Nike golf clothing's so cool!

'CoolMax range keeps golfers fresh and focussed'

Bob Warters
Wed, 24 Jun 2009


Paul Casey wears the CoolMax half-zip sweater

  WE ALL tend to get a little hot under the collar when it comes to playing golf - as our concentration intensifies, our body temperature rises and the need to feel focussed and cool under pressure becomes paramount.

During typical European summers staying calm without getting sweaty, keeping warm without perspiring is vital and the design and technology teams at Nike believe they’ve found the ultimate golf clothing in CoolMax – a fabric that delivers comfort during the normal exertions of everyday life and sporting activity.

Developed to meet the demanding needs of top class athletes, CoolMax includes a fibre-based moisture management system to move perspiration away from the body and through the fabric, where it can evaporate quickly, allowing cooler, more comfortable experience.

Nike Golf’s latest Spring/Summer ’09 Border Collection features men’s CoolMax Merino half zip top woollen jumper (£65) in sail/black ( modelled by world no.3 Paul Casey), black/granite and black forest/bright cactus, mesh pattern on the back, side and arms.

The CoolMax V-neck sweater (£50) and the CoolMax Merino vest (£45) are available in similar colours and the women’s CoolMax cardigan (£55) and women's CoolMax sweater (£50) are available in watermelon, purple slate and classic charcoal. All items are machine washable.

 

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