Malbon Golf x Wheels Up

Fly Private Down the Fairway in Malbon Golf’s Exclusive Wheels Up Collection

You don’t have to be a marketing genius to realise golf and private jets are a good fit. Both are unapologetically elite in nature and appeal to the interests of affluent individuals. However, Malbon Golf and Wheels Up are disrupters in the luxury space, which is why they’ve decided to link up for a high-flying fashion collaboration that will have you looking fresh from the clouds to the course.

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Malbon Golf x Wheels Up

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With an undeniable style that appeals to the modern golfer, Malbon Golf has shot up the leaderboard to become one of the most sought-after brands in the sport. Comparatively, Wheels Up membership model has transformed private aviation, ‘democrafying’ and diversifying the notoriously non-diverse travel service. Sharing similar values, Stephen Malbon, Co-Founder at Malbon, is proud to bring this new partnership to life.

“The way we approach golf is the same way Wheels Up approaches the aviation industry in terms of reimagining a new way to do things,” he told Forbes. Our collaboration is for people who love to golf and travel, offering premium pieces with details that are always ready for the next round.”

Malbon Golf x Wheels Up

Image: Malbon Golf

The collection marks Wheels Up’s first foray into fashion. Recognising a shared ethos with Malbon and the obvious overlap in customer base , Lee Applbaum, CMO at Wheels Up, revealed why they decided to tee it up with the golf brand.

“Malbon is an innovative brand in a pretty homogenous golf apparel space, and speaks to the disruptive and inclusive spirit that is such an important part of our Wheels Up brand,” he said in an exclusive statement.

“We worked directly with their designers and influencers to deliver this small capsule collection and couldn’t be prouder of the products, including their signature ‘Buckets’ mascot with an old school aviator helmet and goggles, exclusive to Wheels Up. This kind of subtle design element is what makes this collection truly bespoke.”

Malbon Golf x Wheels Up

Image: Malbon Golf

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The capsule features a number of tightly edited pieces in neutrals and pops of blue, the signature colours of Wheels Up. It includes several tops, polos, tees, a crewneck sweater, and quarter-zip sweaters all embroidered with the Malbon Golf x Wheels Up Buckets motif. Additionally, players can cop a specially designed golf bag and a number of hats. Despite only launching yesterday, some items have already sold out so get in quick while stocks last.

The collection is available to purchase on Malbon’s website, with Wheel’s Up planning to create its own online store for future collaborations.

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Malbon Golf x Wheels Up

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Malbon Golf x Wheels Up

Image: Malbon Golf

Malbon Golf x Wheels Up

Image: Malbon Golf

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