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Glenmuir launches new men's waterproof jacket range
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Mar '13
Glenmuir, one of Europe's leading golfwear brands and boasting 122 years of Scottish golf heritage, launches a new range of men's waterproofs for 2013.

Famous for supplying The European Ryder Cup Team with shirts and knitwear since 1987, Lanark-based Glenmuir also excels in the field of weatherwear and introduces the 'Balfour' and 'Endrick' jackets alongside the matching 'Appin' trousers.

Manufactured from a supremely light and stretchable waterproof outer fabric with a high-performance breathable lining, Balfour features a full-length zip, easy-to-use self-fabric waist and cuff adjusters, with a drawstring hem.

It features smart white contrast shoulder panels and contemporary piping at the collar and cuffs. With a three-year waterproof guarantee, the jacket delivers outstanding waterproof protection.  

Eldrick combines all the features and performance of the Balfour, but with a half-zip.

Golfers can team up the jackets with the Appin trousers, again designed with supreme weather-beating in mind.

With elasticated waist, drawstring adjuster, zip fly, ankle zips and adjusters and three leg lengths, these are high-quality waterproof trousers that perform in the most arduous of conditions.

All the new waterproofs come with a three-year guarantee and sit alongside Glenmuir's popular men's RainBloc collection, which includes the RainBloc Light jacket and RainBloc Drive trousers.

Glenmuir has been the preferred supplier of shirts and knitwear to The European Ryder Cup Team since 1987, in one of the longest-running partnerships in professional sport.

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