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Nike Golf debuts Coolmax with Wool for natural comfort
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Jul '09
Nike Golf has created a new collection using Coolmax fabrics with Wool – an outstanding combination for climate-control properties and soft touch.

The benefits of using Coolmax fabric are in reducing the effect that the heat and humidity would have on the players performance. Coolmax is a high-tech fabric that helps to improve comfort and freshness for the players who wear it by moving perspiration away from the body towards the exterior of the fabric, where it evaporates quickly. This effect called “evaporative cooling” will help keep the wearers feel cool and comfortable, allowing them to concentrate on their game.

To meet the needs and demands of new and exciting fabric developments, ADVANSA has developed special fibres, which can be blended with wool. The result is lightweight and soft fabrics, which combine the warmth abilities and the natural touch of wool with the Coolmax comfort-control properties, keeping the wearer dry and providing outstanding wearing comfort.

Silvia Toledo of ADVANSA commented, “We are really excited that Nike Golf as pioneer of technical fabrics, has introduced garments made from Coolmax with wool, which feature in the current range and in the newly launched Fall 09 collection. This gives wearers a good opportunity to experience high-performance and natural comfort benefits. It offers unparalleled comfort with excellent climate-control properties.”

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