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Cross Sportswear Is Back With A Bang In Golf

11.29am 5th August 2015 - Corporate

Cross Sportswear _I7Q1074 klar_0Cross Sportswear, the Swedish pioneer of high performance stretch, breathable and waterproof fabrics, is back with a stunning new golf collection for 2016 totalling over 90 men’s and ladies’ garments and accessories.

Great fabrics and innovative FTX technology provide the golfer with the ultimate in comfort whilst being uncompromising in functionality and style.

Renowned for its highly technical and supremely wearable products, the stylish Swedish brand has unveiled a full range of waterproofs, windwear, knitwear, polo shirts, trousers, shorts, skirts, skorts, base layers and accessories and gives golf retailers the opportunity to offer their customers fully co-ordinated Cross Sportswear outfits – whatever the weather.

At the helm of the Golf Collection 2016 is a portfolio of technical rainproof and windproof apparel featuring highly waterproof, stretchy and breathable fabrics and technologies – including the outstanding FTX™ System.

For example, there’s a choice of three waterproof suit styles – the flagship Edge, mid-range Pro and entry-level Cloud.

The Edge Jacket (RRP £217) offers Cross Sportswear’s ultimate Level 1 protection from the elements but remains superlight, soft and quiet, stretchable and incredibly comfortable when playing golf.

It features the company’s FTX™ technology, a three-layer sandwich construction of outer shell, membrane and inner lining which delivers the ultimate 20,000 mm waterproofing and 20,000 g/m2/24h breathability.

With Bemis tape-sealed seams, a water repellent front zipper, adjustable collar, cuffs and hem and microfleece chin guard, it also has a full three-year waterproof guarantee. As well as its outstanding weather beating properties, the Edge also offers four-way stretch which makes it extremely comfortable.

In a contemporary ‘narrow’ fit, the jacket is available in three colour schemes (Charcoal/White, White and Charcoal) and sizes S-XXL. A zip-off sleeve, quarter zip Edge Pullover is also available in Sunburst Orange with white sleeves and charcoal back panel, or white with grey sleeves.

Matching Edge Pants (RRP £173) and Edge Chino (RRP £145) waterproof trousers, in waist sizes S-XXL and a variety of leg lengths, complete the set.

Said Steve Shaw of Cross Sportswear. “As a Swedish brand, being at the forefront in seeking and applying the best and latest technologies is one of our highest priorities.

“As a result, we offer the most playable weatherwear in golf. Over the years Cross Sportswear has acquired unique knowledge and experience in sourcing fabrics and materials for creating garments that allow golfers to perform optimally without being restrained by their clothing.

“Our garments are designed to give golfers freedom regardless of weather, temperature and other conditions, both on and off the golf course.”

Classic patterns, modern fits, a clear-cut design with a sober aesthetic and a colourful palette that reflects the mentality and environment of Stockholm – the fashion hub for European design – are important elements behind the collection 2016.

Working with Cross Sportswear has never been easier with UK banking and a team of 7 sales people that covers the whole of the UK.

For more information on the Cross Sportswear Golf Collection 2016, contact Steve Shaw on 07739 077793, or email


UK & North East

Steve Shaw

Mob: 07739 077793


North West

Louisa Fletcher

Mob: 07773 235307



Alan Chenery

Mob: 07713 327639


South West

Trevor Brinkworth

Mob: 07979 230012


South East

Peter Newman

Mob: 07889 371727


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