PING Collection, producers of golf’s leading performance clothing range, have unveiled an exciting series of shorts for the male golfer.
Sunnier climbs are upon us, and with the warmer weather it has become increasingly necessary for golfers to maintain a preferential body temperature during their round. PING Collection solved this issue through extensive research into fabric technology, which has ensured they make simply the best all-weather, climate maintaining golf attire in the world.
Two of the three short designs (Leithand Lagoon) feature PING Collection’s signature Stretch Fabric, designed to allow all golfers to make a completely free, athletic swing without any unnecessary hindrance. All are also available in full-length options, featuring the same enhanced performance characteristics found in the shorts.
Fronting the collection isLeith. Available in two vibrant colour stories; taupe multi and cerise multi, this item has a standout, bold yarn-dyed check pattern, sure to bring a vivacious feel to the course this summer. The check pattern makes this a real statement garment, set to liven up fairways acrossEuropethis summer.
Also in the new collection is Lagoon. This classic looking short is livened through yarn dyed stripes that feature prominently in both colour option; white/thistle and black multi.
Lagoon, along with others in the collection, is structured with PING Collection’s customary dry fibre technology. This wicks moisture away from the body which helps maintain a preferable climate, even in searing heat.
Completing this exciting new series is the ultra-lightweight Volt short. This classic short is offered in an extensive range of colour options, including a lively cerise shade, black, navy, taupe and white. Volt’s features include moisture movement properties, and excellent crease resistance.
Suggest Retail Price: Leith; £49.99; Lagoon: £49.99; Volt: £34.99
PING Collection www.pingcollection.co.uk
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