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Def Duffers
Edited by Alexander Wolff and Christian Stone
June 05, 1995
A new line of golf apparel has been introduced by that most unlikely of couturiers, Tommy Boy, the rap record label. The Links Look follows vogues in hip-hop fashion derived from such exurban pastimes as yachting, hockey and soccer. "There's a long-standing tradition in street fashion of inner-city kids adapting exclusionary sports," says Tommy Boy president Monica Lynch. "They flip the whole thing inside out for a whole different flavor."
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June 05, 1995

Def Duffers

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A new line of golf apparel has been introduced by that most unlikely of couturiers, Tommy Boy, the rap record label. The Links Look follows vogues in hip-hop fashion derived from such exurban pastimes as yachting, hockey and soccer. "There's a long-standing tradition in street fashion of inner-city kids adapting exclusionary sports," says Tommy Boy president Monica Lynch. "They flip the whole thing inside out for a whole different flavor."

Could max-fly balls be next?

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