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Divots unveils lightweight sweater vests
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Oct '11
Divots Sportswear, one of the largest private-label golf apparel companies in the country, is featuring a new range of comfortable, lightweight sweater vests in its 2011 Fall Apparel Collection.

The stylish vest features a mock collar with a quarter-zip, banded sleeves and is offered in a cotton/acrylic blend for incomparable comfort, warmth and durability. It also features a water-repellent finish for protection against the elements.

According to Divots President Bob Friedman, "In addition to be being stylish and lightweight, our sweater vest collection is now fully stocked in-house and ready for immediate fall shipment."

The Divots sweater vests come in five colors: Black, Navy, Grey, Heather and Natural.

Divots Sportswear Company, Inc. is one of the oldest private golf apparel companies in the U.S. For 35 years it has been recognized for providing quality men's and lady's golf apparel and consummate customer service to green-grass golf shops, golf outings, corporate functions and special events.

The company's extensive line of specialty products is geared to meeting a range of price points, with quick turnaround on a wide selection of in-stock items.

Divots Sportswear


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