The History of Bert LaMar

Design Roots

Bert's mother Esther had over 30 years in fashion and apparel design and his grandmother Esther had over 35 years sewing and appaarel experience as a sewer and designer for Singer. Bert spent many hours of his youth in fabric stores with his mom sourcing materials, fabrics and embelishments that lead to their future designs.
Bert's father Tom spent his entire career in product and plastic design which took up the other side of Bert's design brain. It was his mother Esther that pushed him to use his passion for sport to motivate his design DNA.

Late 70's & Early 80's

In the late 70's and early 80's Bert LaMar came onto the professional skateboard scene in a dramatic fashion by winning two vertical bowl contests loaded with pros 5-8 years older.  Bert went on to become one of skateboarding's top figures as he traveled and competed with pros like Tony Hawk and Steve Caballero. Bert designed his own signature model board, which became one of the leading designs of that era.

 

 

 

Late 80's & Early 90's

In the winter of 1988/89 Bert LaMar literally burst onto the snowboard scene, winning his first of two World titles at the Brekenridge World Championships. Bert went on to dominate the next two years wrapping up a global world title in Italy, France, Austria and Japan. Bert's passion for sport and design sparked his first major successful apparel and hardgoods brand, Lamar Snowboards. Bert lead the industry for over 10 years with cutting edge product designs from the highest athletic level.

Late 80's through 90's

Bert created Lamar snowboards which quickly became the industries leader in high quality, team rider driver innovative snowboard and snowboard apparel. Bert learned to combine his passion for design, technical performance and high level sport into his product. 

Late 90's

Bert finds golf while snowed-in his hotel room in Brekenridge Colorado Bert watches the Masters on tv and see athletes competing in warm comfortable weather with caddies carrying their bags and says "That looks way better then going up on top of the mountain to compete." He figured with his success in skateboarding and snowboarding golf would be easy. After just 3 years playing Bert shoots even par 72 at Los Serranos GC in the LA Open qualifier only to just miss a spot in the filed by  a couple shots.

After years of playing and building his business Bert has won many times on the Golden State Mini Tour, 6 time club champion and Carlsbad City Champion. 

At Present Bert is in his element designing products for the games most elite and working with them to hone in his game skills.

 

 

Bert getting swing advice from Masters champion, and his friend Zach Johnson.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Golf Shirts:

 Size

Front Length Chest Neck Arm Hole Sleeve Width
XSmall 27" 34-35" 14-14 1/2" 18" 8"
Small 28" 35-38" 15-15 1/2" 19" 9"
Medium 29" 38-40" 15 1/2-16" 20" 10"
Large 30" 42-44" 16 1/2-17" 21" 10 1/2"
XL 31" 46-48" 17-17 1/2" 22" 11"
XXL 32" 50-52" 17 1/2-18" 23" 12"

Measure your body with measuring tape to find your fit!

Am Short II:
Size  Waist  Inseam
30 32" 8.5"
32 33" 9"
34 37" 9.5"
36 38" 10"
38 40" 10.5"

 

 

OUR PGA TOUR STAFF SIZES:

Apparel Staff:
Tyrone VanAswegen (PGA TOUR) is 6' 170 lbs...He wears small and medium shirts depending on how ripped he is, medium outerwear, 32/32 Pants, sm/md belts  for a more fitted look and feel.
Past iliackers:
Zach Johnson (PGA TOUR-MASTERS & OPEN CHAMPION) is 5"10' 160 lbs...He wore medium shirts, medium outerwear, 32/31 pants, sm/md belts for a more comfortable look and feel.
Jimmy Walker  (PGA TOUR-PGA MAJOR CHAMPION) is 6'1" 175 lbs...He wore Large shirts, Large outerwear, 32/32 Pants, sm/md belts  for a nice regular fit.
Retief Goosen (PGA TOUR-2 US OPEN CHAMPION) is 6' 185 lbs...He wore XL shirts  , Large outerwear, 34/32 Pants, Md/LG belts  for a comfortable feel.
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Jin Park (Web.com TOUR) is 5'8" 150 lbs...He wears small shirts or medium shirts, 30/30 pants, sm/md belts for a very fitted look and feel.
Tain Lee (Web.com TOUR) is 5"10' 160 lbs...He wears medium shirts, medium outerwear, 32/30 pants, sm/md belts for a more comfortable look and feel.
Headcovers:

Head covers are designed to fit snug and work out as they become weathered and stretch. They may fade in heat and weather. We think that's part of the vintage look and feel.

Driver : Head covers fit the USGA approved 460cc heads.

3 Wood: Head covers fit almost all of today’s designed clubs. 

5 Wood: Head covers fit almost all of today's designed clubs.

Utility: Head covers marked with a diamond logo, fit well on 4, 5, 6, 7 and 9 woods.

Hybrid: Head covers marked with an X , fit most of today’s hybrids.

Cloud Putter: Head covers fit most blade style putters.

Velcro Putter: Head covers fit most blade style putters and small mallet putters. 

Wider Mallet: Head covers fit standard wider mallet patter, wider and longer than Velcro Putter.

Two-Ball Putter: Head covers fit most of spider style clubs

Alignment Stick Cover: Fits up to two standard alignment sticks.

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