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PING Collection Create Ladies Line with Coordinated Performance for 2014

11.34am 1st October 2013 - New Products

PING CollectionPING Collection, Europe’s leading golf clothing brand, have continued their famed performance elements while drawing upon sophisticated European design influences in their latest Spring/Summer 2014 ladies’ line.

The collection encompasses a distinguished colour palette, promoting effortless outfit coordination to complement the refined fit featured throughout.

“It’s unquestionably our most distinguished ladies’ range to date,” said Managing Director Simon McGuigan.

“Our design team have been heralded for their Autumn/Winter 2013 women’s line, and that’ll surely continue following the release of the Spring/Summer 2014 collection.

“Our significant research into materials allows us to ensure lady golfers benefit from the best performing clothing on the market. This has been the case for some time, while the real advancement in the SS14 range is the chic design and colour palette.”

Elegant colours, including Watermelon, Spearmint and Clay work alongside black and white base tones to create a distinctly feminine feel.

Standout garments include the Georgie sleeveless polo-shirt, which features a bold zip-front that rises into a chic turn-up collar. On the performance side, the garment features PING Collection’s SensorCool® technology and moisture movement properties, promoting long-lasting comfort, no matter the temperature.

Match Georgie with the beautifully constructed Edina cropped trouser for an elegant, understated look on the fairways this summer. The garment’s structure contains 14% Lycra Elastane that provides freedom of movement, allowing the lady golfer to complete an athletic swing consistently.

The full Spring/Summer 2014 ladies’ line is set to hit stores in February 2014, and will be available to purchase online.

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