Stay cool with Ping's newest apparel

2016 03 Coolmax Polo Mr

• Designs first to feature Ping's Coolmax All Season fabric
• Includes a number of new polo shirt and sweater styles

• All of the products are performance-led with comfort

Gear | Ping 2016 apparel

Ping has revealed its new Spring/Summer men’s clothing collection and all of the designs feature the brand’s newest comfort and performance technology.

Named Coolmax All Season fabric technology, which has been designed to move moisture away from the skin, keeping you cool and comfortable out on the golf course.

This marks the second Spring/Summer collection since Ping took the apparel arm of its business back in-house in 2014. Last year’s designs saw Ping take a significant change in direction in terms of style and performance and this new collection for 2016 appears to be another step in the right direction.

“At Ping, we continually strive to engineer every single product to deliver maximum performance in all conditions,” said Andy Solheim, Ping’s executive vice president. “We are particularly excited about the introduction of Coolmax fabric technology into the 2016 apparel range, and believe it has enabled us to take garment engineering to the next level, while maintaining exceptional quality and refined visual appearance.”

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Ping says that step is showcased by the Atlas Heather and Radar Striped polo shirts, which combine the quick drying, natural feel, lightweight and breathable fabric with a tailored fit.

Other designs to look out for in the collection are the Midas Half Zip and Sierra Sweaters, which bring together the Coolmax All Season fabric with fine Merino Wool to create a high quality product that is both breathable and able to stand up to the rigours of the golf course.

Ping Spring/Summer ’16 collection - key details

Sizes:  XS – XXL
Prices:
 Radar Striped Polo - £65; Atlas Heathered Polo - £65; Midas Half Zip Sweater - £75; Sierra Sweater - £70
More info:
pingcollection.co.uk

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