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Whether it’s playing overseas on the windswept links courses of the UK and Ireland or toughing it out long after most golfers have put their clubs away for the season, recent advances in clothing technology have made playing golf in inclement weather easier than ever.
New materials like those in Sun Mountain’s Rainflex Pants keep golfers warm while providing plenty of room for a free-flowing swing. Not only are shoes waterproof, but so, too, are gloves. It seems that with the developments in apparel and accessories, the only thing that can keep golfers off the course is a good nor’easter. Then again, people are golfing across glaciers in Greenland.
PING Sport Stripe Hat
This 100-percent acrylic hat features the PING logo on the front. One size fits all, comes in three colors.
TaylorMade 32-Degree Cold Weather Glove
A dual-faced microfiber fleece back stretches to conform to an individual’s hand shape. Comes in pairs.
The award-winning double-canopy design features raindrop-shaped wind-release vents that keep the umbrella intact and you dry.
Fidra V-Neck Sweater
This light V-Neck sweater features the FIDRA shield; a signature look that’s sure to pop up on the company’s latest offerings.
Zero Restriction Waterproof Reversible Half Sleeve
Features a waterproof breathable shell and Expansion Back Pleats that remove restriction from the back and shoulders.
Cleveland 4-15 Stand Bag
Vibrant colors help the 4-15 Stand Bag stand out on cloudy days. Comes with a large clothing pocket and rain hood for those wet days.
Sun Mountain Rainflex Pants
Waterproof zippers and stretch-taped seams keep your legs dry. Plus, the Rainflex Pants slip on easily and fit comfortably over your trousers. Comes with a two-year waterproof guarantee.
FJ’s newest offering features an aluminized fiberglass TPU stability bridge for midfoot support and seven TPU PODS for superior ground support.