Friday, January 16, 2009
The Japanese-Americans really have a strangle-hold on the belt game on Tour right now. Both Tadd Fujikawa and Ryuji Imada both wore belts that set them apart from everyone else on Thursday. Before I started seeing Ryuji wear these braided belts, I wasn't sure how I felt about them. Now I'm sold and am going to try and find some to purchase for myself. Tadd, meanwhile is wearing the PGA Tour's pre-requisite, the white belt - but on acid. The detailing sets it apart and makes it interesting. As I stated in an earlier post, these days in the belt world it's all about the strap itself - how can you set yourself apart?
Posted by The Khaki Crusader at 8:32 AM