Mike Buchfuhrer, founder of Rose and Fire, has created a “Modern Classic” with his slick and rugged designs. You will not look at the golf club headcover the same after seeing what Mike and his team have made.
Mike’s passion is inspired by the company’s name sake Rose, his grandmother, who was a hat designer in the 1940s. Spending time with his family in the garment industry Mike has learned to execute his unique design vision.
Rose and Fire’s Los Angeles shop is where a group of skilled craftsmen build these masterful headcovers. Using military-grade and vintage denim machinery, they sew top quality materials chosen by the designer to be as much a part of the user’s style and personality as part their golf equipment.
Along with Mike’s creativity, classic style, and modem materials Rose and Fire has set the standard for design and quality in golf club protection. Every stich on each headcover is prefect right down to the genuine leather tag that identifies the club protected inside.
The collection includes:
– Military Camouflage (This ain’t your grandpa’s camo)
– Denim (Very Cool)
– Genuine Leather (Colorful Italian and Motorcycle in Black)
– Nylon Canvas (Colorful Options)
– Waxed Canvas (Classic and Durable)
Along with Rose and Fire’s ever expanding selection, they offer a number of hand made accessories including valuables bags, canvas totes, and hand hammered ball markers.
Rose and Fire is active on social media (Like them on Facebook, Follow then on Twitter, and Instagram) allowing customers and potential customers to open a direct dialog with customer service. The company’s website feathers a direct chat application were you can contact the man himself, Mike, if you have any question or concerns.
Unlike most manufactures, Rose and Fire offers an open and personal buying experience with a genuine appreciation for your business. So please take a moment to visit RoseandFire.com, connect with Mike and you will find top quality products and more importantly you will find top quality people.
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