Sunderland of Scotland’s apparel collection for Spring/Summer 2020 features a range performance-enhancing, weather-beating products for men and women offered in a bold variety of colour palettes.
As well as pledging to ensure that golfers across the world are ‘Never Weather Beaten’, Sunderland of Scotland has also made a commitment to producing its technical products in a way that does least impact to the environment, with the brand championing a new ‘Never Earth Beaten’ message.
The company has committed to ensuring that all chemical discharge from the dyeing and manufacturing processes at its factories will go through a waste water treatment management system which returns the discharge to its original water state before discharging back into the sea or river.
Mikhel Ruia, managing director of Sunderland of Scotland, said: “Sunderland of Scotland has always innovated cutting-edge technologies and design to build our technical high performance products are our Spring/Summer 2020 collection ensures our wearers that they will be ‘Never Weather Beaten’. What is exciting is that we are continually pioneering new methods of manufacturing and craftsmanship to limit any damage to the environment, and this commitment is captured in our ‘Never Earth Beaten’ campaign.”
2020 S/S MEN’S COLLECTION HIGHLIGHTS
The Whispedry Pro-Lite jacket in gunmetal marl is featherlight, breathable and fully waterproof with stretch (RRP £150).
The Quebec jacket (RRP £130) has been enhanced with ultraviolet contrast zips with gunmetal four-way stretch panels for ultimate freedom of movement, and silver reflective trims and branding, while the Vancouver Pro Jacket (RRP £120) boasts ultraviolet-coloured zips and piping.
Windshirts made from a three-layer interlock, four-way stretch fabric are extremely wind and shower proof, while remaining lightweight. Ultraviolet/gunmetal/black colour options have been added to the Nevis (RRP £80), and its half-sleeve counterpart, the Himalayas (RRP £75).
New in the Coldwear range is the Anton padded gilet (RRP £75) and Zermatt padded jacket (RRP £80), made from robust nylon and padded down, which retains heat to insulate the body whilst being incredibly lightweight and breathable. The flattering stretch side and chest panels are upgraded design features following on from the success of the Vermont and Ontario styles.
The ever-popular Aspen midlayer (RRP £70) protects from the elements with its Teflon-coated, interlock stretch fabric, and Hamsin water repellent lined sweater (RRP £90) have both been refreshed with the striking new SS20 colour.
LADIES’ COLLECTION HIGHLIGHTS
The ladies’ Whispedry Tech-Lite jacket is soft touch, featherlight, breathable and fully waterproof with stretch (RRP £150) and comes in the Silver Marl/Magenta SS20 colourway.
New for ladies’ rainwear is the Killy jacket (RRP £120). Made from a lightweight polyester technical fabric with mechanical stretch, the panelling achieves a slimmer silhouette.
New for Coldwear is the Arosa midlayer (RRP £70), which is thermal brush backed for warmth, Teflon-coated for water repellency, and four-way stretch for enhanced freedom of movement. The Tania (RRP £75) shower and windproof padded gilet and Nova fleece jacket (RRP £80) have been introduced in a striking new magenta colour options. The Zonda lined sweater (RRP £75) looks fresh in white/magenta.
The full Sunderland of Scotland collection brochure can be viewed here and will be available online and instore from February 2020.