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Divots adds lightweight wind garments to 2010 spring collection
23
Nov '09
Divots Sportswear, the oldest private golf apparel company in the country, announces the addition of a new range of lightweight wind garments to its 2010 Spring Collection.

Branded as Div-Quip, the new outerwear line includes the Zephyr, a full-zip microfiber jacket, and the Breeze, a half-sleeve pullover wind shield. Both offer the ultimate in styling, comfort and noise-free range of motion.

Divots's President Robert Friedman said, "the new wind garment line for 2010 is state of the art for technical outerwear. It has been created as the ultimate in ultra-soft, virtually silent featherlight apparel."

The Zephyr wind jacket by Divots has a soft, lightweight microfiber feel and classic satin look, offering maximum wind protection and a rustle-free swing. The jacket comes with a full-zip front, detachable sleeves at the shoulder, concealed zip side pockets, Velcro cuffs and Teflon protection for water resistancy.

The innovative micro-woven fabric of Divot's new Breeze half-sleeve wind shield makes it virually silent during the golf swing. Design highlights include shock cord hem, Velcro side-adjusters and Teflon coating protecting the golfer from wind and showers.

Divots Sportswear is the oldest private golf apparel company in the U.S. For 34 years it has been recognized for providing quality men's and lady's golf apparel and consummate customer service to green-grass golf shops, golf outings, corporate functions and special events.

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