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Get Ahead: Get a Glenmuir Hat

12.53am 30th October 2012 - New Products

One of the very best ways to stop cold weather affecting performance on the golf course is with a knitted or fleece hat – and they don’t come much more effective than Glenmuir’s new 2012 headwear range.

The famous Scottish knitwear company, official suppliers to the victorious European Ryder Cup Team, has launched three new winter hats all specifically designed to keep the cold at bay.

Brodie is a lightweight peaked cap with a super-warm fleece lining, ear flaps and a back chord adjuster for a snug fit. RRP £17.50, colours Black and Navy.

Lauriston is one of the smartest winter hats on the market, knitted with the proud Glenmuir brand name in a contrast colour and at an angle around the entire shape. RRP £14.30, colours Navy/Cobalt, Tulip/Starfish, White/Grey, Black/Grey.

Tinto, a plain knitted hat which can also be turned up, is available in four colours – Grey, Cobalt, Glamour and Winter white. RRP £11.

All hats are available as one size fits all and represent superb value for money from one of the world’s biggest golf clothing companies, which has been making outstanding golfwear since 1891.

Glenmuir’s new Autumn Winter 2012 Collection features more than 125 products for Men, Lady and Junior golfers in two all-new colour schemes; Winter Sun (blacks, greys, rose, iris and white); Urban Retreat (black, reds, dark greens and creams).

Glenmuir www.glenmuir.com

       

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