Product Review – Asher Golf
It may come as a surprise to some of our followers that Asher Golf has been around since 2009. Yes that Asher, that we are seeing all over Instagram making some pretty dope looking gloves. Well, back in 2009 Asher came into the market to shake some things up. Bringing some personality to the traditional monochromatic glove game. With a good concept, like many startups the timing was just not right. Asher, pretty much shut their doors, taking some of the personality out of the golf game in the meantime. While, most stories stop there…the has been, the never was…not for Asher.
Asher…is…back! And boy are we happy. Today in the golf industry I feel like you can customize everything to fit your playing style, outfit, or personal preference. For a long time, outside of a couple breaking the mold, you had one choice in color no matter the manufacture of the glove. Not sure who was the self-appointed style guru that make that decision…but we are glad companies like Asher are breaking the mold.
Now it’s one thing to change the color of the glove but does the glove perform? Ever since Asher sent us a couple of the premium gloves to try our and review, I have yet to put another glove on. I would say I have played in excess of 15 rounds since I started playing with the Alta Premium, and the glove is still performing. I feel like the more I have played with it, the better it is fitting my hand. I know what you are thinking, that is because of the AA Premium Cabretta-Leather. If you were thinking that, then you my friend are 100% correct, like any other good made with a fine leather, if you take care of it, it will take care of you.
Doesn’t that glove look slick? Below are some pictures after 15+ rounds…as you can see the glove holds up.
Asher has a glove for every golfer, not matter the style, price point, etc.
The Premium Line (which is what Asher sent us to review) comes in around $22 dollars a glove. Like we said they are made with 100% AA Premium Cabretta-Leather. For 100% leather glove of this quality $22 dollars is a steal.
The Chuck Line – this glove clocks in at $12 dollars a glove. The Chuck line is make All-Weather Performance Leather Upper, with Cabretta-Leather palm inserts. These are more of your middle of the line gloves, we have not had a chance to review these but are looking forward to. One major plus about this line is the amount of colors you can pick from. I challenge you to find a glove that doesn’t match your outfit.
The DeathGrip Line – for all of our edgy followers out there. This is the glove for you. $16 bucks a glove. Similar design to the Chuck line
Asher is back and from the quality and look of the gloves, they are here to stay. I would put Asher’s glove up with every other company out there and Asher’s hang right with them.
Mr. Lafferty Daniels is a weekend warrior when it comes to golf. Mr. Daniels shoots in the high 80s most of the time. Has been know to have a couple snowmen on the score card but with the right amount of luck and sometimes with a little help from the trusty foot wedge can find his way into a birdie.
Asher sent us a couple gloves from their premium line free of charge to try and write an honest review. All of the reviews we share on Golf Starz are our own honest opinions.