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The EDGE from Sunice

12.02am 17th October 2012 - New Products - This story was updated on Tuesday, October 16th, 2012

Taking its inspiration from PGA and European Tour young guns, the new Sunice Edge collection has a trimmer fit, sleek style and is packed full of cool details.

Sunice Edge is made up of a range of garments that allow golfers to create a layering system. Outerwear is all made from GORE-TEX® with Paclite® technology – the lightest, most packable of Gore’s waterproof membranes. Mid layers use WINDSTOPPER® technology, which thanks to its high level of breathability offer real comfort and protection for everyday play. The collection also includes Silver polos, using X-STATIC® fabric technology featuring 99.9% pure silver, which is recognized as one of the most effective anti-microbial agents in the world.

“When we began drawing Edge we wanted to create a different feel and fit while keeping our superior technical features, Freedom of Play™ and comfort”, says Mark Fletcher, president of Sunice.  “We feel that we have succeeded in doing so all while respecting our roots and the Sunice DNA.  Edge features superior fabrics and we have already witnessed great response in our early showings. The name came naturally to this “cutting-edge” collection.”

As well as performance, Edge is all about looks. The black, white and lime color palette is striking and embossed logos, interesting placements and striking contrast color zip designs bring the collection up to date.

Sunice Edge is launched as part of the SS13 collection and is set to appeal to a golfer looking for the right balance of market leading technologies, and appealing, contemporary designs.


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