Our 11 favorite golf products that support the fight against breast cancer
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month involving thousands of organizations supporting the education, detection, prevention and treatment of breast cancer. Many golf companies have teamed up with organizations to donate a percent of sales and help spread awareness. From apparel to golf accessories and more, we collected some of our favorite golf products that have a specific charitable piece for breast-cancer awareness.
Ralph Lauren Pink Pony Custom Slim Rugby
The Pink Pony Campaign is an initiative from Ralph Lauren to fight cancer. Launched in 2000, the Pink Pony Fund of The Polo Ralph Lauren Foundation supports programs for patients from screening and diagnosis to treatment and recovery. Twenty-five percent of each item purchased from the collection—including this fun striped top—is donated to these programs.
BUY NOW: $125
Vineyard Vines Breast Cancer Awareness Long-Sleeve Pocket T-Shirt
This cozy and unique long-sleeve shirt from Vineyard Vines supports an organization called Bright Pink, a non-profit that is focused on the prevention and early detection of breast and ovarian cancer. This top is sold in men's sizing but is great for men or women to help spread awareness, and 20 percent of all net proceeds go to Bright Pink.
BUY NOW: $48
Jack Grace Innovator 1.0 Golf Shoe with Breast Cancer Pink Ribbons
Jack Grace shoes are stylish and also versatile, coming with interchangeable saddles. The company partnered with The Breast Cancer Foundation on a custom pink-ribbon design saddle and a promise to donate 20 percent of proceeds to the Susan G. Komen Foundation.
BUY MEN'S SHOES NOW: $160
BUY WOMEN'S SHOES NOW: $160
Aerie Limited Edition Hoodie
Aerie is donating 100 percent of sales in the U.S. from these limited-edition hoodies to Bright Pink. In Canada, 100 percent of sales go to Rethink Breast Cancer, a charity that supports young women affected by breast cancer. For more philanthropic pink products, Aerie is donating the same percent of sales on pink leggings ($35) and sports bras ($21).
BUY NOW: $31
Imperial The End Cancer Hampton Sun Protection Hat
The #endcancer Collection from Imperial includes a variety of hat styles, with a portion of proceeds donated to the MD Anderson Cancer Center. The collection is part of a collaboration with PGA Tour player Joel Dahmen to support cancer-patient care, research, education and prevention.
BUY NOW: $50
The North Face Women's Pink Ribbon Fuzzy Cable Earband
The North Face makes an annual donation through its Support the Cause Collection to organizations like Boarding for Breast Cancer, which focuses on early detection and education, maintaining a healthy lifestyle as best means of prevention and survivor support for those affected by breast cancer. The cozy fleece headband features an embroidered pink-ribbon logo to help spread awareness, even when temperatures drop.
BUY NOW: $30
Devant Sports Pink Ribbon Edge Towel
Devant sports towels released six golf towel designs as a part of the company's Pink Ribbon Towel Collection. A portion of sales from this collection is donated to the Virginia Commonwealth University Massey Cancer Center in Richmond, Va.—where Devant’s headquarters is located.
BUY NOW: $20
Polo Ralph Lauren Pink Pony Cotton Ball Cap
Also part of the Ralph Lauren Pink Pony Collection, this subtle pink hat shows support visibly and through the 25-percent donation on each purchase. The Polo "Love" embroidery on the back of the hat is the signature logo of the charitable organization.
BUY NOW: $39.50
Columbia Women's Tested Tough In Pink Benton Springs Full Zip Jacket
Columbia has vowed $1 for every Tested Tough in Pink product goes to the National Breast Cancer Foundation to provide mammograms to those in need. The collection includes a variety of outdoor pieces including full-zip fleeces and rain jackets.
BUY NOW: $40
Vineyard Vines Breast Cancer Awareness Micro Printed Tie
For a more formal look in supporting breast cancer awareness, this Vineyard Vines silk tie is a winner. It is ultra-stylish, handmade in the USA and 20 percent of all net proceeds go to the non-profit Bright Pink.
BUY NOW: $85
And a bonus item: Eone Bradley Mesh Rose Gold II Watch
This company was originally created to offer people with visual impairments an elegant watch option. They created an inclusively-designed timepiece that can be enjoyed by everyone—sighted or blind. Raised hour markers allow you to feel the time by touch. The actual time is indicated by magnetized ball bearings that travel on two separate tracks, around the face for the minute and around the edge of the face for the hour. Eone is also donating 10 percent of proceeds to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, which is an organization that provides early detection screenings, education and a supportive community.
BUY NOW: $285
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