Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Sunice Golf 2016 Preview

If you've never owned anything from Sunice Golf, trust me, 2016 is definitely a great time to start. 


The new line-up covers every possible weather condition, from cold and wet, to dry and hot, and will be available in five categories based on those conditions: Rain, Wind, Thermal, Layers, and Sportswear.

Rain outerwear will feature three different technologies, available in three different price ranges based on the technology, fabric, and construction: GORE-TEX, FlexVent, and Zephal (shown in red below). 


Wind collection pieces will feature Shield 3L and X20 technologies.  Shield 3L jackets breath freely, with ample stretch for protection against light wind and precipitation. 

While X20 fabric jackets (like the Collins shown in green below), are more lightweight, and made from a fine, densely woven yarn with an emphasis on wind protection and breathability.  Both 3L and X20 pieces are coated with WxTech for water repellency. 


In the Thermal collection, the Franz jacket (shown in blue below) and Indigo vest have been updated with 3M Thinsulate.  This new insulation stays warm even when it gets wet, making it an ideal performer in the coldest conditions. 


And the Allendale pullover (shown in black below) remains a staple in the layers category, available in four new colors.  High-quality, double knit fabric makes it so comfortable it almost feels custom made. 


The Sportswear category once again features Silver X-Static and XT2 technologies, recognized as some of the most effective anti-microbial agents in the world. 

And new styles (like the Eastwood shown in blue below) feature Coollite performance fabrics for the ultimate marriage of function and style. 


The women's collection feature the same five categories and respective technologies, and will be available in vibrant new colors like the Elan (shown in Plumberry and Precious Purple below). 


You can find out more about the new 2016 Sunice Golf collection by checking out Sunice Golf.  And as always if you have any questions, shoot me an email here, or direct message on twitter @PGAPappas.

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