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'Grove' for this season
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Oct '09
For golfers looking for a high quality, long-sleeved polo shirt for added warmth on cool Autumn and Winter days, Glenmuir has introduced the new 'Grove' shirt to its luxury 1891 Collection for this season.

One of Europe's leading golf apparel brands, Scotland-based Glenmuir's long-standing reputation for producing outstanding polos continues with the 'Grove' - made from a super-soft, lustrous, double mercerised cotton yarn.

Other features in this top-of-the-range shirt include anti-curl collars, so golfers will always look smart, a self-colour horizontal stripe and Glenmuir's prestigious 1891 woven tab on the left side seam.

The 'Grove' is available in three contemporary colour choices - Black, Ice and Winter White - which co-ordinate with the company's three colour palettes across its Autumn/Winter 09 Collection: 'Black Jack', 'Autumn Fire' and 'Blue Tones'.

Glenmuir has also introduced three superb new short-sleeved polo shirts to its 1891 Collection for Autumn/Winter - the Formby, Tralee and Hillside.

All shirts sit alongside co-ordinating Pima and Supima cotton knitwear and Merino, Lamora and Scottish Cashmere knitwear to create a stunning luxury golfwear range.

The mercerising process used in the manufacture of the 'Grove' shirt – and the six other Mens Luxury Shirts in the Glenmuir 1891 Collection – adds lustre and vibrancy to the fine cotton yarn, creating a soft, luxurious drape and delivering the ultimate in look and feel.

Glenmuir Ltd


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