Asher Golf is bringing a color & design explosion to a product that has surprisingly lacked it for a long time, golf gloves. Long before Rickie was wearing orange from head to toe, golf apparel was known for its weird patterns and wide range of colors. Yet somehow the most common golf apparel accessory rarely went beyond white and black with no effort in design. Well those days are now behind us.
Asher has a few different styles of gloves, starting with the Chuck. These gloves are the lower price point option (currently $12) and are mostly solid & bright colors such as lime green, pink, orange and yellow to name a few. But if you do like a more standard glove, they do come in black and white as well.
The next price point up is what might be the most desired glove in the lineup, the Deathgrip. A black glove with white finger bones design on top of the glove. If you are looking for a conversation starter at the first tee, this should do the trick.
Asher then offers a premium lineup of gloves that currently retail for $22 on their website. These gloves don't boast the bright solid colors found with the Chuck gloves, but do offer various unique designs to keep your golf glove game strong.
I have only tried out the Chuck gloves, and I found that they performed very similar to other big brand gloves I use (Calloway/Puma). The durability was also similar, some scuffing started to show on the palm after 40 minutes of pounding balls on a simulator. The one complaint I have found (from others not myself) is that the ink from the glove, specifically the red on the "Alta" can come off onto the thumb after wearing and sweating in it.
While gloves is the main draw to Asher, they do offer several other products such as hats, socks, tees and most recently a golf bag. While I haven't seen it in person, the golf bag is really a great looking bag. I also like a number of their hat offerings, much better design and price then most boutique online golf brands you come across.
If you are looking for some flair in your golf gloves, Asher Golf is a really good option to look at. Great style, decent quality, numerous options and good price make for a product that has something for most golfers. And don't forget to sign up for the mailing list to get 10% off your order and find out about other upcoming sales. I have seen 50% off gloves a time or two, great way to save money.