardigan is a tribute to my dear friend, Arnold Palmer, who was golf's greatest friend," said Nantz. The 100 percent merino wool sweater is available in blue and gray, is ultra soft, and is finished with brown buttons that top off the upscale vintage look.

The Seamus Arnold Palmer Collection includes a variety of handmade items all designed as an ode to Arnie. From leather embossed coasters to a hand forged steel ball mark, this line embodies the upscale image that was Arnold Palmer.

To honor Arnold Palmer, Puma released a collection that Rickie Fowler, Bryson DeChambeau and Gary Woodland will wear at Bay Hill, with a limited number available to the public. The collection includes two golf shoes ($140-$220), a cap inspired by Arnie's favorite drink ($35), a throwback-inspired rope cap in three color options ($35), a women's cap ($35) and a hat in youth sizing ($28).

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