REVIEW: Bette & Court Fall 2015 Collection

Bette & Court, a Colorado-based female athletic clothing brand, is looking to become a major player in the women’s golf fashion market. Their Fall 2015 collection is an indication of how far they’ve come.

The Fall 2015 Bette & Court collection combines global inspiration with athletic lines and sporty details. Each piece in the collection features stylish patterns like Mandarin Twist, Margarita, and Sangria. The company prides themselves on establishing the “sportswear as a fashion” trend, focusing on performance and technical fabrics.

The new collection also includes two new leggings to keep up with the active lifestyles of Bette & Court customers. The Extension Legging is a practical bottom that provides compression to ensure a comfortable fit. Seamless construction adds perfect flex for any activity; wear them running, to practice yoga, or layered under a skirt while playing nine holes. The Core Legging and matching Core Jacket are fleece lined and warm — perfect for cooler days. Coordinating performance socks and caps round out the Fall 2015 collection.

Our tester marveled at each garment’s fit and comfort while playing golf, commenting on how she could easily wear each item on or off the course during athletic activity. The styles were also appropriate and preferable for golfers of multiple age groups, which is not commonly seen in modern women’s golf fashion.

Every garment was breathable yet warm for cooler autumn days on the golf course. Our tester also appreciated how flexible each piece was throughout her golf swing, which is vital for any active wear.

Adam Fonseca

Adam Fonseca is the owner and Editor of GolfUnfiltered.com. He is also he host of the Golf Unfiltered Podcast. Adam spends most of his time making a fool out of himself on Twitter. (@GolfUnfiltered)