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Heritage Classic collection of cotton polos from Dunning
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Jan '09
Continuing its evolution as a leading men's sportswear brand, Dunning will introduce its Heritage Classic collection of 100-percent mercerized cotton polos in an array of traditional Fall colors at the 2009 PGA Merchandise Show in Orlando, FL (Booth #7693).

Completing Dunning's range of polo offerings – which also includes a variety of premium technical and cotton pique offerings – the Heritage Classic line features a modern, golf-specific fit with shorter sleeves and a trimmer body. Available in stripes and solids, the color palette for these luxurious prep staples includes dark navy, burgundy, hunter green, black and white.

“Many marquee customers have been asking for our timeless looks in a variety of fabric types,” says company founder Ralph Dunning. “Being able to show their clientele a true sportswear collection from a brand with an authentic golf heritage allows them to attract additional business, and to be more profitable.”

Shipping in early July, the Heritage Classic polos will be distributed at world class merchandisers throughout North America, including marquee country clubs and resorts. Its clean lines and complete consistency of fit provide discerning players with a truly classic look on the course and in casual or business environments. These, and a variety of other Dunning pieces, will be worn in competition by staff players like Masters champion Zach Johnson.

Manufactured to the highest production standards to ensure ultimate quality, Heritage Classic mercerized polos are part of Dunning's expansive Blue Label collection of cotton-based garments. These distinctive pieces retail for $90-$95 and are available in XS-2XL sizes.

About Dunning:
A 44-year-old Ontario native and lifelong athlete, Ralph Dunning is a former IRONMAN competitor and marathoner who boasts a 17-year heritage on the leading-edge of performance apparel design. His eponymous golf line is sold at marquee clubs and resorts throughout North America and worn in competition by scores of PGA Tour stars, including 2007 Masters champion Zach Johnson.

Dunning first garnered widespread acclaim in the 1990s for his Rip n' Hammer line of premium technical clothing for triathletes and cyclists. He also drew praise for work on behalf of some of the world's largest and most authentic sports brands, including Saucony, Reebok and Cervelo Cycles.

Working with only the best mills and manufacturing using ISO 9001 facilities allows Dunning to provide discerning consumers with a complete quality assurance. The company also engineers many of its fabrics from the yarn up, meaning performance is built-in and won't wash- or wear-out after repeated use.

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