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Golf weatherwear firm ProQuip launches new trophy suit
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Sep '12
ProQuip, the world's leading innovator of lightweight golf weatherwear, is launching the new Trophy Suit, giving all golfers the opportunity to benefit from the high-performance fabric technology developed for the 2012 European Ryder Cup Team rain suit.

The new, technical garment will go on sale September 25 to coincide with 39th Match of The Ryder Cup at Medinah Country Club, Chicago, Illinois, offering the golfing public a version of the feather-light, super-quiet weatherwear to be worn by Captain José María Olazábal and his squad.

The slim-fit suit, which features an exclusively developed ultra-lightweight waterproof fabric with high-performance breathability, has been created to the exacting standards of the world's best tournament professionals, and offers athletic freedom of movement with complete comfort and protection in all conditions.

The distinctive fabric is also crease-free, so continues to look good even after being stored in a golf bag.

Peter Dalton, ProQuip USA CEO, said: "We know from the experience of The 2010 Ryder Cup that the weather can be a factor and that keeping players dry and comfortable and enabling them to perform at their best is imperative. That's why the design team has pulled out all the stops to develop this world-class technical fabric, which has been rigorously tested to create what we believe is our best ever rain suit.

"The Ryder Cup team demands ultra-lightweight, quiet, super-comfortable waterproofs and this is precisely what we have delivered with the Trophy Suit."

ProQuip has supplied more Ryder Cup teams - European and American - than any other clothing manufacturer, and the new Trophy Suit is the latest in a long line of award-winning technical innovations from the specialist Scotland-based manufacturer. Marblehead-based ProQuip USA is the North American distributor for the brand.

The Trophy Suit jacket is available in an array of colors and sizes (S-XXXL) with matching black trousers and, like all ProQuip rain suits, is guaranteed for three years. 

ProQuip USA

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