“It takes a unique blend of performance and style to craft the ultimate in Proper Threads,” Devereux says on its web site. “A combination of cut and comfort designed to move how you move and live how you live. From design and fabric to buttons, collars, seams and stitches, we put everything into our collection so you can get the most out of it.”
Indeed they do. Skewed toward younger golfers with just enough classic design elements to keep more “established” players in its orbit, Devereux finds its own sweet spots in patterns and fabrics, taking a decided tack toward what we’ll call a “refined resort” sensibility. In fact its new spring line is playfull dubbed “Last Resort,” insinuating that its lineup of button-down and polo shirts, trousers and shorts might indeed be your colorful, trade wind-scented final destination in the ongoing search for the perfect 21st century golf duds. Devereux is based in the Sonoran desert of Phoenix but takes its cues from your better golf outposts around the world, including Hawaii.
Cases in point are its “Lux-Tech” jersey polos. The Kona Polo is available in dark and light floral patterns of moisture-wicking, breathable performance stretch while the Arizona Polo features micro cactus print and is lightweight and quick-dry. The Monstera Polohas its own subtle tropical floral print in an anti-microbial fabric to keep you not only feeling fresh and clean, but actually fresh and clean
Heading below the waist, Devereux’s Gravity Pantsare available in colors like Mojave, Graphite, and Tidal — lightweight, quick dry, performance stretch knit fabric with a bonded back zipper and adjustable ankle zipper. The Cruiser Hybrid Shortscomes in Graphite, Khaki, Steel, Tidal, and Tropic Camo, again in quick dry/hybrid stretch knit fabric with mesh pocket for land to water wear.
$75-$135 | www.dvrxthreads.com