With a growing market for golfers to match accessories with their outfits, the leather ‘Tranter’ belt in three colours brown, white and black with a subtle Glenmuir 1891 logo on the stylish silver buckle.
While the classic brown and black belts blend seamlessly with all products in Glenmuir’s latest seasonal collection, the bold white version allows golfers to make a statement – especially when combined with the bright new Mango, Hot Pink and Kingfisher blue colour schemes which can be found throughout the clothing range. RRP £32.
Scotland-based Glenmuir is well-know for the quality of its golf socks and new Men’s and Ladies’ models have been introduced this year which feature special technology to help keep feet cool and fresh.
Ridley – a twin pack of men’s performance golf socks – features Coolmax moisture management and Aegis anti-bacterial technology for freshness. Made from a Cotton/Coolmax/Lycra/Polyester blend they offer cushioning, a comfort toe, heel grip, arch support and breathable mesh panel. Colours: White/Grey Marl and White Navy. Sizes UK 7-11. RRP £8.
For ladies, the twin pack Manon is a shorter 3″ performance sock with all the features of the Ridley. Colours are White/Hot Pink and White/Peapod. Sizes – UK 4-8. RRP £8.
Other socks available include the Men’s twin pack ‘Dunbar’ sock with a fully cushioned footstep in five colours (black, white, navy, stone, grey) while the ‘Logo Sock’ can be embroidered with a club crest or logo. RRP £7.50.
Also available is the twin-pack ‘Ardelle’ secret socks in white with contrast tipping in five colours RRP: £7.50 and ‘Jessica’, twin pack of 5″socks in white, black and stone RRP: £7.50.
For Spring/Summer 2011 Glenmuir offers a fully-coordinating collection of clothes and accessories with three new and modern colour schemes: Hot Summer where bright pink combines with navy, white and stone; Tequila Sunrise, with stunning mango and peapod accent colours against white, khaki and black; and Cool Waves, where vibrant kingfisher blue sits alongside yellow, black, white and mercury.
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