Sustainable golf and clothing shop, RADMOR, is now open at Bellevue Square. It is located on the second level, next to J. Crew.
The golf shop carries polos, t-shirts, sweatshirts, hats, ball markers, relief gel, golf gloves, and more. All items that are carried online are also carried in-store. Limited edition products are also available, including their women’s capsule collection.
The most popular styles of this brand, according to Morrison, are their t-shirts, polos, and sweatshirts. They all use Peruvian Pima cotton and BCI organic cotton combined with elastane (stretch) to create incredibly soft feeling garments.
RADMOR is the first brand in the golf industry to focus on the elimination of polyester, which is harmful to the environment. Less harmful and impactful is the fabric that they use, Pima cotton, while incorporating more environmentally responsible performance technologies.
RADMOR was started by two alumni golf players from the University of Washington, Scott Morrison and Bob Conrad. Bob was born and raised in the Bellevue area.
There are two RADMOR golf shop locations, Pioneer Square and Bellevue (Bellevue Square). Their first concept shop opened in Seattle in February 2021.
According to Morrison, “We’ve looked to expand RADMOR retail from the onset as it’s a key part of sharing our sustainability story.” Bellevue was always part of that plan, and when the opportunity arose at Bellevue Square, they jumped at the chance to become a part of The Bellevue Collection.
*Fun Fact* – The owners’ favorite courses on the Eastside are Overlake, Aldarra, Snoqualmie Ridge, and Glendale.
To learn more about RADMOR, visit their website.