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True Linkswear just dropped its newest Dead Golfer collection of scary cool merch just in time for Halloween

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October 03, 2023
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Swag lovers beware, True linkswear’s new limited-edition “Dead Golfer” release has launched, just in time for spooky season, and in small batches, so you’ll want to snatch yours while the links are still live, so to speak. The release includes the brand’s signature dead golfer logo—a skeleton frozen mid-swing—on a series of hybrid and knit golf shoes, snapbacks and apparel, including golf tees, crewnecks and hoodies for staying warm on the course or lounging post-round. The color scheme sticks with True's signature neutrals and navys, with the Dead Golfer icon adding a playful, if haunting, iridescent edge to the timeless silhouettes.

On top of the spooky cool golf apparel and accessories, the brand’s Dead Golfer collection also has raided the gear-and-swag departments. Think midnight waterproof canvas backpacks, skeletal steel divot repair tools, and even sustainable bamboo tees, made edgy with the pile of bones artwork. Later in the month, the company will even release an incredibly limited (only 100) collection of Dead Golfer custom irons to complete the capsule, which you can use to recreate the Dead Golfer logo yourself. The name of the icon, Afterall, stems from the idea of living a life of “undying” love for the sport.

Below, we’ve rounded up five of our favorite pieces from the collection, which will add an innovative edge to any orange-purple-black-and-neon green festive look you have planned for the month of Halloween—but also will hold up and make any outfit scream fun well past spooky season.