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PING Collection take on-course protection to new level

7.47am 14th June 2011 - New Products - This story was updated on Saturday, June 25th, 2011

PING Collection’s Autumn/Winter 2011 range includes the ground-breaking new UnderPAR Thermal and UnderPAR Thermal Half Zip base layers. Made from 88% polyester and 12% elastane/dry fibre to increase thermal efficiency, these essential layering garments provide a much needed flexibility and performance combination desired by all golfers in cold weather conditions.

Forming part of PING Collection’s popular UnderPAR range, the UnderPAR Thermal Half Zip and UnderPAR Thermal offer the ultimate in on-course protection. They feature a stretched, brushed back fabric for inner comfort whilst moisture movement and thermal properties along with an Anti-bacterial finish ensure you remain completely insulated without compromising on style. Both garments also feature strong PING branding on the neck and the right sleeve.

Whilst the UnderPAR Thermal provides golfers with a more classic look, the Half Zip model will make more of a statement on the fairways with contrast colour side panels and a modern zip neck opening for adjustability and convenience.

UnderPAR Thermal is available in the following colour options, Regal Blue/White, Black/Burnt Orange, White/Shadow and Black/Green Grass, with a suggested retail price of £40/€50.

UnderPAR Thermal Half Zip is available in two appealing colour options, Black/Shadow and White/Shadow, with a suggested retail price of £46/€57.50.

PING Collection




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