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The Otter unveils women's outerwear collection
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Aug '12
American apparel maker The Otter Company is pleased to announce its all-new women’s 2013 outerwear collection for golfers and outdoor enthusiasts. Designed to extend playing sessions and seasons shortened by poor weather, the new collection includes the return of the popular women’s Storm Fleece Jacket, in new color combinations, and all-new selections in women’s golf jackets and vests.

“The new Otter Company collection for women is bright, bold and pretty,” said Debby Phelps, apparel designer for The Otter Company. “Every piece in the collection emphasizes both style and playability – and the new color combinations offer a dash of pop, flair and fun!”

“We are excited to expand our collection to include more choices for women,” said Martin Stebbins, The Otter Company founder and President. “We’ve demonstrated that weather repellant sportswear doesn’t require sacrificing performance, function or fit – now we also offer the style that women golfers expect.”

The Otter Company 2013 women’s outerwear collection includes the return of the popular Storm Fleece Jacket, the all-new Women’s Golf Jacket and the all-new Women’s Golf Vest.

Women’s Storm Fleece Jacket

With its smart tailoring, the comfort of cotton and the protection of a durable water repellent finish, it’s clear why the Women’s Storm Fleece Jacket has quickly become the choice of active women who demand style and non-binding athletic motion.

New! Women’s Golf Jacket

The all-new Women’s Golf Jacket is plush and cottony soft. It offers style, warmth and playability. With its pleated back vent and unique ruffled front yoke, mobility is ensured. A self-standing collar with storm flap and garage closure keeps the cold and wind away, and its two roomy pockets and rib knit cuffs and waistband finish the new product with flair.

New! Women’s Golf Vest

The all-new Women’s Golf Vest is a perfect second or third layer. It enhances the silhouette with vibrant side contrast panels and features the same chill-preventing self-standing collar with storm flap and garage closure as the new Women’s Golf Jacket.

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