As Seen In: Golf Digest


Great Nautica Feature in the June Issue of Golf Digest!


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#MyNautica Father’s Day Edition!



Happy Father’s Day!

We want to thank all of our loving, supporting and caring Fathers today! We hope you all have a wonderful day!

A Peek Inside: Cameron Tringale’s Golf Bag

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Have you ever wondered what was inside your favorite golfer’s bag?
We took a peek inside Nautica sponsored PGA Tour golfer Cameron Tringale‘s golf bag to see what he was carrying with him to the U.S. Open Tournament in Chambers Bay, WA. Here’s what we found and what Cameron said when we asked him why he packed these items:





1. Bushnell Range Finder

“I use this during practice rounds to get specific yardages and to double check some of the numbers in the yardage book.”


2. Titleist Player’s Glove

“I’ve been using this same model glove since my freshman year in college at Georgia Tech. It has a classic fit and feel.  Some things never change.”


3. Titleist Clubs and Bag

“I have been using Titleist clubs since my sophomore year of High School.  I love the classic look, feel and performance of the equipment.”


4.  Scotty Cameron Putter/Headcover

“I have been using a Newport GSS Prototype putter by Scotty Cameron since college.  This custom putter is definitely the most colorful club in my bag. I love this Custom Shop head cover because it has a wave on it, which reminds me of my roots back in Southern California.”


5. Walker Cup Bag

“This is a cool keepsake from the US Walker Cup Team I played on in 2009.  Inside I keep my ball markers, yardage books, band-aids, advil, and other miscellaneous accessories.”


 6. Coffee/Banana

“I have to be fueled up on the course.  Bananas are one of my favorite snacks on the links. I also eat raw nuts.”


7. FootJoy Shoes

“I love the look and feel of the FootJoy DryJoys Casual.  These are the first spike less golf shoes I’ve ever worn.”


8. Sharpie/Alignment aid

“I mark my ProV1X with a black line to assist in lining up putts and this little tool helps me make the line perfectly straight.”


9. Ball Markers

“I have a variety of coins to mark my ball with.  I usually keep 5 in my pocket at all times when on the course.  Every single one has some significance; they are usually reminders of faith, family or fun times!”


10. Tees

“I only use tees from my home course in Florida, The Bear’s Club.  They are a subtle reminder for me to focus on what my coach, Darren May and I work on when were together.”


11. Sunscreen, Hand Sanitizer, Lip Balm

“The time I spend outside really takes a toll on my skin.  Sunscreen is a non-negotiable for me. I wear it everyday.  I have to keep my skin looking as fresh as possible.”


12. Titleist Golf Ball

“I mark my ProV1X with a circle next to the number.  Often I use a gold sharpie as it is the color of my alma mater, Georgia Tech.  GO JACKETS!”


13. Camo Towel

“My friend and fellow tour player, Michael Putnam, has a golf towel company and he has made me some with my nickname, “CAMO” on it.  It is fun to support a friend and have something unique out there.”


14. Nautica Tech Pique Polo

“I wear the Nautica Tech Pique Polo on course.  It features technology that keeps me cool and dry throughout my rounds coupled with the colors and fit that I prefer.”



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Fancy Footwork Friday!


This week we chose to dedicate our #MyNautica post to some of our favorite feet!

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Happenings: North River Lobster Co.





Are you visiting or living in New York City and looking for something fun to do this summer?
Last night we visited North River Lobster Company, the largest floating lobster shack that resides on the Hudson River! Located at Pier 81, West 41st Street, this boat offers the freshest seafood, coldest drinks and BEST views of New York and New Jersey. We recommend the Maine lobster rolls and corn on the cob.

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Behind The Scenes: Men’s Holiday 2015 Photoshoot



We had a busy (but fun!) week in the studio shooting our Men’s Sportswear Holiday 2015 Look Book.
Although the temperatures here in New York are heating up, we were feeling the holiday vibes in the office.
Our model Scott Walhovd from Wilhelmina was amazing to work with and there was even a special appearance by our photographer’s mini Chihuahua; Dracula!

Bloggers: One Dapper Street



Rainy days have never looked so good.
Marcel from the menswear blog, One Dapper Street wears our Rainbreaker in Radial Grey.
Our Rainbreaker Jacket is designed to keep you totally dry and comfortable, whether it’s a drizzle or a downpour, thanks to sealed seams and a finish that breathes as much as it repels water.

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Happenings: Nautica Oceana Beach House

On Saturday, May 8th Nautica hosted it’s 3rd Annual Nautica Oceana Beach House Party in Santa Monica, CA .

Celebrity hosts Jenna Ushkowitz (Glee) and Reid Scott (Veep) kicked off the Nautica Beach Party at Marion Davies Guest House. The event benefited Oceana, the largest international organization focused on solely protecting ocean conservation. Party guests included Harry Shum Jr., Kevin McHale, Becca Tobin, and Amber Riley from Glee. Sam Trammell and his True Blood co-star Kristin Bauer van Straten boogied with Katy Perry’s #LeftShark along with Keo Motsepe from Dancing With The Stars. Musical guest Max Schneider wooed the celebrity-heavy crowd with a special live performance, while DJ Benjamin Walker kept the party going with a live set. Other notable attendees were Candice Accola and Kayla Ewell from The Vampire Diaries, Christina Grimmie (The Voice winner), Briana Evigan (Step Up series),  and Ross Lynch, Rocky Lynch, Rydel Lynch, and Ellington Ratliff from the band R5. Guests snacked on appetizers and drinks from Lagunitas Brewing Company while they had the chance to customize Nautice and Oceana branded T-shirts. Check out all of the photos from the event below!



Guest Artist Series: Nick Mayer

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We collaborated with Nick Mayer, a former marine biologist, award winning illustrator and current fly fishing addict on an exclusive collection of illustrations to be used in our summer 2015 collection.



I feel that appreciation is the seed of conservation. My goal as an artist is to help people appreciate the incredible beauty of the creatures in the oceans and streams so that they will help preserve these incredible neighbors in our planet.


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A near death experience by falling overboard on a commercial fishing boat into the Bering Sea, followed by a near plane crash in Northern Labrador inspired me to pursue my true calling as an artist.



I am the Illustrator of two books:
Catalina Island Dive Buddies written by fishing historian Mike Rivkin
Fish ABCs by Nick Mayer


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Born in Riverside, Rhode Island. Graduated Brown University with a Master Degree in Marine Biology.


Studying turtles in Costa Rica, salmon in Alaska, and steelhead in Oregon.


Ernst Haeckel because of his painstaking attention to detail combined with a very unique aesthetic sensibility.

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(Below: Watercolor at Nick’s Studio)


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Shop some of his collaboration with Nautica below!

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