The 2013 International Team outerwear will include a selection of gear to protect from rain, wind and the cold.
In developing the program - Sunice wanted to ensure that the player's and caddies were provided the best defense against any and all possible weather conditions. It was decided at that point Gore Tex fabrics would be the best choice for protection from rain and wind.
Garments constructed with Gore Tex fabric enhanced with Paclite technology ensure the lightest weight performance fabric. Coupled with this technology and the uniquely designed construction of each of the selected garments, Sunice was able guarantee full freedom of movement to the players, allowing them to perform at their best in ultimate comfort and protection.
"We share Nick Price's confidence that his team will be equipped with the very best performance outerwear available and well prepared for any challenging weather condition they may face", said Mark Fletcher, President of Sunice.
The outerwear for The Presidents Cup 2013 International Team uniforms will be constructed of Gore Tex fabrics enhanced with Paclite Technology and Windstopper 3L soft-shells. The players' uniform package includes: a full-zip rain jacket with stretch back panel inserts, short sleeve rain pullover, rain pants, and a Windstopper full stretch 3Layer softshell vest and, of course, the final piece to the uniform, a waterproof bucket hat.
Caddies' outerwear will include: a full-zip rain jacket with stretch back panel inserts, short sleeve rain pullover, rain pants, Windstopper full stretch 3 Layer softshell vest and a waterproof bucket hat. Players' significant others will be provided: a full-zip jacket with removable hood, rain pants, 3Layer soft-shell car coat and a waterproof bucket hat.
Sunice garments will also be featured in the on-site Presidents Cup merchandise tent selling President Cup logoed outerwear and layering pieces.
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