With July 4 approaching, Bridgestone and the U.S. Army have come out with a pa- triotic golf ball. The Special Edition e6 Army golf ball ($35 a dozen) has the
same three-piece design of the normal e6 that earned gold-medal
honors on the Golf Digest Golf Ball Hot List, but the cosmetics are
inspired by the U.S. Army. The packaging is all digital camo, and
the Army logo is stamped on each ball. Bridgestone isn’t the only
company going camo. Adidas has released a limited-edition camo
footwear collection. The Adipower Boost ($190), Adipower Boost
Sport ($180) and Tour360 X Boa ($150) all have camo offerings.
Some of the shoes have uppers that are all camo, and others have
just a hint of it, so you can slowly work your way into adding cam-
ouflage this summer. —Keely Levins
and Bridgestone are among the
companies offering camo gear.