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Castore unveils first Golf Apparel Collection

12.21pm 25th March 2019 - New Products - This story was updated on Wednesday, March 27th, 2019

British sportswear brand Castore has launched a debut golf apparel and accessories collection which boasts a range of items featuring advanced engineering and unique technical fabrics.

Designed to optimise freedom of movement and perform in all conditions, Castore’s first ever range of golf-specific clothing has been two years in the planning and execution. Tested on over 60 courses across 20 countries around the world, the collection focuses on delivering unrivalled comfort, fit and performance, and total protection for the elements.

Jackets feature an innovative sonic-welded construction, five-way stretch, and laser-cut engineering. Performance-enhancing details include mesh-lined collars for additional warmth, torso and cuff adjustability for superior fit, and front pocket layering for ball storage.

Designed to worn on and off the golf course, Castore’s range of polo shirts deliver the optimal blend between style, comfort and performance. Using unique fabrics that enhance temperature regulation and deliver exceptional against-the-skin comfort, the shirt’s offer five-way stretch designed to move with the body during the swing. Performance-enhancing features include advanced airflow, moisture management and sweat-wicking.

Castore’s trousers and shorts are tailored to provide a comfortable cut around the upper quad and calf muscles, while an interior fabric treatment maximizes sweat wicking to eliminate chafing, even in the warmest conditions. Bonded front pockets provide full weather protection, while a hidden inner tee pocket and laser-cut back pockets provide useful extra storage. Innovative moisture management properties maximize comfort in all conditions, while an extended ankle zipper makes them easy to take off.

The Castore Golf Collection launches online at from the beginning of April, with prices from £70 for polos, £115 for tops, £150 for trousers, and £325 for jackets.

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