FootJoy‘s new Hydro Series rainwear features DryJoys waterproof technology and includes a protective option for every golfer during the colder and wetter months.
Headlining the range is the HydroTour jacket (RRP £225), which features DrySeal Technology and is designed to withstand the most extreme weather conditions. A double collar with a cinch cord on the inner layer keeps rain out, while drainage holes on the outer layer prevent water from running down the back of the neck. A three-panel construction with fewer seams and multi-directional stretch fabric provides a full range of motion. It is offered two colour options, black with charcoal and lime or navy with black and bright red.
The HydroLite (£170) is a lightweight waterproof rain jacket with added breathability and a four-way stretch fabric. Better suited to warmer conditions, it is 100% waterproof and its breathable construction ensures comfort, while the lightweight fabric folds to a compact size for easy storage. It is available in five colourways, including a tonal marble-effect print in black and navy, in addition to a chevron pattern design in black with grey and lime, royal with black and silver and navy with bright red and white.
Offering the wearability of a midlayer with the performance of a rain jacket, the versatile HydroKnit 1/4 Zip jacket (£150) is made from a four-way stretch fabric and 30% lighter weight construction than the previous version. It also boasts new hand pockets and DWR finish throughout. It is offered in black and grey with lime, navy and denim, and charcoal with bright red and white.
All three jackets are accompanied by matching waterproof trousers that offer a revised fit and more tapered feel and can be used as a stand-alone trouser as well as an over-trouser, depending on conditions. The HydroTour (£170) is available in black, while the HydroLite (£120) and HydroKnit trouser (£150) are available in black or navy.