Tail Wild Side Collection – Take a Ride!


It’s a new month, so that means a new collection of Tail Activewear! It’s not a bad thing, since every collection seems to outdo the last. Wild Side is no exception, as Tail adds a dash of Paprika coloring to their standard black and white color scheme.

The new Wild Side Collection includes several sharp looking sleeveless polos. The three that we saw: Beckett, Cindy and Regina are all sewn from Tail’s Performance Jersey fabric – a 91% Polyester/9% Spandex blend that gives these garments the ability to move with you all through the golf swing with no pinching or binding.

The Beckett top features a mini-mock neck with zippered placket and neo-mesh inserts across the chest that add a cooling element. It’s available in sizes XS – XXL and in Paprika. Retail price is a scant $79.

The Cindy top has a mesmerizing pattern, or is it 3 patterns in one? This garment features a full mock neck and zippered placket. Cindy is available in sizes XS – XL and in the Serengeti print. Retail price is $85.

The Regina top also features a mini-mock neck, with a neo-mesh collar for extra cooling and a zippered placket. It’s available in their Tanzania print, an eye-catching design of black, white and paprika stripes. The Regina top is available in sizes XS – XXL and carries a retail price of $83. All 3 tops have a UPF rating of 50, so you’ll be well protected from the sun’s harmful rays.

For ladies who prefer short sleeves, the Donna Polo offers sleeves that are 8.5”, a little longer than previous collections. Donna is sewn from Tail’s Performance Jersey fabric, so you know you have all the stretch you’ll need. The novelty collar features neo-mesh inserts near the zippered placket, and the sewn in design on the shoulders and upper body offers a unique look. The Donna Polo is available in sizes XS – XXL. Retail price is $83.

As far as outerwear pieces go, Tail’s Liana full-zip jacket leaves others in the dust. It’s sewn from their refined pique fabric, which is ultra-soft to the touch. It features a mock neck with a neo-mesh collar and neo-mesh inserts in the shoulders and around the hems of the sleeves and body of the jacket. Two zipped pockets on the outside and two more on the inside provide all the storage a gal can possibly need on the course. The Congo print will definitely turn some heads. The Liana Jacket is available in sizes XS – XXL, with a retail price of only $99.

Recognizing that not all female golfers are comfortable with an 18” outseam on their skorts, Tail introduces the Selena Skort with a 19” outseam. The Selena Skort has a modern fit in a pull-on design and is sewn from their bi-woven stretch material; giving you full freedom of movement. The shorties add a bit of confidence. This skort features zippered pockets with accent rivets and a back pocket large enough for most scorecards. The Selena Skort is available in sizes 2 – 18 and in Paprika. Retail price is $89.

If you prefer shorts, Arlie features the same pull-on design and is sewn from the same fabric as the Selena Skort. These black shorts feature Paprika inserts sewn into the outside of each leg and the zippered pockets keep your golf valuables safe and secure. The Arlie Shorts are available in sizes 2 – 18 and retail for $83.

Tail continues to try and persuade ladies to wear golf dresses and the new Adela Dress is sure to gain some converts. This flattering design is sewn from Tail’s soft and luxurious refined pique fabric (94%Polyester/6% Spandex), so you’ll move freely through your golf swing. Adela features a novelty collar and zippered placket along with two zippered pockets on the side. The stunning black/white/gray/paprika floral design with sewn in side panels adds a certain “wow” factor. Adela is available in sizes XS – XL and has a retail price of $99.

Once again, Tail comes through with some new designs to add to an already amazing collection of golf apparel. For more information or to place an order, visit the Tail website, www.tailactivewear.com.

David Theoret

David Theoret has been in the golf and golf travel industry for over 12 years, primarily selling online advertising. For the past seven years, he has also been a golf writer, reviewing golf courses, resorts, destinations, equipment, golf apparel, and training aids – the latter of which never seems to help. What started as a dream years ago, by God’s grace, became a reality in 2015 when The Golfin’ Guy editorial marketing company was founded. Working together with golf course designer Ron Garl; David’s articles and reviews have been posted on many golf travel, equipment, and apparel websites.

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