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End of the fair weather golfer?

1.15am 9th February 2005 - Corporate

If the wind howls and the rain pours, when the sun beats and the pressure’s on, Nike’s 2005 Course Conditions range has your back covered. This collection uses Nike Golf’s unique range of fabric technology and aims to provide all-weather solutions for 2005, providing unparalleled comfort and protection for players through every kind of weather.
The range includes varied use of Nike’s proprietary, lightweight fabrics:

  • Dri-FIT, fabric quickly pulls moisture away from the skin for rapid evaporation keeping you dry, cool and comfortable.
  • Therma-FIT, fabric is densely woven, quick drying, polyester micro fibre fleece engineered to keep wind and cold out and body heat in, because that downhill putt is the only thing that should make you shiver.
  • Clima-FIT, lightweight fabric resists wind and rain, yet is extremely breathable, keeping you comfortable with minimum bulk, because the ball should be the only thing getting in the way of your swing.
  • Storm-FIT, fabric utilises laminate technologies to bring you the ultimate in waterproof, windproof, breathable golf apparel. When Mother Nature becomes your playing partner.

Collectively they provide superior moisture management, warmth, wind and water resistance.
The range includes jackets, pullovers, trousers, vests and rainsuits, amounting to a serious solution to whatever the elements. This is the most comprehensive and varied collection that Nike Golf has released to date
Nike Golf www.nikegolfeurope.com

       

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