Efinger Sporting Goods

Retailer of all types of sports equipment, clothing, athletic gear, hunting and fishing gear since 1909.

Choosing Golf Apparel

The sport of golf has always been known as a fashionable one, and most golf courses have strict dress codes that players must adhere to. These fashion rules are not just about looking great, but about maintaining etiquette and comfort. Watch this video to hear golf pro Michael Samaniego discuss golf apparel and how to dress for the game.

Once you have some inspiration, visit Efinger Sporting Goods to choose some new golf apparel. Efinger has been selling sporting goods, including athletic equipment and apparel, in the Bridgewater area since 1909. Call Efinger today at (732) 356-0604 or check out their online store to learn more about the sporting goods and apparel we offer for men, women, and children.

A Guide to Buying a New Bicycle

Whether you’re a bicycle novice or just haven’t ridden one in a while, picking out a new bike can be a difficult decision. Blindly walking into a sporting goods store with its multitude of options can make it difficult to decide on a new bicycle. Take some time before you shop to consider the following guide before making your purchase.

Determine Your Primary Use for the Bicycle

How often do you plan on riding? What kind of rides do you want to go on? If you’re buying a bicycle primarily for the occasional casual ride, you’ll want a very different bike than one used for racing or mountain biking. Thinking about your goals will make it much easier to choose the right bicycle for your lifestyle.

Pick Bike Components That Fit Your Comfort Level

Different bicycle models have different components, or bicycle parts, that may not be comfortable for every rider. For instance, some women cyclists find certain seat styles more comfortable than ones designed for men. The seat type and handlebar placement of beach cruisers is very different than that of road bikes. Some bicycles have multiple gears, some have foot brakes, and some have hand brakes. Ask a sales associate at the sports store if you can try a few different models to find the one most comfortable for you.

Consider Your Budget

Once you have an idea of what kind of cycling you plan on doing and the type of bike you want, figure out a price range. Bicycle prices can range from as little as one hundred dollars, into the thousands of dollars. Knowing what you’re willing to spend will make it easier to decide what brand of bicycle you will be able to purchase, and what additional bicycle components you can afford.

If you’re planning on buying a bicycle in Bridgewater, visit Efinger Sporting Goods today or speak with a friendly member of their staff by calling (732) 356-0604. You can also browse our bicycles and cycling gear on our website, along with other sporting goods we offer.

Getting Ready for the Baseball Season

Whether you play little league, high school, college, or minor league ball, you want to give yourself as much time as possible to prepare for the first pitch of the new season. Here are some tips to get ready for the regular season from your friends at Efinger Sporting Goods of Bridgewater.

Work on Your Swing

The off-season is the perfect time to work on the mechanics of your swing. Watch yourself swing a bat in front of a mirror or have a friend film you while taking batting practice. Do you hold your shoulders right? Do you swing at the right angle? Are your feet set apart correctly and do you shift your weight evenly through the swing? These are just a few of the aspect to look at when working on your swing.

Build Strength and Stamina

You can get far in baseball with skill, but skill alone will not make you an all-star. Building muscle and improving your cardiovascular strength can really improve your overall game. If you are new to strength and cardio training, work with a trainer to safely build muscle and improve your stamina.

Gear Up

With the new season approaching, be sure to visit your local sporting goods store to stock up on the gear and training equipment you need to be the best ball player you can be. If you’ve outgrown your old glove, get a new baseball glove that fits your hand and is designed for the position you play. Training equipment such as swinging nets and pitching machines can help you get in some additional training time after practice and on the weekends.

Efinger Sporting Goods has everything you need to dominate on the diamond, regardless of your position or skill level. Visit our sports store in Bridgewater for bats, gloves, protective gear, apparel, bags, accessories, and training equipment. You can also browse our selection of baseball gear online. Call us at (732) 356-0604 for additional information.

What Equipment Do You Need for Field Hockey?

Field hockey is one of the fastest growing sports in the United States. If you are interested in playing field hockey, you’ll need a field hockey stick sized to your height and style of play. You will also need protective equipment including a mouthguard, gloves, and shin guards. The type of field you play on will determine the appropriate footwear. Goalies require more protective gear than field players, including a full-cage helmet, throat protector, chest protector, leg guards, and kickers.

No matter what position you play, Efinger Sporting Goods has all the gear and equipment you need to play field hockey in Bridgewater. Visit our sporting goods store for field hockey sticks, balls, protective gear, and team apparel. Call our sports store at (732) 356-0604 to speak with one of our associates about the field hockey gear you need.

Choosing a Team Sport for Your Son or Daughter

Team sports like baseball, softball, basketball, and soccer teach children a number of skills that will benefit them in life, including how to work with others and overcome adversity. Playing a team sport will also give your son or daughter confidence in his or her abilities and help them make lifelong friends. If you’ve ever been to a sporting goods store in Bridgewater, you know how many sports there are to choose from—so how do you know which one is right for your child? Here are some tips to help.

Pay Attention to Your Child’s Interests

There are plenty of team sports to choose from, many of which will align with your child’s interests. For example, if your child is an avid swimmer, consider signing your son or daughter up for swim team. If your child loves to run around and kick ball, he or she will probably love soccer.

Attend Sporting Events

Take opportunities to attend sporting events in your area, and not just professional matches. Little league games, youth soccer matches, and tennis tournaments are just a few examples of cheap sporting events that will allow your son or daughter to see what different games look like and decide which one he or she wants to try.

Take Your Child to the Sporting Goods Store

Visit your local sporting goods store and let your child wonder through the aisles. Take note of the sporting equipment and gear your child gravitates toward. Your child may immediately pick up a baseball glove or bat, or start dribbling a basketball. Whatever sport your child gravitates toward, that is a good place to start.

Efinger Sporting Goods store has everything your child needs to start a new sport. Visit our sporting goods store in Bridgewater for the best selection of baseball, basketball, soccer, hockey, volleyball, tennis, wrestling, and lacrosse gear. If you need help finding anything in particular, call us at (732) 356-0604.

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Hours of Operation:

  • 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Sunday
  • 9:30 AM to 8:00 PM Monday
  • 9:30 AM to 8:00 PM Tuesday
  • 9:30 AM to 8:00 PM Wednesday
  • 9:30 AM to 8:00 PM Thursday
  • 9:30 AM to 8:00 PM Friday
  • 9:00 AM to 5:30 PM Saturday