Golf’s leading specialist clothing manufacturer, PING Collection, have launched a forward-thinking new clothing range to cater for golfers of all ages and abilities. The brand’s spring/summer 2013 offering holds an excellent array of golf-specific garments, gathered from years of research dedicated to obtaining simply the best performing fabrics available. This experience, combined with a genuine flair for colour coordination has led to an expansive offering that will be worn worldwide by passionate golfers.
PING Collection have long been established as a market leader in hybrid-fabric innovation, and this heritage is continued through a soft, poly-cotton material found in several new garments, including the excellent Miro polo-shirt.
From a design perspective, this is PING Collection’s most varied range yet. Exciting new developments have been included, such as the Bodmin gilet, which is sure to turn heads on the fairways during the sunny season. This and every other garment in the collection is guaranteed to offer supreme comfort, performance and freedom of movement, no matter the conditions, allowing you to Play Your Best.
Fiona Reilly, PING Collection’s Senior Designer, said: “Through our spring/summer 2013 collection, we’ve continued our ethos of developing the best performing, technical, golf specific attire on the market. This, combined with the advanced aesthetics present throughout the range, including striking print designs, creates a range that is surely our most advanced to date. I genuinely feel that this collection will help golfers to play their best, no matter the circumstances.
“Dry Fibre, Thermal and Hydro Pro Dynamics have helped establish PING Collection as the market-leader in producing golf performance clothing. Therefore, we have evolved this technology to meet the needs of the spring/summer months. We firmly believe this is our most-advanced collection to date, both from a performance and design perspective.”
PING Collection www.pingcollection.co.uk
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