Tennis Identity

Antigua launches Spring ’15 women’s tennis line

If you're in the market for a clean, contemporary look in 2015 consider Antigua, a Phoenix, Arizona company that made its mark on the golf course.

The Antigua Group, Inc. today announced its Spring 2015 collection of women’s performance tennis apparel. Set to debut in mid January, the line features a mix of contemporary and traditional designs (with a special emphasis on team uniforms), Antigua’s proprietary  Desert Dry and Desert Dry Xtra-Lite performance fabrics, and a wide selection of color options.   

Chip tennis dress by Antigua

 Three new additions highlight the collection. The Chip dress (above) has a contrast mesh side and back insets, pleated skirt and built-in self bra (available in six color options). Other new items include the Love tank, a racerback, features mesh side and back insets (also in six colors), and the Spin skort is a 14.5” jersey knit skort with a scalloped front and mesh underlay.  


With its robust embroidery capabilities done in-house, one of Antigua’s specialties is outfitting tournaments officials and teams with logoed apparel expertly and quickly. For the Family Circle Cup, the premiere U.S. clay court event on the WTA Tour, Antigua outfits the officials, umpires and ball kids. Antigua has also helped with smaller tournaments around the country and outfitted high school teams and tennis academies.

Antigua also designs and distributes apparel and accessories under the Dunlop and Slazenger brands in the United States and Canada.

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