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With their largest and most advanced range of off-season apparel yet, Ping’s Autumn/Winter range allows you to play through the seasons.

With everything to keep you warm and dry from head to toe, Ping has something for men and women this off-season.

Ping’s innovative Sensor technology is present throughout both the men’s and women’s ranges, with SensorDry and SensorWarm products helping you to keep playing through the toughest conditions.

Men’s collection highlights

Ping’s SensorDry Waterproof Series features a range of waterproof jackets and trousers to keep you dry when the heavens open on the course.

The SensorDry Graphene 2.5 suit is designed to offer golfers protection from water and wind, with thermal properties as well as increased breathability.

Meanwhile, the new SensorDry S2 Pro jacket is available in four new colourways. Designed with maximum comfort in mind, this is ideal for keeping you comfortable when conditions are poor.

Ping Autumn/Winter jacket

Similarly, the SensorDry S2 Pro Half-Zip offers a contemporary design, with two new colourways for maximum comfort and protection.

Finally, in the SensorDry range is the SensorDry S2 jacket. This is designed to offer complete freedom of movement in the swing and is offered in five different colours.

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The Ping Norse Series offers lightweight warmth, with PrimaLoft insulation and is constructed with stitch-free quilted ThermoPlume technology.

This range is ideal for those days where it’s dry but cold out on the course.

A new addition to this range is the Norse S5 Zoned Hooded jacket, something that offers golfers superior warmth and protection from the wind. Of course, the hood will give you even more protection from the elements.

Ping Autumn Winter vest

Also in this range is the Norse S5 vest, allowing for layering in the range and increased freedom of movement.

Women’s collection highlights

Ping’s Autumn/Winter 2023 range for women is their most expansive yet, with three prints in new seasonal colours, designed with style and versatility in mind, while keeping you protected from the elements on the course.

The Niki and Lola jackets are new additions for Ping this year, which utilise the lightweight and breathable Sorona Aura insulation for ultimate comfort and stability.

The Lola is a reversible vest which allows you to switch depending on what style you want that day, while the Niki is a full jacket that is packed with thermal technology to keep you warm.

Ping Autumn Winter lola vest

There’s three new colourways in Ping’s collection this year, the Mosaic Print, the Winter Bouqet and the Heritage Collection.

This year, Ping has expanded their knitwear collection with a number of new styles. Breanna, a full-zip sweater, gives a sophisticated looking jacket with additional quilted protection. The Hartley is a half-zip fully lined sweater alternative, that is engineered for warmth on cold and windy conditions.

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The Wendy is new to the collection with a mock neck design in all three colour options, making this the perfect layering option under the Lola vest, or to compliment the Breanna sweater.

Ping Autumn winter Niki

Another new layering piece is the Zenya. This half-zip long-sleeve top offers the versatility of being worn next to the skin or over a base layer. It’s constructed with SensorCool fabric to keep you comfortable in cold conditions.

Finally, there’s loads of accessories to complete the look from Ping this year. There’s the Paulina, a SensorWarm fleece lined bobble hat, Chance, a knitted visor headband and Zoe, a reversible fleece lined neck warmer.

For more information on the Ping Autumn/Winter range, click here.

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Lewis Fraser As bunkered’s Performance Editor, Lewis oversees the content that’s designed to make you a better player. From the latest gear to tuition, nutrition, strategy and more, he’s the man. A graduate of the University of Stirling, Lewis joined bunkered in 2021. Formerly a caddie at Castle Stuart Golf Links, he is a member of Bathgate Golf Club where he plays off four.

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