I received my Bluff Works Travel Pants several months ago. As a Florida resident, I don’t get around to wearing long pants till, say, November. Even in the winter, you see more shorts than trousers on the course in the Sunshine State.
Luckily, I traveled to Ireland recently and I had more than a few chilly opportunities to wear my Bluff Works. I put them through a stern test on the Sandy Hills Links course at Rosapenna Hotel & Golf Resort in Downings near Letterkenny in the County of Donegal. It was a windy day with a few raindrops along the way as I walked the sometimes wildly undulating layout next to the Atlantic Ocean.
Simply put, my Bluff Works performed much better than I did that blustery day.
Before I left on my trip, the breathable polyester fabric made the pants easy to roll neatly and pack in my suitcase and they took up minimal space. While they can be used for a variety of travel activities, I found them to be excellent golf pants. There are lots of pockets to hold tees, balls and divot repair tools. Bluff Works’s biggest assets– especially when you’re walking a golf course– is they’re light-weight, wrinkle-free and super comfortable.
They look good on the course and in the clubhouse and you can even keep them on for dinner (as I did) for the ultimate in versatility.
|Sandy Hills Links at Rosapenna Golf Resort in Ireland|
My Bluff Works (light khaki) are what I would classify as an athletic cut and, I assume, designed for fit, action-oriented sportsmen. They’re also available in charcoal, velvet brown and classic gray colors.
While my Bluff Works didn’t help me find any of the countless golf balls I whacked into the tall grass rough at Rosapenna, they performed admirably.
If you’re looking for a multi-functional travel pant that can be worn on the golf course, on a bike ride or even during a business meeting, I highly recommend Bluff Works.
Bluff Works are available in waist sizes of 28″ to 42″ and cost $93. You can buy them online at: Bluff Works Travel Pants