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exclusive golf wear collection!

🌟 Elevate your athletic style with our latest collection: an exclusive collaboration with renowned artist Roy Henry Vickers, bringing you a fusion of art and performance in our Canadian-made, eco-friendly Golf/Tennis Wear! 🎨

⛳  Drive into the world of high-performance golf activewear that seamlessly blends comfort and style. Designed to accompany you on or off the greens/tennis court, our collection ensures you stay at the top of your game while making a bold Canadian fashion statement.🍁

♻️  Become part of the shift towards sustainability. Embrace our dedication to the environment through each item in this eco-conscious collection, showcasing our commitment to both functionality and the planet’s well-being. Find confidence in wearing garments that align with your values, benefiting both you and the environment.

🌟 Be a part of the movement with our new arrivals, featuring the exclusive Roy Henry Vickers collaboration. Turn heads, stand out, and radiate confidence as you step onto the court or the course in our must-have pieces. This is not just activewear; it’s a statement of style and purpose.

Receive free shipping on all orders over $175 in Canada and USA

Please allow 4-8 weeks for shipping.

NoMiNoU Made in Canada

Made in Canada

Designed, printed and manufactured entirely in Canada
NoMiNoU Eco-Friendly

Eco-Friendly Materials

Such as polyester made from post-consumer recycled BPA-free water bottles, rayon made from bamboo, and TENCEL™ fabric made from sustainably sourced wood, all printed with eco-friendly water-based inks
NoMiNoU partners with international artists

True Collaborations

We support our artists with industry-high commissions and royalties

Ladies Golf Skorts

Ladies Polo Tank

Ladies Polo Shirt

Ladies Polo Dress

Men's Polo Shirt

We are proud to be partnered with:
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Call to Action #92
"Commit to meaningful consultation, building respectful relationships, and obtaining the free, prior, and informed consent of Indigenous peoples before proceeding with economic development projects."
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